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Ready, Places...& Action!

We are still making our way through the awesome-sauce book, Personal Branding for Dummies (A Wiley Brand). Grab yourself a drink, a snack, and your copy of the book and let’s talk COMMERCIALS! 669 more words

Personal Branding and Professional Writing

The modern, interconnected world has many perks, but sometimes I crave a simpler way of life: a world in which people don’t have to submit to online self-promotion to elevate their potential in the job market; a world wherein personal branding only exists for business empires, not individuals. 1,154 more words

Professional Writing

Hollywood Rewind

In his timelessly decorated
office, a Hollywood studio executive listens to a century’s worth of pitches
for movies he has already made…

A young man with incredible super… 838 more words

Short Story

Do you need startup help?

So I realize that some of you may be wondering how to start a startup.

I can’t exactly answer that question yet since the CeWiT event for later tonight was postponed until next month but I kind of wanted to give out a few resources that I’ve been using to understand how I need to go about the processes of getting my startup started. 345 more words

Business

What I learned during my first term as a PhD researcher

Embarking on a PhD can be daunting, yet the first term brings opportunities to make a strong start by establishing solid working processes for the months and years to come. 731 more words

PhD-ing 101

Pitching the Quintessential Elevator Pitch

Confession: I’d never heard the term “elevator pitch” until this week.  I must have been living in a cave (at least metaphorically).  But it’s what I suspected it might be: a sales pitch.  480 more words

Snippets Of Advice

Analogies: Your Best Friend

by Narmeen Iqbal & Robyn Hatcher

According to Dictionary.com, an analogy is: “a form of reasoning in which one thing is inferred to be similar to another thing in a certain respect, on the basis of the known similarity between the things in other respects… 554 more words