Tag Archives: business strategy
Passion: an intense desire or enthusiasm for something.
So you are out on your own, as a consultant or moonlighter or maybe as a new company owner. I’ve been there and here is what I’d advise: 1.YOU are the business plan: Write your business plan down and make projections; … Continue reading
Preparation for a job interview will give you confidence and help you sound knowledgeable and, well, prepared! Here are some things to think about as you get ready:
The jerks in this world will inevitably get their Karma. And we are not responsible for delivering it. (my BFF, Barb)
November is time to kick-start your career. Here are 5 things you can do to find a job (or improve the one you have) before the end of the year.
On pink ribbons: Breast cancer survivors had mixed reactions to my Friday post and for the defenders who point out we should be grateful for pink campaigns please know I love and respect women (and organizations) that support research and … Continue reading
Great people make other people feel great — and valued. What matters in business (and in life) is acknowledgement. Sincerely demonstrating gratitude is an effective business strategy because: Rewarding behaviors tends to increase those behaviors;
Here are three signs you are on the short list to get a pink slip and what to do about it. If this is you, you can turn it around. First wake up and smell the coffee! YOU HATE GOING … Continue reading
You probably know it but just in case, here are signs you have bad work habits and what to do about it. YOU NEVER GET ANYTHING DONE
Speaking as someone who is passionate and gets frustrated, angry, even grief-stricken (occasionally) at work I believe: emotions in the workplace = ineffective. Letting down your guard can seriously damage a career.