B’s Best Blog Posts of 2013
This year has featured some articles, that have inspired, motivated, and intrigued professionals from across the country. I’m so proud of these articles that I’ve compiled a Best of 2013 list, just for you!
Take a look back with me – you just may find some useful advice or information you didn’t notice the first time.
Back when I was a recruiter, many CEOs told me they were looking for “hunger” in a sales rep or sales leader. I prefer to use the word “eager” as the ideal, and “desperate” as the more extreme version of hungry. If you are wading through candidates to fill your current vacancy, you will probably more »
Which approach is better for projects and important tasks? Do you prefer moving fast and focusing on bottom-line results or moving slowly and meticulously checking everything as you go? If you have multiple projects going is the bottom line what matters most or is the process the key indicator of your success. Find out your more »
Whether you are at home job hunting, working remotely a few days per week or working full time from your home office, there are definite “best practices” when it comes to being productive from home. Teach yourself to ignore domestic duties. While you may have “rules” that have served you in life prior to working more »
Do you have a friend or loved one who is stuck in a dead-end relationship, in a horrible job or living a life far beneath their potential? Perhaps you wish this person would just wake-up, realize that they have the power to change their life, and then start living a much better one? Sometimes we can more »
Sometimes we over-complicate simple tasks with expectations that the setting must be perfect to accomplish the task at hand. While it’s nice to take time away to reflect and plan ahead it’s not always possible. Much can be accomplished from stopping your work and taking 20 minutes to complete an exercise that sharpens and aligns your focus. Click more »