Gischeleman: "To Create With the Mind"
I composed this post without realizing it was Telework Week. Maybe I shouldn’t admit that, but what the hell… After commuting to office and studios for more than 20 years, I joined the ranks of teleworkers a year ago January. I promised myself (and others) that I would blog observations, but I think the year’s [...]
As someone who just went through a job search and remains grateful for the help offered by an amazing network of friends, colleagues and (not-quite) strangers, I eagerly jumped on the opportunity to join up with ”Help a PR Pro Out” (HAPPO) day. Arik Hanson asked me and several others in cities across the U.S. to become [...]
I have blogged already of the importance of having a network in place even when you are not actively seeking work. Another thought that has crossed my mind frequently is the actual makeup of a network. Every person has his or her role, no matter how many people make up the network. I actually see [...]
Inbound marketing? What the heck does that have to do with the job market? Well, first a quick definition of inbound marketing from the Hubspot blog, in a post by Rick Burnes: Inbound Marketers flip outbound marketing on its head. Instead of interrupting people with television ads, they create videos that potential customers want to see. [...]
As you may have gathered from my recent post, I am making a career transition- ok, I’m looking for a job, sound better? The process of the search has changed a lot since 2001/2002, the last time I left one job without immediately having another to go to. I don’t necessarily think these differences are due to [...]