Picture this – we make hundreds, if not millions, of micro-decisions every day – from what to focus our energy on, to how to respond to an email, to what to eat for lunch. You could easily argue that becoming a better (and swifter) decision-maker would be the fastest route to improving your daily productivity.
I had the opportunity to speak to the students at International Technological University about their job search strategies, there were a few points that I thought I would share with you in case you are looking or a structred and fun way to approach your job search. You see, there are many factors that contribute to a … Continue reading
We’re called Generation Y: people born between 1978 and 1994, and we’re rapidly climbing the business ladder. As more and more of us rise to entry level management positions, it’s increasingly important for upper management to understand how we young managers think in order to keep our interest in the organization. I speak from the … Continue reading
I thought this might help those of you out there looking at brand and mission perspective. My good friend Danielle Leslie posted this on the Youtern blog back in April. It was just too juicy not to share. Before we continue investing our valuable time crafting, manicuring, and fine-tuning our online personae, we should ask … Continue reading
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Last month, Erica Goldson graduated as valedictorian of Coxsackie-Athens High School. Instead of using her graduation speech to celebrate the triumph of her victory, the school, and the teachers that made it happen, she channeled her inner Ivan Illich and de-constructed the logic of a valedictorian and the whole educational system. I cannot even begin to tell … Continue reading