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Bring the beat back 022

If one was to look back to October 2014, one would see many gaps, many days where I publish no post to my blog. These can be explained that I was working many hours those days and was not able to publish before the day was over. 69 more words

Tautology

7 Assumptions Recruiters Make About You Based On Your Resume

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As a former corporate recruiter, I’ve seen thousands of resumes. And let me tell it to you honestly from this side of the table: Sometimes as my peers look at the vast pile of applicants in front of them, they make snap judgments based on what they read. 1,105 more words

GENERAL POSTS / ARTICLES

I Was Going To Write About Procrastination, But ........................

….. no, I didn’t put it off. Or not too much!

Fast company and others in pursuit of the ever more efficient worker who can get more and more done in less and less time (without seeming to suffer any undue stress) are fond of writing articles with simple tips for overcoming procrastination, like this one; 391 more words

Life

WHY I BASED MY TECH COMPANY IN THE MIDDLE OF IOWA

BY MATT RIZAI for FAST COMPANY

With the Iowa caucuses in full swing today, the national media is busy broadcasting stock images of farmland dotted with grain silos. 445 more words

Biotech & Agriculture

Inside The Growing Social Media Skills Gap - FastCompany

BY RYAN HOLMES

On February 4, 2004, a handful of Harvard students logged onto a newly launched website called thefacebook.com. Just a dozen years later, … 1,161 more words

Social

Read yourself better

The importance of reading in an age of digital screens. Yes I see the irony of writing this blog post on my phone in bed at 11pm. 397 more words

Business

Social Confusion

by Roger Pynn

As social media companies struggle to figure out a sustainable business model, this word from Fast Company that Twitter may be treating its “most valuable” users to an ad-free environment adds to the perception that media companies are wandering in search of a “promised land” rather than sticking to their knitting. 86 more words

Roger Pynn