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  21 Ways To Make A Name For Yourself
by Robin Fisher Roffer - Jan, 2014
What does it take to create a high performance career that gains steam, rather than peters out? Read on. My company Big Fish Marketing turned 21 this year, and I couldn’t be prouder of my business and the brands we’ve built. In honor of our anniversary, I’ve made a list of the major lessons I’ve learned from working with top executives at some of the world’s biggest brands. 1. Be curious. Do everything you can to u...
 
  High Tech Executive Job Search: Getting Back in the Game
by Paul Freiberger - Jan, 2014
The technology sector has been battered for the past few years. On a national scale, the American technology sector lost 245,600 jobs in 2009, according to the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics. Losses have hit each segment of the industry, but a closer look at the numbers reveals a great deal of localized inconsistency. For example, some states, including Massachusetts, Washington, Texas and California, did well even in mid...
 
  How To Sell Your Ideas Like Don Draper
by Robin Fisher Roffer - Jan, 2014
Could playing small be what’s keeping you from winning big in business? Each time I sit down to watch an episode of Mad Men I’m drawn in by the power that Don Draper commands in a meeting. He knows that he’s got the right idea. His cocksure pitch blankets the client in confidence. With total faith, they believe that the campaign will work to increase sales and build their personal reputations as genius decision makers. And...
 
  How to Write a Graduate School Resume
by Paul Freiberger - Jan, 2014
Prepare your graduate school resume (some call it a graduate school CV) once you've decided to expand your knowledge and skills by earning a Master's Degree or PhD. This is a key part of the grad school application process; it is not the same type of resume used for job applications. The school will want to make sure that you can handle the advanced lessons and courses. Your graduate school resume, or CV, helps make your c...
 
  Making Your Resume Case for a Perfect Career
by Paul Freiberger - Jan, 2014
What does a lawyer’s resume look like? In most respects, an attorney's resume is no different from an executive resume or any other six-figure resume of any other professional. It should clearly outline your accomplishments, experience, education and skills. It should look crisp and contemporary. It should be quickly digestible, so that the reader can appraise the basics of your qualifications in a few seconds. It should be gu...
 
  Salary Negotiation Advice: Timing is Everything When Negotiating the Best Deal
by Paul Freiberger - Jan, 2014
Salary negotiation: when should you do it? To every thing, there is a season. The aphorism applies to matters both great and small and there is a right time and a wrong time for even the most mundane act. If Ecclesiastes were written today, this nugget of wisdom might be expressed differently, but it is not too great a stretch to apply it to the stages of the job search, including negotiating your salary and negotiating you...
 
  The New Reality Of The Adult Student
by Robin Fisher Roffer - Jan, 2014
With fewer opportunities for advancement, 60% of Americans are considering going back to school. Should you? Last week during my monthly touch-up, my hairstylist announced that he was going back to school. George was excited about transferring his talent for making people beautiful into a new career as a plastic surgeon. His plan is to work his way through school over the next seven years. I was completely inspired by Georg...
 
  Unmotivated? Burned Out? Stuck?
by Robin Fisher Roffer - Jan, 2014
Answering these questions will help you come back to yourself so you can finally move forward. Over the summer I had the privilege of spending a week in Atlanta, the city where I started my professional life. I thought about all the jobs I held there in my 20’s: stints in fashion and music, and promotion director posts at a pop radio station, alternative newspaper and finally at TNT, where I made a name for myself in the c...
 
  Technology and Networking
by Kalindi Garvin - Jan, 2014
Today we’re going to talk about how technology like social media can enhance your networking. We’ve also included a few sample networking scripts to help you reach out to the networking contacts you identified in our last post. Hopefully these scripts will make it easier to take the first step in connecting with others. Technology and Networking Social media can also be effective for helping you achieve your net...
 
  The 14 Top Tips To Land a New Job in 2014
by Michelle Dumas - Jan, 2014
2014 will be the Year of the Employee. As the economy recovers, more employees will move on to new and better opportunities. It may be the time for you to land a job you want. Tip #1 – Face facts. Job search distractions include stress and anger for the mid-career unemployed. But, it is time to move on. Make a plan, keep it focused, and go to “work” every day to land a job. If you are looking for something new, pl...
 
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