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The month of march lets you know that Spring is upon us. We cover this week five strategies to land a promotion at work, twelve questions to ask your future employer, Twenty Six Tips for Improving Your Social Media Marketing, Five Powerful Exercises to Increase Your Mental Strength, Four Reasons Why You (Yes, You!) Should Be Publishing on LinkedIn and more. Dont forget to react and contact us via social media. Matter of fact, share our content, don’t be selfish!
Getting promoted isn’t about who’s been there the longest. It’s more about who is most valuable. Here’s how to make yourself stand out . Read more here
Trying new things can be fun and refreshing, for both you and your audience. In this article I’ll share 26 ways, an A-Z guide, to improve your social media efforts via SME
Job interview prep is often focused on nailing the questions your future employer will ask you, and delivering the best answer. Usually that means running through your answer to, “What’s your greatest weakness?” over and over in the mirror.
If summer’s the most overrated season of the year (which it is, we all know this
), then it stands to reason that winter would be the most underrated
season, right? Right?
Of course, it is. The problem with winter isn’t the snow, subzero temps, or bone-chilling winds — it’s everybody’s lousy attitude and predisposed belief that the season just inherently sucks. They won’t shut up about it.
Building mental strength is about regulating your emotions, managing your thoughts, and behaving in a positive manner, despite your circumstances. Mental strength involves more than just willpower; it requires hard work and commitment. Growing stronger requires you to establish healthy habits, while also giving up the unhealthy habits that could hold you back from becoming better via HuffingtonPost
LinkedIn has always been a powerful tool for job seekers
. You can put your experience out there for the world (read: recruiters) to view, you can see who in your network might be able to connect you to your dream company, and you can also keep track of industry trends and insights from thought leaders through the LinkedIn Influencer program.
I’m just going to present the 60 rules, along with my quick personal thoughts on each rule.
Of course, not everyone will be able to follow each rule all of the time. However, the more you follow these “rules,” the better your financial situation will become via The Simple Dollar
DO understand what factors are tied to compensation. Your salary is based upon three things: 1) the company’s ability to attract talent, 2) the company’s ability to retain talent, and 3) the company’s ability to pay.
Ian Cleary, the founder of RazorSocial, a marketing tech blog focused on social media tools, explores content curation, why it’s valuable and tools that make the discovery of new content easy. You’ll discover what content curation is, why it’s important and how to find and share relevant content via SME
Rise and grind… The dream is free but the hustle sold separately
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