Self-awareness is a key trait to have. There are times however, when self-awareness crosses a line and becomes self-defeating.
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Generations can learn a lot from each other.
This blog is an excerpt from GovLoop’s recent industry perspective, Discovering Data in Today’s Government.
Whether or not you’re looking for a new job, it’s a good idea to keep building, strengthening and maintaining your professional network to help you improve your stature in your field and help you get more done by gaining access to more resources. In terms of a job search, many of the best jobs are… Read more »
If you are like me, you probably have suffered at some point from “advice overload.” Maybe you are confronted with a problem for which their appears to be no clear solution. Our first inkling is to go straight to the computer and type the question into the search bar. If you are on a job… Read more »
Photo Credit: Wikipedia I was recently invited by a friend to read, Blue Ocean Strategy: How To Create Uncontested Market Space And Make The Competition Irrelevant. The title makes the purpose of the book obvious. Rather than entering a market where margins are thin and competition is fierce, it is better to create a new… Read more »
Are you stuck in a dead end job? It’s ok. Most people face this situation at some point in their career. The job may have seemed rosy during the honeymoon period, but after time, you have come to realize that this job did not live up to your expectations. When you are in this situation… Read more »
As the holiday season arrives many job seekers make a bad decision – to lessen, or shut down all-together, their job search with the thought they’ll renew and resume their search in the new year. Bad decision! Why? A misunderstanding of how hiring happens. Many job seekers mistakenly believe that employers stop hiring during the… Read more »
Bah-Humbug. Not really, but when it comes to those holiday traditions… Spending money you don’t have, on presents you don’t want to buy, to travel to places you don’t want to go, on entertaining you don’t want to do. Spending time you don’t have, with people you don’t want to see, on holiday traditions you… Read more »
Scott Smith, Nick Papagiannis and I had the opportunity to kick off Social Media Week Chicago with a presentation titled “Content Marketing That Wins: Making Brands, Readers, AND Google Happy” to a packed house at Morningstar in Chicago. If you missed it, we’ve created a Storify for the event hashtag and embedded the livestream and… Read more »