“Is this useful?” That was a question posed by Joseph Goldstein in one of the meditations offered on 10% Happier. While he was referring to the thoughts and feelings that constantly tug at our focus and divert us from being present in our own lives, I would extend that question to the multitude of digital distractionsContinue reading “Is This Useful?”
How to build a powerful online brand that will get you noticed, grow your network, drive conversations and lead to opportunities. I wrote about social media and job search at AOL Jobs.
One of the most powerful tools in your job search arsenal is your social media presence. Sure, you’re probably on LinkedIn as well as Facebook, but what about Twitter, Google+, Instagram, Pinterest and more? While not every social platform may be right for you, it is important to understand the basics of how each oneContinue reading “Weekly Roundup: Get Social With Job Search”
Is the definitive book on job search still relevant in 2014? I wrote about Richard N. Bolles’ iconic book on job search and career change for AOL Jobs
Keep moving and follow these steps on your jobseeking journey. Here’s something I wrote for AOL jobs.
Conduct an expert job search from your smartphone. Here’s something I wrote for AOL Jobs about making your job search mobile first.
You say you hate to network? So did I. Not anymore. Here’s something I wrote for AOL Jobs about maximizing the networking experience.
Bill Hartnett: What a 10-Year-Old Teaches Me Every Day about Technology and Social Media Here’s something I wrote a few weeks back for David Berkowitz’s Marketers Studio marketing blog. If you are not already familiar with him or his work, he is an all-around awesome guy with an insatiable curiosity for gadgets, innovation and desserts.
One of my favorite books as a kid was The Five Chinese Brothers. I loved the story of five identical siblings who escaped a wrongful conviction and death sentence through smarts and special skills. However, my favorite part and the bit forever burned in my memory was the first brother who could swallow the sea.Continue reading “Swallowing the Ocean – The Case for Information Overload”
Today I visited the Hoboken Historical Museum for their excellent new exhibit I Belong: A History of Civic and Social Clubs in Hoboken. What was truly remarkable was how strong the need to belong to a group has been throughout the history of Hoboken. More than 250 groups have bonded together in the Mile SquareContinue reading “Belonging – Past, Present and Future”