When I was fresh out of Harvard College, one of my earliest jobs was as a Research Analyst for a management consulting firm. In those days that was both sexy (read more...)
You already know that as a freelancer you’re asked to do the work that on-staff people can’t or won’t do—the impossible assignments, in record time, completed with the grace of (read more...)
Teaching for free can help you get everything from client leads and public speaking experience to a MacArthur Fellowship and having every parent in the world love you. Our guest poster, Will Bachman, explains how to get started with uber practical advice.
Within seconds of handing out my business card to Joel, he pointed to our logo and uttered, “I really like that”. Yet, it threw him off-guard when I added, “I (read more...)
I recently attended the blandly titled “Writing and Publishing for Business and Professional Development” presentation at the New York City Bar. It could have more accurately been called: The Ultimate Networking Secret Especially If You Hate Networking. The panelists offered the best networking advice that I have heard since I have started paying attention to networking advice.
In 2008, revenues were falling precipitously at a 75-person multinational public relations agency as clients pulled back on their PR efforts in the face of the oncoming economic crisis. Amy (read more...)