Job seeking has changed a lot over the past few years. Gone are the days of waiting for the Sunday newspaper to scour the job section for new opportunities.
The King David Award ceremony was held at the U.S. Capitol on May 3rd. Past honorees have included such luminaries as Ronald Reagan, Margaret Thatcher, Dr, Henry Kissinger, Rudy Guliani, Kirk Douglas, Steven Speilberg, Alan Dershowitz, and many other industry leaders and philanthropists.
In today’s highly competitive world of article writing, everyone is looking for the best platform to have their work viewed, discussed and shared. So, I decided to perform a simple test on two of the largest professional network blogging platforms.
If you do not have a powerful and visible personal brand you are putting yourself at a disadvantage in almost every aspect of your professional, business and personal life.
I admit it: I was Ph.D. program dropout. And apparently, a lot of other people are dropouts, too.
Building on my own personal success, I share with you the 13 tips that will help make your live buzzes on beBee a big success for you and help you build your personal brand and business.
Please enjoy this video where I discuss the re-invention of the camera store and photography business I operated for 28 years and my new role as US CEO of the new social media platform, beBee.com – and why personal branding is a crucial part of being successful in today’s connected world.
If you are running a photo retail store, I don’t have to tell you 2016 was a difficult year for photo retailers. If natural disasters killing camera production and supply wasn’t bad enough, we had Amazon adding same-day delivery to major markets—trying to compete directly with the instant gratification one gets from buying locally.
Communicating in an entertaining and informative way is key to making it all work. So in “Profit from Education III,” we’ll look at the 15 steps necessary to effectively market your education program and turn that classroom into a profit maker.
Still, there are unreached numbers and distant quotas. What could be done now–just a few weeks before the year ends–to seal the deal, or maybe even to put these deals in a better position for 2017?