You’ve done it. You’ve landed your first ‘real’ job and are itching to start climbing your way up the corporate ladder. But, this is only half the battle. Now you need to be prepared to step into that office and shine in your new role.
In order to line yourself...
If you've worked through parts 1 , 2 , and 3 of this series, then you have a Pinterest board that contains:
Your dream office
A collection of hobbies,skills, and interests that shape your unique value proposition
A collection of quotes that shape your personal brand’s mission statement.
In copywriting land, we...
Work in my pajamas and take calls in bed? Sounds amazing!
There are many advantages to being able to telecommute. Imagine saving both time and money while also having the ability to wake up right before you need to start working. No longer will you spill hot coffee in your...
You’re not alone if you waste hours on Facebook each month with very little to show for the time you put in. Likes are nice and all, but they don’t really count as anything useful. Such a pity — those cat photos I just posted were quite popular.
Being thrust into the real world while finishing up college and heading to the workforce is a pretty daunting experience, but there are definitely some ways to make things easier. Acquiring some skill sets to help further yourself in the workplace, as well as just help you out in...
You’ve gotten into the CEO mindset. You’ve nailed your Unique Value Proposition. Now it’s time to create a mission statement for your personal brand.
According to the Entrepreneur.com Small Business Encyclopedia, a mission statement is:
“ A sentence describing a company's function, markets and competitive advantages; a short written statement of...