Posts Tagged ‘development’

Give Freely and Give Often

At a social media/marketing conference a few years back, I listened to a guy tell us to “Give Freely and Give Often.” He continued that there are no trade secrets. He wanted us to throw all secrets out the window and to instead, be engaging. And how are you engaging? By connecting and sharing. So…

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The Infamous Kayak Tri (Really Should be “Try”)

I was speaking with my sister this week who said I needed to blog about my latest endeavor to prove I can do something. Even if I didn’t do it that well. What we were talking about is the Wisconsin Dells Riverfest Triatholon: Kayak, Run, Bike. I’m not wearing a wetsuit and getting kicked in…

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Do Well at Your Job

Hiring managers want one thing from a prospect – someone who loves their current job and doesn’t want to leave. In fact, the more that person doesn’t want to leave, the more the hiring manager wants them to fill THEIR position. But it’s not just a fact of loving your job – you actually have…

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Too Many Cooks in the Kitchen

We’ve all been there – you are working on a project you thought was yours, but then your boss got involved, and he brought in a person from another department, and they brought their coordinator, who has an intern…..and they all have different ideas on how this project should run. So how do you get…

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