Thanks to October 2007 Contributors

By Scot Herrick | Cube Rules Commentary

Nov 08

I’m running a little late, but thanks to the October, 2007, contributors to the site — your comments and/or articles help support cubicle warriors in the workplace:

Anita Bruzzese of 45 things. What a great blog with superior insights for those of us who work in cubes.

Andrew of Great Management. Andrew and I have had a virtual and real conversation across the “pond” between Washington State and the United Kingdom. He has great insight and perspective.

Barbara Safani of Career Solvers. I subscribe to Barbara’s blog because she has consistently good advice. Her posts on The 30-second Resume Test simply rock.

Adam Salamon of Adam Salamon. Adam writes about Gen Y and Personal Branding. As I noted to one who asked which blogs I subscribe to and why, I said that of all the “Gen Y” blogs out there, Adam has the clearest voice, the most rational reasoning, and contributes to the conversation about career management for all of us.

Sarah Dillon of the Naked Translator. Sarah’s a freelance translator, living and working in London. And she has great pictures from one of my favorite cities — Dublin, Ireland, while she is Translating in Dublin’s Fair City.

The Labour Market Information Blog writes about resources, links, analysis and articles concerning career management and labour market issues. Yes, it’s true — Cube Rules is read in about 35 different countries because 40-million of us work in cubes on Corporate Earth.

Jennifer Mannion of Heal Pain Naturally stopped by as part of Successful Blog’s second anniversary celebration to wish my wife and I a great wedding anniversary — which both happened to be on October 24th.

Rebecca Thorman of Modite, a blog focused on what I call career management for Gen Y. Rebecca writes about a lot that I agree with — and a lot I don’t. It’s a great conversation and we learn from each other.

And, of course, some of you will see comments by “Wife” with no URL to search for as if she has no Internet presence. Ah, no. Here are a couple: The Successful and Outstanding Relationship and her career site aptly named Kate Herrick. She is wonderful.

Thanks for the contributions; they are really appreciated.

  • Hi Scott,

    I’ve just listened to our conversation. It was brilliant – some great tips to share. Thank you.

    I’ve also just interviewed John Kotter, so I can’t wait to finish the audio product. I am on track for early Jan.

    All the best.


  • Scot Herrick says:

    Thanks, Andrew — it was a lot of fun.

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