Posts tagged "job"

Creatively Procrastinating

Creatively Procrastinating
This is always the most uncomfortable part of the job search – waiting. Staying patient while continuing to not only apply to positions, but after scheduling networking sessions (both large and small), doing whatever follow-ups are needed…has always been a challenge to me. So I spend most of my time doing research, which means reading... Read more »

To Temp Or Not To Temp.....

To Temp Or Not To Temp.....
This has been a relatively lively week – my current freelance work for a local business development agency¬†has expanded, including some grant writing/research work and consultation on their Facebook pages. However, I did lose a major corporate assignment, which leads me to ponder one question in my job search…. To Temp or Not To Temp... Read more »

I'm just a guy who needs a job ...

http://www.flickr.com/photos/india-nepal-iran/203982474/ Been having some struggles over this blog.  On one hand, I really do feel bad if I’m not getting up 2-3 posts a week in here, but I also feel that nobody wants to read me blithering about random stuff.  One of the reasons I’ve set up “regular features” is to have something to... Read more »
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Not just for newbies ...

When I first received Emily Bennington and Skip Lineberg’s Effective Immediately: How to Fit In, Stand Out, and Move Up at Your First Real Job, I figured “what could there be in here for me?” … after all I’m a seasoned professional, right?  I even joked that I’d be getting some funny looks reading it... Read more »

More reading: a baker's dozen links ...

http://www.flickr.com/photos/genealogyphotos/ / CC BY 2.0 Odd how this week went … as previously reported, I had all my networking events stacked up in one 27 hour period this week … and, as far as came across my radar, there weren’t other events that I was missing (at least, other free or nearly free events …... Read more »

Looking for WORK instead of a JOB ...

A site that I’ve been active on for a few years is LibraryThing.com, and they have a feature where publishers can offer review copies to members, these being doled out depending on how they fit with one’s library on the site.  In the October batch of this “Early Reviewer” program, I got a copy of... Read more »
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