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Wanted: Real, CREATIVE ways to cut commute costs. NOW.

9 June 2008

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I saw an email from Yahoo’s Hot Jobs career center just now and clicked hoping for some great advice on cutting my commute costs. Well, lets just say what I read was, um, more of the same: Take the bus Carpool Ride your bike Telecommute With oil predicted to hit $150/barrell in a month, and […]

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Developing a Network of Passive Seekers

6 May 2008

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I saw this plate the other day… A few days ago, I wrote about how hard it is for good, employed job seekers to search for new work while retaining anonymity. But what if a candidate is not really “looking”, but also wouldn’t pass up the right opportunity if it, well, fell in their lap…? […]

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Law of Attraction

10 January 2008

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Betty Mann reposted the following ad she found from The Long Tail blog post “For those of you who didn’t get Rock Band this Christmas” which requires linking both to TheLastMinute and AdGoodness. It’s a pretty funny ad, but you instantly… I mean INSTANTLY get what it’s saying… while you’re laughing about it. We (the […]

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Favorite Books of Utah Business Leaders

3 January 2008

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Connect Magazine recently put out their 2007 Reader’s Choice Awards. For many of the 25 people featured, they each listed an answer to the question: “Which book has had the greatest impact on your leadership style” I thought a compilation of their answers might be interesting: When page loads completely, the links below will take […]

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Re: Gen Y — ‘The Kids Are Alright’

27 December 2007

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Thanks to Shannon Seery Gude for twittering about a great read on Gen Y (aka “Millenials” or “iGen”) being really just the same as all other generations. Stephen Lynch writing at the NY Post got fed up with everyone complaining about the entitlement and know-it-all-ness of the globe’s next generation of leaders, movers and shakers, […]

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Calendar: Personal Branding Summit – Free Nov. 8 2007

6 November 2007

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Got a phone? Get registered for an incredible Personal Branding teleconference happening Thursday (two days from when I am writing this) and includes an incredible lineup of speakers from all over the world. This conference is FREE, but you must register, and then get on the phone during the section you want to learn. From […]

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Calendar: Guy Kawasaki Speaking in Utah November 1st, 2007

10 September 2007

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I noticed in my Connect email this morning that Guy Kawasaki will be speaking in Utah (brief autobiography) on November 1st, 2007 (). He will be speaking on business, and it’s expected that he reveal everything unknown in the known universe… or, at lease a few cool things about How to Innovate and Change the […]

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Clock Building, Not Time-Telling

21 August 2007

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Relevant to my post last week about things to change in the Recruiting industry, I am reminded of a concept in “Good to Great” and “Built to Last” discussing how to build greatness that lasts: Clock Building, Not Time-Telling Of course, it sounds simple on the surface (all good philosophical phrases are) but their implications […]

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How to get hired… in Second Life

7 July 2007

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Cory Edo of Electric Sheep company tells us how an artist should go about getting hired (if they wish) full-time in Second Life, the raging virtual world becoming quickly part of our own world. “You’re ready to make the jump. You want to work in SL full time doing what you love – building, texturing, […]

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Bozofication Alive and Well: Utah Companies Will Pay for Stupidity

27 June 2007

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UPDATE: Please leave comments about BOZO things you have experienced at your or other companies! Anonymous submissions OK I hate to say it, but I am seeing some of the most foolish and downright stupid things coming from Utah companies these days. These things may not be approaching the Yee-Haw ‘Bozofication’ problems that Guy Kawasaki […]

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