Michael Goldberg’s approach of making networking a “we” thing rather than a “me” thing is sure to put you at ease and encourage you to have a little fun with it!
After years of working in the political sphere and fighting for causes and candidates she believed in, Emilie realized that putting the same commitment into herself was the only way to sustain the go-go-go pace she was sprinting. The work she did on her own development and self-care formed the basis of BossedUp.
If thinking was the best way into a fulfilling career, you’d be a lot further along your journey by now. So instead of thinking it out, act it out.
When you’re focusing on your career, it’s natural to seek comfort from people who are encouraging and helpful. Whether you are a job seeker, aspiring leader, or you’re putting the focus on your professional development, secure the support of different people who can “stand in your corner.”
Like a hug, expressing appreciation typically feels good to both giver and receiver. In addition to making someone else’s day, showing gratitude packs a powerful punch of other benefits. Check out our suggestions for ways to say “thank you”.
When I reached out to Victoria to let her know we’d be publishing her letter, she replied with a couple of other ideas she wanted to share. I invite you all to try out these two suggestions and see how things shift in your job search.
Join Idealist Careers for a fun, dynamic personal branding webinar next week, presented by Courtney…
Before being a mom, I’d never thought that spending so much time on the playground could help my career.
Yeah, we know. Networking is one of the best ways to find a job. But what if you’re out and about, meeting and greeting, and still don’t have a job to show for it?