Category: Careers/Skills Development
Authenticity isn’t about telling the truth as much as owning it. Diane Arbus once said, “A photograph is a secret about a secret. The more it tells you the less you know.” Two years ago my sister sent me an old photograph that contained a myriad of secrets. The picture is shot in Hot Springs, […]
When you were younger, you may have had Clooney-like swagger. You would walk into a room like a rock star and make things happen. You knew who you were; and told yourself you could do anything. Then, it all changed. – Even if you lost it, you can raise self-esteem and get your swagger back today. Here’s How:
To remain relevant at any age, craft a signature story where you play the superhero. Here’s how to be positively unforgettable and create an instant connection in situations where you are being interviewed, seeking a promotion, trying to win business, win donations, or get on a board…
Branding doesn’t happen just by deciding it’s a good idea. There’s a lot of work to do… So why should you bother? Here’s why: To know who you are and be valued for it, to attract what you want, to inspire confidence, to walk your path with integrity, and to distinguish yourself in whatever field you have chosen.
What we think we are isn’t always what others perceive. How are your colleagues and peers branding you? Does it match up to how you want to be perceived? Robin Fisher Roffer’s new series of articles will help you rediscover and declare your unique talents and abilities so you can increase your influence and effectiveness at work. It’s about being seen for who you are and exactly what you do better than anyone else, and not letting others define you.
If you are ready to refine or invent your career or avocation and rebuild and expand your financial stability, this thought provoking article by George Cappannelli, Co-Founder of AgeNation, offers you some practical steps and some honest inspiration for the road ahead. And that’s only the beginning…
Michael Gelb explores some of Thomas Edison’s keys to your career success… If you want to cultivate all aspects of your human potential then Leonardo da Vinci would be an ideal figure to emulate. The supreme example of a “Renaissance Man”, Leonardo was probably the most creative and well-rounded person who ever lived. But, if you’re primarily interested in achieving your most important and ambitious goals then there’s probably no better role model than Thomas Edison, history’s greatest achiever and practical innovator.
As a Reinvention Specialist, Robin Fisher Roffer asks if you are ready for career success?
Building and maintaining an effective team according to George Cappannelli is not easy, but it is essential, especially in these times…