Once in a while you run across a blog post that needed to be written. Jason Morwick, who is an author and writes for The Virtual Leader blog, put together a post advising readers on how to get a work-from-home professional job.
Monthly Archives: April 2014
About 3 weeks ago, I was laid off from my position due to company restructuring. I’m not gonna lie. The initial blow was painful. I’m still making a valiant effort to get back on my feet, but the job hunt has been unexpectedly fruitful. Some of it is luck and a lot of it was […]
I gave a presentation recently and brought up the idea of networking at a funeral. What? Networking at a funeral?? That seems like the most awful, insensitive, unprofessional, and terrible idea ever, doesn’t it? Maybe.
Tue, April 15 2014 » Uncategorized » No Comments
I wrote a blog last month on Taking an Axe to Distraction. In that post, I talk about how some Indiana companies are restructuring what productivity is. This post ties productivity into the creative process. Many customers see the creative process’s end result. The fact is the creative process is not a spur of artistic […]
Tue, April 8 2014 » Self Development » No Comments
If you’re looking for work or if you’re trying to hire someone, you’ll often come across the words “requirements.” I’d like to argue that this doesn’t really mean what you think it means.