Monthly Archives: August 2007

Aug 27

Personal Branding is About Doing

By Scot Herrick | Job Performance

One of the great themes out in the blogosphere right now is called Personal Branding. Personal Branding says, in essence, that each of us have a personal brand that is being associated with ourselves whether we like it or not and we should work on developing our own brand. It’s a worthwhile exercise to do. […]

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Aug 16

4 Tips for Evaluating Knowledge Tools

By Scot Herrick | Job Performance

Blogs, especially technology blogs, are filled with the latest, greatest implementation of stuff. No different then snake oil curing everything under the sun in the old days, today’s tools will claim to make your life better. Until the next innovation is announced tomorrow, making your current tool obsolete. For those of us technology-minded folks, we […]

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Aug 14

Overcoming Dying in a Cubicle

By Scot Herrick | Job Search

One of the most interesting articles I’ve read in a long time was Pamela Slim’s “If you are stuck in a cube and dying to get out, what does it specifically feel like?” over on Escape From Cubicle Nation. She’s writing a book on moving out of corporate life to having your own business and […]

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Aug 03

Unconventional Networking Tips

By Scot Herrick | Business Networking

When you think of networking, what do you think you should be doing? Many think of handing out business cards, meeting and greeting others, or doing a convention thing. But, really, networking is all about helping people by doing something for them yourself or putting them in touch with someone who can help them. Jason […]

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