Category —
Guest Posts

Reputation: More Important Than Brand

Written by Paul on October 30th, 2008

This is a guest post by Thursday Bram, a freelance journalist currently located in Laurel, MD.

As you’ve built your business, you’ve put a lot of effort into building a brand. You have a logo, a website, and a business card establishing who you are and what you do. But there is one thing more important than your brand: your reputation. With a poor reputation, putting more work into your brand just isn’t worth the time.

Warren Buffett understands the importance of …

Assassinate your inner autopilot

Written by Paul on August 5th, 2008

This is a guest post by Diana D. Jarvis, a single professional currently located in Metro Atlanta, GA.

When we’re in a miserable situation, the logical thing to do is to get out of it, right?  So why do many of us stay in jobs we despise?  Or maybe you have a friend who drives you crazy complaining about his job while making excuses for not sending out his resume.  Why not do something about it already?

In a word: energy.

Dragging yourself …

6 Tips to Nailing Your First Job Interview

Written by Paul on July 11th, 2008

This is a guest post by Aman Bagga, a single 20-something located in Cleveland, OH.

So you’re finally here. After 4 years of tailgating, beer pong and skipping class you’ve decided to join the working ranks. Congratulations! Now all you have to do is nail that job interview and get your first REAL job. Wait, isn’t there a 7-year plan?

Skip the Quarter Life Crisis: 5 Tips on Finding Your Second Job

Written by Paul on June 24th, 2008

This is a guest post by Aman Bagga, a single 20-something located in Cleveland, OH.

Okay, so you’ve been out of college for a few years and you’ve realized your first job isn’t exactly what you expected (see: making spreadsheets). Don’t worry! Before you hit the quarter life crisis, you can follow a few simple steps to make sure you get yourself back on track.

  1. Have a Plan. Alright, this sounds really simple. It is. The hardest part is finding the motivation

Explore Results Junkies