Category Archives: Networking

Stand Out

Wherever you are in your career or job search, be thinking, what makes me interesting? What will set me apart from other qualified candidates? Some HR people call it your personal brand. I call it, “What makes you special?” –PHIL … Continue reading

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Innovators

I am the type of person-if I want something, I’m just going to go and get it. I don’t know how I’m going to find it, but I’m going to learn. I didn’t know how to be visible to the … Continue reading

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Building a Foundation

I take a long term approach to all partnerships. For example, I’ve been talking to one technology platform for two years, and we finally closed a deal. I’ve established a trusting relationship with them over the years, and when it … Continue reading

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Concise Words

Never ramble… I am very choiceful with words. It’s no more than three to five sentences. Because if you’re in a room with 500 people and you say something smart and concise, you may may get 300 people following you … Continue reading

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40 Minutes or Less

This might be controversial, but we got rid of our Zoom subscription. The free version works fine- and in fact, it actually forces us to keep all meetings under 40 minutes. You will be amazed how much more efficient you … Continue reading

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