Yesterday my interview with Twooting.com about using Twitter for job searching aired via an internet stream. Many people listen to internet radio and sites like Live360.com provide listeners with a way to find cool radio stations.
When’s the last time you truly made a mess? When’s the last time you failed at something? Having trouble thinking of something?
Your challenge today is to think about how you shake hands. I know, you’re thinking, oh brother, she must be hard up for a post.
I’m not an early adopter of technology. Left to my own devices, I’d probably still have a rotary phone. Many social media people are early adopters and I’m grateful to them.
Do you know your greatest strengths and weaknesses? Have you written these down so you can really think about what you have to offer the people around you?
My friend asked me to review her online presence. She is new to the job market so I started by looking at her resume.
I consider myself moderately savvy when it comes to social media. Several months ago, I went to check my name online to see what potential employers would find.
What the heck is twitter? Twitter is a way to talk and listen to a variety of people online. Think of it as a cocktail party.
To love what you do and feel that it matters, how could anything else be more fun? Katherine Graham
What would it take for you to be joyfully jobless?
A few years ago, standard advice for a job seeker would have included: get a degree or spiff up your resume.