Since so many people have “I will do more networking this year” on their New Year’s resolutions lists, I had to share this: Here is an example of something I categorize as “leveraging the useless.” I’m also including my explanation
A leave behind list is something I usually start over Thanksgiving weekend. It includes all the things I would like to leave behind at the end of the year so I can start the next one with a clean slate.
“Thank You Notes 101” is the title I decided to give this blog post because it’s better for SEO, but I really wanted to name it “Why Bother With Thank You Notes” or “Thank You Notes and then some…” I
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My #10 and final tip for 2010? Read this blog post titled, “20 LinkedIn Case Studies for Personal Branding” from Kyle Lacy. I spotted it on the Personal Branding Blog. I’m grateful that Kyle culled these stories and saved me
As tough as things have been for most of us these past few years (we’re definitely included in this), I feel that I have so much for which to be grateful this Thanksgiving and now just need to know to
I consider attending networking events to be my volunteer, or “community service” time each month and my goal is always to make it easy for people to ask for the help they need. Why? Here are five reasons: 1) You
If you’re a business owner (big or small), and didn’t know you could create a Company Profile on LinkedIn, I’m here to tell you you can and it’s time! You don’t have to be a Fortune 500 or even Inc.
Here’s a link to one of the locations where my “What NOT Do at a Networking Event” blog post appeared. Thanks for being a conscientious networker! 🙂 p.s. Here’s another link from when it appeared as a column on WomenEntrepreuer.com.
Due to popular demand, I’ve made time slots available during September and October for my 50-4-50 offer. As you may recall, earlier this summer, for 2 days out of each week, I started offering friends of friends and professional contacts
Keeping up with the rise of social media, both personally as well as professionally, has clearly created stress for some people, but for many of us it has created loads of new consulting and job opportunities that never even existed