Category Archives: careers

Why You Should Always Be Interviewing….


As A Company of One, you owe it to yourself (and your stakeholders) to be on the look out for opportunities to advance your career, expand your industry or professional knowledge or create awareness for yourself and your professional brand. If … Continue reading

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Climbing a Mountain….


Not sure why I needed to come here today, only know that I did. Perhaps I needed to get away, get above the crazy, busy world and just be… So i climbed. Its really not that far of a walk, … Continue reading

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“NetLearning” Your Way To A Whole New Network….


NETWORKING – 1): the exchange of information or services among individuals, groups, or institutions; specifically : the cultivation of productive relationships for employment or business. (Merriam-Websters) It’s a simple, straight forward definition and in a perfect world, I’d say it … Continue reading

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“LinkedIn – More Than Just a Profile”


“This post was originally written for the Technology Association of Georgia – Human Resources group”,  but thought I’d share it here at home, cause it’s another career marketing tool that if used the right way, can lead to great things, and if … Continue reading

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You Never Know Unless You Try….


Recently, I arranged for my oldest son to participate in a 2 day “SEAL Camp” at Sealfit in Encinitas, CA.  It’s a crucible event, designed to test those who feel they have what it takes to be one of the absolute … Continue reading

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