Cath Andrews — September 4, 2019 — September 4, 2019 Admit it. You’ve fantasized about firing your boss and gaining the personal freedom to do what you want. You may have a great boss. Constructive. Encouraging. He may even pay you well. He’s still your boss though. You’re working for him, on his terms and … Continue reading Personal Freedom: Get Ready to Fire Your Boss!
Dave Brock — August 26, 2019 Follow @davidabrock — August 26, 2019 There’s a lot of discussion about how important it is for sales people to “build their personal brands.” I’ve written about this topic several times before, even using the same title before. But it’s a topic, as much as I wish would go … Continue reading Building Your Personal Brand — Again
New Factual survey shows the complex state of consumer attitudes toward personal and location data privacy. Greg Sterling on August 21, 2019 There are an increasing number of surveys about data privacy — now coming almost weekly. These studies help gauge consumer sentiment but are typically fairly abstract. By contrast, privacy and data sharing are … Continue reading Consumers believe brands benefit more from personal data sharing than they do
Rachel Sword — August 14, 2019 — August 14, 2019 markusspiske / Pixabay With more people than ever before turning to the Internet as a way to connect with others, blogs are becoming more popular. Many blog authors write as a way to educate other professionals in their field and meet like-minded thought leaders. Other … Continue reading How to Reap Professional Benefits from a Personal Blog
Darleen DeRosa — May 22, 2019 Follow @onpoint_llc — May 22, 2019 Nobody is perfect. Sooner or later, even the best leaders experience a setback. Whether they made a mistake or proved unable to handle an unexpected challenge, all leaders must learn to develop personal resilience to overcome disappointments and failures. More importantly, they must … Continue reading Why Personal Resilience Can Make You a Better Leader
Arik Hanson — April 28, 2019 — April 28, 2019 Over the last week, I’ve spoke to two college classes about one hot topic: Personal branding. More specifically, how college seniors about to enter the workforce can build, nurture and sustain an effective personal brand online (photo credit below: Mark Jenson, professor, Hubbard School of … Continue reading Social Media Personal Branding Advice for the Class of 2019
Personal Branding Blog — April 19, 2019 — April 19, 2019 Today it’s all about great visual content and videos online, and publishing stories on Instagram is just one way an audience can better get to know a brand. In order to attract new followers for your business it is important to branch out and … Continue reading Get More Followers for Your Personal Brand with Instagram Stories
Gixo Puts Personal Trainers at Your Fingertips Brad Anderson / 01 Apr 2019 How a Personal Fitness App Is Aiming to Revolutionize Workouts By now, you’ve probably heard that America has an obesity problem. While gym memberships have increased by 30 percent in the past 10 years, proximity to a facility can make all the … Continue reading Gixo Puts Personal Trainers at Your Fingertips
Melissa Ingold — March 23, 2019 Follow @timefreedombiz — March 23, 2019 rawpixel / Pixabay What’s that you say? You’re having a tough enough time getting comfy with the idea of outsourcing specific workloads, and the prospect of hiring a personal assistant makes you cringe? I hear that, lovely. As entrepreneurs, we’re typically self-reliant, hard-working … Continue reading Do YOU Need to Hire a Personal Assistant for Your Business?
Steven Handmaker — March 1, 2019 Follow @handmaker — March 1, 2019 Robert Half, a global staffing firm, recently reported that 12 percent of workers say they would quit their job because they don’t feel appreciated. These days organizations are looking for new ways to stand-out and even more ways to retain their current high … Continue reading Getting Personal: How to Personalize Employee Recognition