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S6 E6 - How to get a good job - Full

Courage to Fight Again

19:30 min | Last month

S6 E6 - How to get a good job - Full

"You know nothing is easy. I mean not a single thing in life is easy. Sometimes it might feel easy and then you realize wait. There's more to this than meets the eye so to speak and it ends up not be easy so let me give a little background so i am getting some work done at my house and i'll just be honest with you. It is some really cool work. I am getting a bucket list. Item checked off and we are getting pool. Installed sounds awesome. It also sounds expensive. It is both. It is both awesome and expensive. But here's the thing. They were digging the pool today or digging the hole for the pool right and everything was going fine except going a little slow because where we live there a lot of rocks in the ground. It just took him longer than it. Typically would i guess but it was. It was going fine until they hit a sewer line. And then i'm like man. You know it the. They've obviously hit sewer lines before so that wasn't the big deal but the big deal was now. I've got to get a plumber out here. And now i've got to go through the process of not just getting out here. Hope and pray that i get an honest plumber that they are going to not Fleece me so to speak and not going to just take me for all. I'm worth because they know. I need this work done. And i'm like man. This is just another thing that's going on and my wife has been sick for a while and we've been dealing with that and the kids are in school and my daughter was sick at school. Had to go pick her up today and there are so many things in life can seem really really hard. Sometimes and let's be honest it is you know. So that's what i mean by. Nothing is easy but when it comes to what. I want to talk about today how to get a good job after the military honestly sometimes it is really easy and sometimes it's not hey. My name is aaron perkins. I'm a us army combat veteran. Binned daddy to my to amazing kiddos author of resolve a book which is a step by step guide for you the veteran to rediscover purpose meaning and passion and your post military life and if you hadn't guessed and the host of this podcast this podcast since i fail to introduce it at the very beginning is called we served now. What an on this show. I do my very best to answer the questions that veterans and their families are already asking and today as you just heard me mention. I'm talking about how to get a good job after the military. Because i put out a poll of sorts and a few facebook groups. That are full of veterans in a said. Hey what are some things you like me to talk about. Or what specifically would you like to talk about and tadpole on the next episode of the show and this is the one that the people have demanded so to speak so this is it how to get a good job. And here's the thing. Your mileage may vary. I'm going to give you a few pointers few strategies. You can use but every person you run into that has found that quote unquote good job. Probably have a different version of this story. So first of all you have to do the important work of determining what to you constitutes a good job. What is it good job. Think about that for a second. What is a good job is a good job. Something that pays really well or is it something that allows you a lot of flexibility or does it have a great work environment or is it the type of worker the industry you're in or is it all of those things you know. Is it a government job or is it a private sector job what what is a good job to you. And so here's the thing you have to figure out what it is you want to do. And a lot of times your passion in life or your experience in the things you already enjoy doing. What kind of guide you toward the type of work. You would consider to be a good job so if you're interested in let's say plumbing for example maybe that would be a good idea for you and again please. Don't take this as my recommendation. This is only a suggestion of an idea right. I'm not saying if you like plumbing that you should go be a plumber. I'm not saying that at all but it is an indicator like. Hey maybe that's something that would be a good job for me or maybe like electric and you would want to go being electricity. Maybe like cybersecurity. Like i do and you want to go to the cyber security field. You know there's a lot of things. I mean literally countless things. You could consider a good job. Maybe you want to go work at a convenience store. I don't know what you consider a good job. What you want to do is completely different. From what i want to do. Or what my kids want to do or what your kids want to do or any one else. No one is going to be able to tell you what you want to do. And no one is going to be able to define that for you and to say hey. Here's what you should be doing as a job. So here's the thing. There are a lot of different tools available that can help you kind of narrowed down that job field for you. Do you want to work at a company. That is focused on only on making a difference. You know a nonprofit type or are you wanting to work at a company. That is focused on making money and also making a difference right so he. Here's the thing. Let me just a just a side note here. Just because company is focused on making money does not mean. They are not making a difference. It might be a good difference in my bad difference positive or negative difference but they are making a difference right and again. I don't want to go too far down that road. But that's not what this show is about. This episode is about today. But what i want to say here is that you are the only one who can define that that. What is that good job for you. Okay so back to what. I was saying tools available. There are several tools available. Personality assessments. things that can help you determine what you are kind of set up for They're also tools. You can find online that you can just google i. This was my mls and you know this is the these are the jobs that might be in line with my mos had in the military. Now i will say this about those emma west to job translators. Most of them are pretty much garbage. That just being really honest. I mean they like i'll put in my intel. Mos they'll be like. Hey you should go drive a garbage truck you know. I think that there are a lot of tools. You can use so use a variety of tools so resolve that i just mentioned at the top of the show is a book i wrote and that book takes you through the process of rediscovering purpose but in part of that process is identifying your skill. Set your personality what you are naturally good at what you are naturally drawn to. What sparked that fire in you and helps you develop that one year two year five year ten year plan so you can move in the direction that you want to go now. Here's the thing when it comes to getting a good job right. You have to consider your phase of life if you're seventy five years old and you want to be a medical doctor. Chances are that are that is not going to happen. If you are a twenty year old who has you know. Been really good at golf your entire life. You played varsity golf when you were in high school. You are just about to get out of the military. You've played golf as much as you can. While you were in and could you possibly get a scholarship to go play golf. Go become a professional golfer. You know maybe so. I mean who knows if that's something you're passionate about. Maybe there's something you should pursue. He you consider being a professional golfer a good job but for those of us who are not those professional athletes right. Who have to you know more or less clock. In and clock out every day those definitions of what a good job is can probably be narrowed down more to the things. We're good at and the things we're interested in. Now i want to say here too is just because you don't have a skill in something does not mean you can never do that. I'm going to say that again. Just because you do not have a skill in one area or another does not mean. You can never do that. Thing i'll relate a story from a one of my jobs that i've had we were looking for a person and again i'm not going into the details of who this was or what positions was looking for a person to hire and as we're looking saw candidates who were just top of the line really really great skill wise. They knew what they were doing. They had the skills that the company needed. And then we had other candidates were a really good fit from the personality side of things and guess what we hard. The candidates that had the personality that met our criteria and criteria is probably long term. But that met our culture that matched our culture because for our company the culture was far more important than the skill because we can teach skills. We can teach anybody skills as long as you have that attitude and that aptitude to learn it we can definitely teach you the skills so just because you don't have the skills does not mean you will never have them if there's something you're interested in doing and you think that would be a good job. Then go for it. Go do that next. I want to share a couple of things with you. That are just again. Take them as suggestions. These are just some practical tips for those of you. Who either have never done this or you're not sure about the importance of it. Once you figure out once you determine for yourself what a good job is what you identify as a good job create a linked in profile. I know i know you might not think he linked in profile is important. You might think. Hey man i'm going to go do some blue collar work and i'm going to you know i want to go. You know. cut down trees for a living but I don't need a linked in profile. Well it's not going to hurt anything and the truth is maybe you don't but again i would still recommend you to create a linked in profile because you never know the connections you will make on there and you never know the connections. You will need in the future. I highly recommend you create lincoln in profile. And frankly i highly recommend you a lincoln profile before you even determine what a quote unquote good job is for you. Just get the process started. It takes five minutes or maybe ten minutes if that get started and get your information on there also if you don't have one already develop a resume and if you've never done a resume. There are a ton of resume services. Don't go paying a ton of money for someone to develop resume for you. You're gonna waste your money. get someone that you know. Who has a pretty good idea of who you are to look over your resume man. All you know how to write a resume. Your resume is basically just the things you've done in a little bit about you and your experience okay. Your experience education your military service again google. It look it up. You can find a ton of different examples of what a decent resume looks like and again. I don't have time in this show. Go into all the details of what your resume needs to contain. Maybe that'll be a show in the future. Or who knows but right now. I'm just saying you need to develop a resume because just about every job not every job but just about every job is going to require you to have a resume and so if you want to apply online dark sure fill out your application upload your resume or just links to your linked in profile so we can check you out there again. Cradling profile develop a resume resume or you just need some help. I am more than happy to help you with that. Drop me a line at podcast at courage to fight again dot com and put in the subject line resume. Help and i'll do everything i can to help you with. That and truth be told. If i get enough of those request we will put together a another complete episode on developing a resume. You might be a specific podcast episode but we can meet together. Virtually socially distance on a zoom. Call or something to where. I can just walk you through developing a resume and again i've been on the outside so to speak of the military for a few years. Now got out in two thousand fourteen. It's twenty twenty one. And so i've got some experience. Not only developing resumes but in helping others develop their resumes as well again. I'm not selling you anything. I'm just offering you the help if you want to. Draw me line at podcast. Courage to fight again dot com and again. If we get enough people interested then we can schedule a separate call where can walk through it with you altogether. Okay another thing. I would recommend again. I know said. Don't take these recommendations okay. Another suggestion i would make create an indeed profile an upload your resume their indeed dot com upload your resume their so that way people who are searching for candidates with your skillset can find you. Okay you say hey. This is what i'm interested in. Here's my resume. This is my experience that and those hiring managers those recruiters who are looking for people like you can find you on indeed so if you want work for the federal government however you're gonna need to create a usa jobs account and explore that and frankly creating a usa jobs account and applying to federal jobs could take hours to go into all of the details of that and the number of keywords. You need and how those need to be structured in the way the resume needs to be worded and how you need to apply and all of that. I'm just hitting the highlights of the steps. You need to take on this particular episode. So what was it five six steps. Maybe let's do a quick recap you need to figure out you need to determine what constitutes a good job to you is it. Money flexibility work environment type of work. The industry are going to be in. No one is going to tell you that. No one is going to be able to tell you what you want to do. You have to determine that for your life you have to consider your phase of life but you also need to create a linked in profile and this is regardless of your phase of life. Credit linked in profile develop a resume. And as i mentioned if you don't know how are you need some help with drop me a line at podcast kurds fighting dot com. And i will do my best to help you with that. Create an indeed profile is the next thing you need to do upload your resume their and again if you want to work for the federal government create a usa jobs account and explore that or here we are almost at twenty minutes and i have barely scratched the surface of what it takes to get a good job in fact it was just talking to a friend of mine. The other day Last night in fact and He has a great job He's had great jobs ever since he left the military. And a lot of those have been timing. A lot of those have been Just who he has known people he has met and things just fell into place for him but doesn't always come that easily in fact it rarely comes that easily a lot of times. What you're going to find about getting a good job as you're going to have to put some work in toward developing some relationships with people who can view when they say. Hey i know someone who knows how to install acoustic panels. And i know i could call because i know they are good at that. I know they've done that before i know. I've seen their lincoln profile their resume or i worked with them at one point so again there are so many different directions. You could go with a good job. And what constitutes a good job for you but you're the only one who can decide that easy but hopefully this has answered your question of how to get a good job. Look we all have a lot of questions but the most important question that we can ask ourselves is this have. I accepted the forgiveness of sins. That only comes through faith in. Jesus christ thanks for listening. We'll see next time.

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ASP's Favorite Things

Advanced Selling Podcast

09:47 min | 2 months ago

ASP's Favorite Things

"This is the advanced selling. Podcast list of tools gear people and things you need to be following things you need to have in the bag so analysts tools that we recommend people that we follow books that we read or listen to anything else. This is going to be a quick rapid. Here's they are not a lot of depth into them but you can go research them on your own but we get asked all the time. So what books do you read. What podcast you listen to what tools you use. Well we're going to tell you that in this episode. That's what we're going to do. So it's gonna be like a list big list and then you can go check them out and hopefully someone's gov a great tool. Thank you for telling me that. So these are in no order than no order. I've got him in order. Yes you want to put them in order now. That'll that'll take agree. So because i've got some. I've got some tools. Some software some gear some gear stuff than calling people. I follow so also kinda start. You bet software app that everybody needs to have on their chrome as an extension as crystal knows c. r. y. s. T. a. l. k. w. ws s. Crystal knows it's a preparation tool for any conversation. You have with someone. It essentially looks at their lincoln profile. Organizes there that information at finds into a disc profile which is a really easy to understand personality profile better than that though. It teaches you how to talk to them. That has a conversation coach. Based on what. I'm going to be talking to the person about and the modality that i'm gonna use to talk to them so basically says i need to email bill to make a good first impression and it gives you a little sound bytes based on bills linked in profile. And it's amazing. Everybody should use crystal nose. Crm s keynote abuse by the way none of these people were affiliated with right right. There's no need advertiser huge talked about talked about four and it's good good My first one is rev dot com read on com. Rav a dictation service Let's imagine you leave a meeting and you want to dictate A follow up email. You will describe your phone. Open up the revs. Aft- dictated now. You can do the same thing with siri but ravitch's really reliable Person on the. There's a human being you're actually dictates. Transcribes it if it's longer form it's probably better like if you wanted to Dictate an article or you think. There's a really good idea for an article you can dictate. Let them do it. And then come back and modify edited. But i think it's a great time saver it's about a buck and a quarter a minute so it's pretty reasonable. Chances are you're not going to have really long things you're going to be doing in there. But dot com is one of my favorite tools. Love it my next one. That i doubt a lot. Same deal no affiliation whatsoever. Huge fan of gong dot com. Many of you have heard of that. Were power users here at our firm and it is such a useful tool for coaching and for self evaluation of Sales conversation and you get data back from gung dot com. That talks about things you should and shouldn't do in the sales process. All based on data and artificial intelligence is fantastic. Gung dot com Recommend any sales leader listening to this to go check them out against affiliation with podcast so de fan big fan Might second one is A twenty dollar tripod. That i cannot all in on We're going to start doing some youtube shorts. I don't know if you're familiar with youtube shorts but They're all vertical. You see them on the shelf underneath your main youtube feed. So if you're on your mobile you'll start to see these. You're kind of wondering what they are. They're called shorts and they're less than a minute and but they have to be vertical. So you can do a short for youtube and also repurpose it on instagram. Or or one of the other verticals sites. But you need. You need a tripod. if you're going to do any kind of stuff like that. I think the days of holding it for certain things but if you're going to produce something that you want hundreds of thousands of people to see i think you need some kind of stable base for your found Tripods are easy amazing. How many how few people have them. Twenty dollar version is not a floor. Length just sits on your desk and it's really makes a real easy to record. I love twenty bucks on amazon twenty bucks amazon bills amazon link kidding okay. Here's i'm gonna go to people follow. I've got three people. One of them's kind of one of them comes as a package deal. I guys get him. David meltzer david meltzer. We've had David on the podcast Was a big time big time. Sports agent Unfortunately lost a an enormous amount of money and that incident actually changed his life the he would say for the better and he is one of the most giving talented Gracious humble smart intelligent coaches. You could follow if you don't follow david meltzer's shame on you. You'll find him anywhere online on instagram. He does free. Coaching sessions every friday every friday. He's doing something and just a really really great Human being everyone who listens to this show should follow david meltzer. Also i've never been on one of his Friday morning calls if you have i have. Yeah they're just they're just outstanding just outstanding he's so giving and he doesn't for free and they're usually maxed out because people love what he says to do. He just great fan. That's good. I've got one to follow here. His name is peter crone. Cro n e. You know peter. I don't yeah. I didn't either until i saw him on Saw him interviewed by aubrey. Marcus who owns on it. He founded the company called on its online and nutrition company but aubrey has a podcast. And it's one of those things you like. I don't ever heard of peter cronin. I'm not gonna listen to that. I'm gonna go with some. i thought. Well what the hell. Maybe i'll learn something and this guy is really good. He's a performance coach. Lives in england. just look up anything he does because he talks about the mindset and the mentalities at a whole different level than you and i are talking about him but i think you'll like him. Peter crown zero. Lots of lots podcast. That's the best thing about doing this drills get to learn all this stuff to see. Yeah i'm making a lot of notes. Bill my hand on my whiteboard over k next to follow for me as a married couple Very very successful married couple in great just human beings. My opinion jesse. It's ler and sara blakely sara blakely founded spanks. Oh yeah one of the most successful self made women in the world and jesse it's ler is also self made is in a He has a a thing called life. Resumes all about experiences. He's an ultra marathoner and those two together are comedic dual like no other. And they're they've got four little kids if you don't follow them on instagram. You need to follow both of them. They're just hilarious. They put out great content. Very inspiring people talk about them being like a billionaire couple. That seems just absolutely normal and down to earth. Because i think they are jesse it's slur. It and sara blakely follow them. Didn't jesse it's ler do some kind of a like a training challenge or something. He did went on. He does a cold plunge challenge. He's gone back. Hof is a guy on wim hof place for a cold you know. He's got to go plug lunch exactly but he does it. Lots of things around performance great. Yeah he just did a fifteen minute fifteen incline fifteen minute challenge put your treadmill at fifteen incline and run for fifteen minutes and see how far you can get. Wow at like last week while it's crazy. Yeah so yeah. I've heard of him. I don't follow him. that's good. that's good let's see Here's a book. That i sound really good especially for sales professionals who are looking to build their brand their personal brand. And the guy's name is chris. Ducker the rise of the new twra. Noor line entrepreneur new partner. It's been out for a couple of years. Might have heard of it. But chris i follow. Chris have been do a little bit of coaching with him. And he's really. His book is really good when it comes to building your personal brand Not like you're not like being a enter an instagram influence or in your in your brand in your business that you're in how do you portray yourself. How do you talk about yourself. It's really good. It's really good and it. It'll stretch you thomas. The book will stretch you. It's called the rise of the poor. Chris tucker. I would recommend that book. The book i'm going to recommend is a great life book but it will transfer into your sales life and one of my favorite books. I listen to this book. Called the book of joy and it's an interview with the dalai lama am bishop desmond. Tutu diamond desmond tutu. And they are both very very joyful people and have had lots of pain in their lives and they're interviewed by a reporter. Who just as a brilliant job. Just pulling out their life stories together intertwining it. And they talk about the difference between happiness and joy and fulfillment and It's a really really good heart opening a book. I found that will absolutely have you show up differently in sales life. The book of joy with desmond tutu the dalai

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An Apple/Hyundai Car?

Techmeme Ride Home

03:29 min | 4 months ago

An Apple/Hyundai Car?

"Hundai has confirmed that it is in early discussions with apple on collaborating to develop a self driving car. But in case you're jumping ahead to apple may be buying hyundai or anything like that. This seems to be just a partnership right now and also hyundai says apple is talking to several carmakers about a bunch of things right now so quoting. Cnbc we understand. That apple is in discussions with a variety of global automakers including hyundai motor as the discussion is at its early stage. Nothing has been decided a representative from honda motor told. Cnbc's cherry king. The statement followed a local report from the korean economic daily. That said apple suggested the tie up and honda motor was reviewing the terms. The report said both electric vehicle production as well as battery development were included in the proposal. And that the car could potentially be released in two thousand twenty. Seven apple declined to comment on the report and quote at the exact same time in bloomberg mark. Gurman has a piece up saying yes. Apple is developing an autonomous electric vehicle. But the timeline for release. His sources say is five to seven years. Also this quote a key. Differentiator would be apple's ability to integrate. Its driving system a pricey initiative that has spurred the company to develop its own software sensor hardware chip technologies. The goal is to let a user input their destination and be driven there with little or no other engagement. According to the people familiar with the project apple doesn't manufacture its own products and it will likely take the same approach with a vehicle. It's unclear which company would assemble the car. Though in its first attempt about five years ago apple worked with engineers from magna international a major auto industry contract manufacturer apple has continued to investigate building. It's self driving car system for third party car partners rather than its own vehicle the people said and it could ultimately again abandoned. Its own car. Efforts in favor of this approach in assign it has now rebooted development of a vehicle apple in recent months shifted in executive known for his work on vehicle interiors and exteriors to its car team in twenty nine thousand nine apple hired former tesla engineering. Vice president steve macmanus but he initially worked on projects unrelated to the car. Now mcmanus leads a development. Group was several employees focused on car interiors fabrics car testing and vehicle manufacturing people with knowledge of the matter said he reports doug field a former top tesla vehicle engineer. Who runs the apple car project. Day to day apple also recently hired jonathan seve a vehicle engineer from bmw ag tesla and alphabets as a senior manager on the car projects in two thousand nineteen apple. Tapped michael schwer kuch tesla's former vice president in charge of drive systems adding to a growing list of former tesla employees working on the vehicle effort late in two thousand twenty apple also hired another former tesla vice president stuart bowers. According to a person familiar with the move. He led tesla's self driving technology team until mid two thousand nineteen and was an executive in residence at venture. Capital firm grey lag partners until july. According to his lincoln profile apples car team is filled with dozens of other x tesla hardware and self driving car. Engineers in total apple has several hundred engineers working on the project with most of them developing the self driving car system rather than the full fledged vehicle and

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Does Your Message Pass The T-Shirt Test?

Trent365

01:27 min | 4 months ago

Does Your Message Pass The T-Shirt Test?

"A lovely chat the other day to beverly spencer now. If you don't know who beverly's i'll put a link to her lincoln profile. I guess in the comments below babe is the conference connoisseur. Which kind of tells you what she does and as we're speaking. I'm realizing that she's got these lovely little messages and phrases within the overarching message that she's trying to deliver and to me. The ultimate test of those little mini messages. If you like is can you distill them down to just a couple of words or even a phrase or even a couple of images that would work on a t shirt because that says to me that your message is now is clear enough and is obvious enough for anybody to absorb with a click of a finger with just a quick glance because these days we just we get distracted easily. There's so much noise out there. We have limited attention spans. So if you can. If you've got some k messages in your business in your brand think about how you can distill those down to just a few words or phrase or an image. That would actually work on t shirt to me. That's the ultimate taste. now. Of course. I'm old school. Some of those out there. That are a little bit younger than me. Might say we are do the same thing with my instagram post instagram images. That's true but to me t shirts or the way to go. Can you fit your message on a shirt. If you can aric and you're on the right track. What are you

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Cy Wakeman Is Paying It Forward

Hacking Your Leadership

01:23 min | 11 months ago

Cy Wakeman Is Paying It Forward

"On this episode. I WANNA recognize Cy Wakeman. Size of drama researcher International Speaker on Leadership Management a New York, times, bestselling author, a global thought leader in a podcasting peer host of the No Eagle podcast. Originally discovered cy from an article about leadership podcast and I did what I normally do. Walk the dogs and check out an episode. I really enjoyed size, honest and authentic advice. In a recent episode size spoke about resilience and I loved how she explained that resilience is a personal journey requiring a lot of self reflection, self, contemplation, self, self, self, and readiness is what the leaders of an organization are responsible for in other words, leaders are responsible for providing even plainfield filled with challenges and experiences that increase knowledge, push against complacency and require grit and perseverance. Everyone is responsible for themselves and can decide to navigate that field and stay committed to see themselves through it. Obviously leaders show them. There's a path and sometimes help to illuminated, but resilience is a result of that personal push. Want to better yourself every day. So I highly recommend checking outside content as she has tons of podcast in articles and posts, and all types of amazing leadership content have included the links to her Lincoln profile and podcast in the episode notes Great Job Cy in thanks for helping others to Hashtag, be a better leader.

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Becoming the Expert - Allan Langer

Daily Sales Tips

02:43 min | 11 months ago

Becoming the Expert - Allan Langer

"Today's tip comes from Allan Langer. Allen's the author of the seven secrets to selling more by selling less that he wrote as an antidote to the numerous pitch trainings and teachings that have existed for decades, but simply didn't produce the results he knew could be achieved here. He is hey everyone allan. Langer here from the seven Secrets Center for sales and marketing and. And here is my sales tip for you. I call it becoming the expert and what I mean by this is perception. Is Reality Okay? You have to be perceived as the expert in your field, whether you are not so with today's attention span I just looked at some statistics and the average attention span today for the average human being is seven seconds especially online, so if there's someone out there who has a problem and they? They are looking for someone to solve that problem with product or a service. They are going to look to see if you are an expert and you have seven seconds from your standpoint to show them that you are where they need to have the perception that you are the expert. Let me give you an example of what I mean. Let's say I. I mean the market for Lampshades, and I, met a networking function and there's. There's well. There's two lampshade guys in the room so I meet both of them I take both of their business cards, and then I'm gone from the networking function and a few days later I think Oh, boy, I need to order lampshades. I pick up both business cards and I look at one, and says Joe Smith Lampshade consultant, and then I look at the other business card, and it says Steve Smith Senior lampshade consultant. Well now I. Don't really remember either person, but I'm going to call the senior lampshade consultant. Why because right there I am perceiving Steve as more of an expert than Joe simply because of his title. Okay, so you need to take a step back and look through the eyes of your customer to how you're perceived. Website on your company's website. What your title is! How are you perceive in your Lincoln Profile? Are you perceived as an expert in your field as an expert in your product or your service, or are you perceived as just another sales rep the perception right now. You have that seven seconds to have. Someone believed that you are the expert. Because once you do that, you'll have a much easier time getting in front of that customer. You'll have a much easier time selling that customer, because really you need to believe you're the expert as well, but the perception has to be there, and that has to be from the customer's standpoint. Okay, so that's my tip. Become the expert, the customer has to perceive you as the expert. And if they do, you'll have a much better time closing the

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"lincoln profile" Discussed on The Gerry Callahan Podcast

The Gerry Callahan Podcast

08:26 min | 1 year ago

"lincoln profile" Discussed on The Gerry Callahan Podcast

"Them are elderly or obese. We can protect them. We can do our best but there will be casualties. Have to be just the full to think. We have to wait until there's a plan where everybody lives. That's just idiotic I mean. Can we stop with that? Can we just get back to reality at some point? I did this. I tweeted this Graffeo imagined it early and I didn't. I made a mistake but anyway in Massachusetts. The deaths are overwhelmingly among people over seventy overwhelmingly of the majority in nursing homes. So we have these we know. Who's at risk so we have a targeted solution targeted virus in his targeting old people? So we target the solution. You don't quarantine the healthy to protect the sick one person under forty out of one hundred thousand one hundred thousand one has died. I believe the total is fourteen total but of each one hundred thousand adults a one hundred thousand citizens. One under forty as died and people were on twitter. Santa can't believe this won't be. It's been the case for a month that we knew that sow work that we knew it wasn't killing kids wasn't killing people remers age. Why don't we all agree that people your age can go? Do One thing you can go out. You don't do live your life. And the people over sixty or seventy or whatever number? We decide said they can't. I'm totally in favor of that. As long as we have testing and place. So if I'm mildly symptomatic or even as symptomatic I can get test no what I have and don't have because the thing is jerry. If I'm young I'm not only interacting with other twentysomethings. I'm interacting with older people. People would not say one more frick time you're not interacting with any old people. They're not out there. You're acting with you on a week. I'm born line you know. Give me a few years and I'll be blocked away too but for now. Let's hope vaccine by then but for you know what? I'm GONNA do today. I'm going to go for run without a mask michaels. To be the first one arrested in Boston running without publicity for the podcast. I'm all for it because now the make up for you not Being the lead at the rally like for you should have been Kunar at the Callahan is an a lister. Jeff Koons I said it yesterday. I didn't WANNA be around crowds of people without masks old fat people. There were lots of them. And I'd said I want to outdistance no reason we couldn't kept their distance and bickers for the show or something to do. You do anything to promote the show while you were there videotape. The crowd tweeted it out and I talked about it yesterday. It's more than you've done it. Four months day. I've nonsense talk for months ways. What have you done? Give me one stunt. You pulled in four months stock. We've been locked up here start. What can a stock on this show? We're going to like the the turmoil that goes on in the background of this show doesn't exist. I'm going I'm going for a jog without a mask. And by the way I said this early the governor actually expressly said that you need a mask if you're running like running by people that is but he also makes it harder but he also said last week that like if you're running at five thirty in the morning he thinks it's okay because nobody's out but if it's five thirty at night then yes it's like Confu. Listen Jerry I think if you run with a mask it's okay. I'm telling you I'm giving you. I have put her mission. Yes King of the panthers over there. have a math. So that's good. You don't have a mask. I have thing that you wear when you run in the winter. You know like covers your face and you have to get one though Jerry. 'cause it because when we do reopen it will be mandatory to wear a mask if you want to go to a restaurant eat. Stick it in. You knows what did you eat. Hannity showed us how to eat a hot dog with a mask on. You gotTa Wear Masks Ront. You know I'm going to do like that lady who went viral. I'm going to cut a hole in it to make it easier to breathe. Roemer go to your new job. You don't want to tell us about. I don't Wanna get ahead of myself. Is it a good job is just one of your usual little little freelance gigs? I've already said too much. I don't want to sit thing I've said too much. I WanNa get have myself. Do you know what he's doing though colony. I'm not doing work. Faculty changes in the Lincoln Profile. Gigs have a Boston magazine. Piece out later this week and interview with Boston's Health the Health Commissioner Jerry. I want to tell people not to read it not to buy. I love Heimer. I Hate Pasta. Magazine took those may they? They named Shirley Leon one of the most powerful people whatever most important people in the city. You know why 'cause she managed to harass the view of advertisers at e And and forced the I you know. Blow up their morning show so they give her credit for one of the most unethical things that I've ever seen journalism an editor calling advertisers and harassing them. I've always said to editor support in hand and Buster magazine saluted her screw them. Don't read it. Don't buy sorry Reims. You could sell some of your other gigs here. But not that. They're good people and terrible patients them grow week later. I will say. Don't read it if you see it. Somewhere to the south road in the trash highway can't go to the dentist anyway. So so there you go. That's just a 'cause Raymond thanks Jerry. Thank you. This was this was fun. We'll talk. It was funds fund argue with even though you brought one frigging line to the whole show hour and a half of repeating. How many deaths are enough? What do you think I'm a child like some HALF MORON ON CNN? How many deaths are enough? Let me give you a member. A seven hundred twenty five that I would just like to say. I want to reopen the economy safely. I don't WanNa do this again. I WANNA make sure we get it. I'm sure we have an attack going to be the worst news for people like you when we opened the economy and things go pretty well not gonna go perfectly but they go pretty well because we know who this is attack Algebra social score people and we don't care about either because the virus doesn't know how much money you make it does though Jerry if you're impoverished you are still going out and working with frontline jobs and Jimmy Dean your detached because you're more likely to have a hundred person you that's because of the behavior what you're right because if you have no money it's harder to eat healthy. It's impossible to get healthcare. If you're a job not cut medicaid sign up for for poor people. I'm aware of. It's where we take care of like no civilization don't you then get on Medicaid Dump Your Cobra Plan and I think I need it man But an implant not gonNa do this again. You know what I one person. That's how many people I would will sacrifice and I know who it is by the way it's Alex rebound humor so get lost all right thanks colony thank you to shake concrete. Thanks to my friends at allied paving. Can't wait for those guys can't wait to get back to work. They do great work it just itching to get back to work and Prince all back with them. I believe I believe with the prison says when. Come back stronger than ever. I'm not sure it's going to be you know next week. But at some point great American entrepreneurs and create American workers in the come roaring back. And it's going to be a wonderful thing to see people like Roemer and all the Democrats are gonNA eight see but it's going to happen. I really believe that anyway. Thank you to frenzy. See you thanks to everybody for listening and rating and reviewing. We really appreciate it. I'm Jerry Kelly. This is the Callahan podcast. Tuck you again among. Why am I stopping you? No one else stops. I don't I can I go home. Good Gerry Callahan podcast..

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"lincoln profile" Discussed on The Culture Soup Podcast

The Culture Soup Podcast

06:12 min | 1 year ago

"lincoln profile" Discussed on The Culture Soup Podcast

"And I just got off the line with a working mom who is looking for a job right now and she had not optimized for Lincoln profile and when I say optimize not being fancy in saying Oh gee need to know. Seo Now they're just simple things that you need to do to it to make sure that you stand out and that you can be found the first thing you need to think about your headline instead of saying student at North Texas U. T. unique to share. What problem you solve. And if you haven't given that some fi please do because that is your value proposition. That's what you can do to help. Companies that are out there. It is your prime real estate. Needs to communicate something that doesn't sound just like the person's profile they just left so I'll stop there for a second meal and see if he wanted to do well. Yeah you know. 'cause I think they love the fact that she's GonNa Start with a digital footprint. What we know is we live in a world where everyone's GonNa Google your name. And and that's what's GonNa whatever comes up is going to be what you what you create out there. No less a unfortunately some negative stuff. That may them up there. And that's what you want to prevent an and your love to hear you say well linked Dan come on. That's what's that GonNa do for me. I don't have anything to put on it. Just you know I wanna be a PR person. But all I've done is worked in at a restaurant and I have a part time job. What what should I put on there and I I it? Maybe we impact that right which shows they don't have a lot of journalism experience. Clearly they have experienced that I think is valuable to put on a Lincoln Profile. That has that have other values that lame to a workforce absolutely and. I hope that you weren't just going to school. And going back to your apartment or your dorm that you have engaged in the other extra curricular activities that are available to you whether it's the Maybe some club that you're in could be some professional organization. These are your opportunities to do more than school to actually try some things out but let me tell you something. You're in a great position. Here's another position because while these companies may be laying off. They still need people to work and they may not be paying top dollar for the job but an entry level position is probably at a premium right now because you don't cost as much as someone with twenty five years so let's get back to what you can put on your link. Din and your resume you put in there. Yeah this exactly the conversation. I'm having with my my class over at TCU. I teach writing and editing in strategic communications. And this has come up because we're actually working through putting together a real live resume and one student and asked me to do. I just put things in there. You know for the assignment that may or may not be true ignoble over. This isn't where you're starting. This should be real and this you can even go back to high school if you were in student government or you were in some club where you manage people or projects. That is fair game for your resume. The thing that you need to start out of the gate with CEO of Microsoft. It's just that's not who you are and you need to embrace where you are and know that there's value in it and know you have a mindset that a lot of people who've been working in the workforce for a while do not have agile and you are thinking in ways that people who've been in the workforce for awhile may not be thinking because you have a very different point of view so even if your resume or your linked in profile only has a couple of bullets. Here's what here's what I want you to do. Spend more time in the about section. Because that's where you're going to share what you're passionate about what you want to do what your aspirations are in those two bullet points in your experience are going to support it and your headline is going to tell the problem that you saw in the beautiful thing about Lincoln. Is that if you just put a profile out. Beer it's gonNA collect cyber just like anything would if it just sits there you have to be socially active which means that you need to be sharing things posting just like you went on facebook but different content. Okay the things that you aspire to be the things that reflect what you're thinking about as a professional and those topic areas that will be key to that next job. You get only wants you to post about three different topics this all. You really need to do for me. Is Tech Culture and business? Done leadership sits right in the middle of that. So if you go to Mine Lincoln Profile and you look at my post. You're going to find a common thread throughout all of my post and that is so that the people who find me understand exactly what I'm about in the the the test is going to be this. I said this to the mom that I was just coaching. When you finish with your linked in profile show it to a good friend. That doesn't hear industry. That doesn't know what you do. They don't know your major nothing like that. Tell them to read it and then ask them. What is it that I do? And if they can't respond with a crystal clear answer you still have work to doing a profile..

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Pay It Forward Friday: Lina Graves

Hacking Your Leadership

02:28 min | 1 year ago

Pay It Forward Friday: Lina Graves

"Hey everyone and welcome to another pay. It forward Friday episode where we highlight people that we feel are doing a great job of publishing leadership content resonates with us. We will include links to their work intact them on our post to make sure they know we appreciate them. This is our way to say. Thanks to other leaders and individuals that are having a positive impact on helping others become better leaders through sharing their thoughts opinions in ideas online for all to see and hear. Christine have wanted to use our platform to advocate for people passionate about leadership. Give our listeners as much content as possible to help sharpen their own skills through different perspectives and approaches. If you'd like us to check out anyone specific please tag them in the comments or send us a message with links their content on this episode. I WANNA recognize Lena. G Aka Lena Graves her Lincoln Profile States. That she is a chief. People officer culture revolutionized promoter of kindness and people Facia Nado after checking out her content. There's one very important and common theme that I found. Lena is all about culture which is why instantly found value for our loyal listeners. You Know Chris and I love to discuss what culture is and what culture isn't we even have our own culture acronym on how to change culture when it's not where it needs to be for those new to the show checkout episode seventy seven eighty three anyways. I love that Lena. Post videos from anywhere and everywhere. Hotel rooms a kitchen and office. It doesn't matter where she is. Lena Post great content when she feels the need to in a recent video. Lina said something that I very much appreciated. She was discussing culture and said and I quote. You can't say if I do. Abc in the next three months. Boom we have culture. Culture is a natural progression of feelings that the people in your organization learn their habits in the way that they communicate. I love that definition of culture in appreciate Lena for sharing her perspective here. I think it's really important to understand that we just throw around the word culture not realizing that it really and truly is the way in which people treat each other in any organization or on any team and that culture can be both positive and negative based upon those leading those teams and helping to facilitate fantastic relationships and to her point great communication. So I highly recommend you take a few minutes to check out. Lena's content as usual. The link to her page will be in our episode notes. Great Job Lena. And thanks for helping others to Hashtag be a better leader. Thanks for listening and let us know who else deserves some Kudos.

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AI Hiring, Never Retiring: Working in the 21st Century

WSJ The Future of Everything

09:22 min | 1 year ago

AI Hiring, Never Retiring: Working in the 21st Century

"Hunting for a new job is one of the resolutions. A lot of folks make starting off the year and many hiring managers have new budgets. And start ramping up recruiting after the holidays slowdown right now the way most people go through that processes not very different from how it was done in the past checking for job postings online sending and cover letters and resumes but with all the data out there about each one of us. What's the future of hiring gonNA look like reporter Hookah shellman found out? It's a New Year for many of us. Time to look for new job your update you're linked in scrappy social media. And then if all goes as well you get an interview hoping to make a first impression but turns out some companies already have very good impression of who you are the amount of information that people have on candidates before they actually arrive to the interview which can freak some people out because the idea of the for instance our digital footprints reputation could be processed and translated into an inside or an inference of your potential or talent more than than it is. Today is quite that creepy in a way. Tomas Chamorro premise is a professor of psychology Columbia University and the chief talent scientists that manpower group. He's not talking about programs. That pre filter resumes linked in for keyboards and skills. This goes much deeper artificial intelligence. This can be used to discern your personality through traces you leave online. And he says that our personalities embedded in almost anything we do for example apple the music that you listen to says a lot about your typical emotional states your personality your level of interest in different things your curiosity leveler intelligence level things like uber or lift ratings say a lot about how cordell agreeable friendly or pleasant you are basically. There's some is if you nice to driver you'll be nice to work with their already. Artificial intelligence based tools that can generate personality profiles from people's linked. It didn't in seconds. So why would we care. Tema says personality and cognitive abilities are becoming more important for employers compared to self-reported skills and work experiences. That's because companies keep changing their business models and they need employees. That could keep up. You really need to accept the fact that if a lot of the the jobs of the future don't exist today. The best thing we can do is not train people for specific hard skills or knowledge areas or expertise but identify if I whether they are likely to be good learners in the future and whether they're adoptable companies could of course use traditional personality. Test ask you might have heard of meyers brakes or disc or the big five you know choosing descriptions like people look up to me. I tend to be a kind person I accept live as it comes. Do you agree or disagree. These tests have been used for decades and most generally accepted as reliable measures of personalities now tech startups have developed algorithms that use artificial intelligence to create a personality analysis instantly without asking any questions like the company crystal analyzes. The words phrases and data points on someone's Lincoln profile and correlates with personality test results from people who have similar similar words phrases and data points. They used a bunch of the tests that we talked about another company. Humanistic used the disappointment and the big five. Both companies are using natural language processing tools. But do they work. We started by running mannix algorithm over Thomas Twitter feed this is you and this is based on your twitter so your analytical cautious deliberate and then we looked at Lincoln using the same companies tool so now you are influential energizing an impulsive in here. You were an analytical cautious and deliberate shortly so I would say more impulsive Paul Save than cautious and deliberate and the two are of the opposite extreme you know so same algorithm very different results for the thing. There is an element. amando throw everything against the wall and see what sticks here okay. So what does the other company crystal say about him. Based on his linked in this is one is better direct assertive and competitive. I think is better than court shows. Delivered speak very directly or bluntly yes stay. Stay focused on one point. Not necessarily I mean I'd like to jump from one to assert yourself with confidence definitely not as spent the last ten years in writing books on how we shouldn't mistake confidence for competent. So please don't assert yourself with confidence. There are trade-offs here right and I the thing that this doesn't seem as accurate as a traditional science based or validated assessment despite these inconsistencies Tomas still things. There's something here but other experts in the hiring field a less forgiving. There's no uh-huh science behind this. There's no real research that supports deriving personality from social media behavior. This is John Scott. He's he's an organizational psychologist bills assessment tools so companies can find the best possible hires. It's something that we can discuss it cocktail parties but I would would never in a million years attempt to derive someone's personality from that and then use that to make predictions beached out to crystalline. Human Tick Kris told told us that there are no independent studies but they're validate their tests internally. They say they ask every user how accurate the predictions are so when Iran Thomas Profile through crystal. The system asked me if it was accurate. She mandich said that the adjectives describing people's personalities in their reports are subjective objective that they could change on the fly and they said you can't judge the accuracy of the system by looking at one profile. They're also disputed. You did that. There are no vigorous. large-scale visas studies on the subject and pointed to a research article comparing computer judgments of personality to human judgments creating personality profiles with the help of. Ai Remains controversial. But John says that technology can help in a different way. He says one of the best ways to predict how well someone will do in a given job is to test them doing their job in a virtual reality simulator. How do you predict future behaviour? You create the future. You place the individual in that future and present them with a variety of challenges and see how they do against those challenges us so imagine instead of having an interview where you talk about how well you can do the job. The employer hands. You had said twenty of right into the deep end. You could take CNN applicant for a CEO save for a an energy company so one possible scenario is that they're holding strategy meeting and everybody in the room gets texts that there it has been a cyber attack on their nuclear plant. What are you going to do? How are you going to face that? And that's not just your stakeholders in your customers. It's the government that gets gets involved in that national security so you could set up a press conference have the individual present their ideas on how they're going to manage this John says this virtual virtual job simulation could be automatically scored by an algorithm just like video game. Technology could work for any job though you could see how you can scale back to new entry level jobs as well providing different sorts of challenges associated with their roles in immersive simulation kind of a way and and John says the tech wouldn't have to stop their companies could combine. The are based headsets with wearable technology. which could record a job? Candidates biometric metric data nervous and you hardest basing they had set would be able to detect that those sweaty palms registered eye contact measurable and all of that data about things citing stress. You feel will be used to assess how well you suited for the job. Since most of us have very control over our bodies we actions. This idea seems pretty controversial. A simple rule in my view is if the criteria or riveria bowls or fuck doors. You are trying to use for your decision whether to hire someone or not are completely out of somebody's control. It's probably not ethical. You get into areas where it may start to feel more like a medical test and you cannot use a medical test at the front door. For Selection election purposes an Illinois law takes effect this month requiring companies to notify job. Candidates may use AI based video interview tools And legislation mandating companies to inspect their algorithms for bias is under consideration in Congress so eventually lawsuits relations could put put the brakes on this new world of artificial intelligence and hiring

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"lincoln profile" Discussed on Shareable

Shareable

02:43 min | 2 years ago

"lincoln profile" Discussed on Shareable

"So actually put an effort to identify your target market, and to get in front of them, not to sell them but have conversation with them, so you can practice more, so you can have this conversation. Can see if there's a fitness there is, then you can produce you can close the deal, then you can have conversation to say you know, what it makes sense if we move forward now in between there, there's a lot of stuff when I think about linked in the first thing that people often have as something that holds them back is their profile. There. Lincoln profile looks like a closer. They look like Alec Baldwin in Glengarry. Glen Ross first prize is a trip to Aruba second prize steak knives. Third prize is you're fired always be closing. And that's how you how Allama sales people's profiles look because they're so used to bragging about their accomplishments. Now. The problem is, if you look at your buyers is not three your bosses is okay through your buyers is they see. Oh my gosh. This guy's the number one closer in the organization. I don't even wanna take a call from him because he's just going to try to close me and I don't know that I'm gonna be able to resist them because I'm a buyer and I'm not you. I don't like being sold and yucky. And yep. Earnt next, if there's any doubt doesn't happen, so you have to flip that over and think of your linked profile as a resource instead of resumes, a way to give value to people as a way to show who you are. And what matters to you so that you can go a little bit deeper, right? Share some of your values, I'm a navy veteran. I do not. I'll be just admit I don't do a good job of positioning that. But my heart is obsolete in those who serve and have served less than three percent of ever served. And I'm fortunate to be in that. And tomorrow, actually, I haven't event where I'm giving back to veterans. I'm going to help them leverage Lincoln on that, because they don't know how to sell the military beats into them that they are just a number that they are just one of many that they're completely replaceable, and that's really hard. So we gotta flip that I got to work on that. So that's the first thing is the, the profile the second thing is all about your natural network. And this is what I teach. Right. You know, people already and they know you are, you connected all of them, so that you can see who they know that's their network. I mean, most people you can search. Your next meeting on Lincoln and see who and they're not work is someone that you'd like to meet an ask for two or three introductions. Every time you meet with someone that'll help grow your network. Right..

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"lincoln profile" Discussed on PhotoBiz Xposed

PhotoBiz Xposed

03:43 min | 2 years ago

"lincoln profile" Discussed on PhotoBiz Xposed

"Attention gum, imagery, or creating the might impression with some grubbing imagery. So when somebody goes to connect with you away, you see what did you do for them because people by benefit to them. Find the photographs. So I'll tell you that. I mean, to me, I love that idea a lovely little tips and tricks. That is a great one. But if this was Facebook and you got caught out there's a chance they're gonna kick you off the platform. The silently as strict monitoring these things, and in giving you warning kicking off without a warning the biggest things with Lincoln, probably will kick you for platform, for is if you start using automation software to do the connection to do all the messages, if you're going to just do something, I mean, some of the guys that I follow who are like, you know, top. Influences. They use that hocken technique in a profile. And at the end of the day, you know, I don't think they're gonna show you a countdown for doing something like that. Probably just say change it. Right. You know. But obviously if you being spinal people, and yes, there's a good Trump's economic a count shut down. So I mean as twenty thousand plus the following on unlinked, and my count is very view, and it's very active and a buck. She had messages off linked in trying to sell me some of that services. So they've never picked up. Nice guy, I guess that's not too bad say we do that. And when marketing sales, this personal branding, photographer NFL profile, obviously, have a great photo of yourself. Yeah. Yeah. Is that the only thing that people see well, the first thing people see when they go to connect with you is obviously, the CNN your professional headline that we've said is now your job title? But what you do for the client. And then when they do connect with you. The first thing sees you cover photo, people do is leave as the default glue so banner that Lincoln have an I always say is have your cover food or representing your businesses? So if you do in post, no, Brandon, headshots, you have a good series of decent, maybe about three personal Brandon or head shot photographs and then underneath your US pay what you do for the client, see how in woods of trust your cover job on image. So soon as people on the page, they can see exactly what you doing for them. It's all about. Selam what you do them, and I would keep it down. You know, have been profound by the had, like six or seven headshots which looks nice on the desktop. But you gotta remember that a lot of people are going to be doing this on a mobile phone. I'm gonna go six or seven on a mobile phone. The just too small econ say them using headshots of their clients themselves a head shots of the clients. Yes, it's shouldn't pitches of their clients, as the benef- Oto. So what are you suggesting for the benefit have one photo of yourself, one photo of one declines, now it's about three clients? All. Okay. So it's a long, bonnet like what you have on Facebook, and then maybe three images. And then underneath those images somewhere is you have the US what you helping people to pry full photo must be there as well, someway, yes profile for slightly different. So you have you cover images. But like Facebook's have the Abana image. And then you have your profile foot Lewis while which you separate. So see profile foot was is the photograph of you never usual after big no-no because on linked in Lincoln profile is business to business person to person that work. So you do have the option to open a company page, which recommend you do. And then you company page, that's totally fine to you. She local for that because it's you company, but on your personal, profiling tin, your person, you know. So you wouldn't say to me, you know, somebody wouldn't sit to me. Hi, what's your name, and I wouldn't say, well. My name's focus on marketing. I'm Jeff Brown people connect with people, so and it's all about one of the big things on linked..

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"lincoln profile" Discussed on Mad Fientist

Mad Fientist

02:53 min | 2 years ago

"lincoln profile" Discussed on Mad Fientist

"The at first I thought I was going to ask you like is the real reason you did a new version just so you could troll the crypto people in in print. Well, listen, it's it's not it's not trolling from right? You know, these are lunatics who came to me, let me just tell you about these crypto people reme-. You need to do crypto. It's up three thousand percent. And then I'm like, hey, that's cool. If that's you know, part of your five to ten percent, discretionary investment, you wanna put in something fun. You wanna put in a bar in Brooklyn or crypto be my guess. Five to ten percent. You're such a Luddite. Who said is fide with eight percent returns in the market. I'm talking three thousand percent, you're so stupid. Now, these people have disappeared now instead of their Lincoln profile, saying bitcoin expert, of course, inevitably has changed. Now. They're CBD expert. You know, these people jump from one to another, and I don't mind if you take your discretionary investment money and put it in something crazy I've done angel investments of them fail. But I know that I'm not here saying bitcoin is, you know, it's going to be a totally new way to transfer all this stuff, and it's going to revolutionize and then then you change your story from that to oh, that's not actually working. It's actually going to be something totally different. And they're the milestones yardstick of what successes changes eventually, it was an investment. And then when that tanked now, they're not talking about it anymore right now it's blocking I got nothing against blockchain and I've nothing against bitcoin. If you wanna put your fund money in it. But please don't go around telling long-term investors that this is the new. Evolution those people are all gone now. Right. Yeah. And using you mentioned your money is like something around five or ten percent of your portfolio's. Yeah. And that's another thing. I would always ask these bitcoin people. Hey, bitcoin, great always have one question. What does the rest of your portfolio, look like, and they looked at me? Like, I was speaking alien language. They're like portfolio. They don't they don't have a portfolio they took their money and put it all in this thing that they heard about on the news or on read it called bitcoin. So yes, I do think take five ten or if you really aggressive. You can even go little bit more, but have a plan. So that you know, where the boundaries of your fun money. Are. That's good advice. You obviously talk about other things that aren't crypt of the new things like you mentioned rid visors. But you also talk about fire, which obviously it's been a topic that the acronym didn't really exists at didn't exist back into knows nine. But obviously the whole idea of this is gaining steam recently over the. Couple years, especially so I would really love to one new your thoughts about it. But to what problems do you see with it because Mr. money moustache back in the day would call you his arch-rival of personal finance which on like, he's obviously saying that ingest because he respects you, and he recommends a lot of your things including your book..

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Apple reportedly acquires digital marketing firm DataTiger

Mac OS Ken

01:15 min | 2 years ago

Apple reportedly acquires digital marketing firm DataTiger

"Seems to Abbada sort of Anabel sounding thing. Sort of. Apple insider highlights of Bloomberg report that says the Cupertino company has acquired UK based operate data aka data tiger. What do they do quoting apple insider in his Lincoln profile data tiger CEO Philip Morris as the startup is focused on highly scalable marketing solutions for the era of user demanded personalization a assisted marketing large volumes of data real time data requirements and tight data privacy. More goes on to say the Tigers goal is to bring the era of Email list thinking and campaign based marketing to an end presumably through individualized customer targeting. On the one hand getting to know you getting to know all about you, sell you. Stop sounds pretty on apple. But building an a the gets to hope you like it could make Siri so much more useful and engaging. What apple plans to do what data tiger? And how much they paid for it. Both remain unknown.

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"lincoln profile" Discussed on Accelerate!

Accelerate!

03:02 min | 2 years ago

"lincoln profile" Discussed on Accelerate!

"I love the Russia. Something new, you know, thrown me, but people that sitting industry not sitting mischievous stain industry and become masters at it is because the curious not because they're Platt passive. It's just the opposite. And it's about the, and it's the person is curious not the company's curious. And this goes back to my point before about, you know, sales leaders, and marking leaders waking up that you have hundreds or thousands, or however many sales people on linked in every single day that have an opportunity to do this. And you know, I the thing I've been harping on a lot lately is how almost every team. I would say is using linked to a mini mini mini mini sales teams assuming that they're buyers are there, right? There's certain industries where maybe Lincoln's not as popular. And then I go to your profile, and you talk about you president's club. Dude. Do you think I care? I'm a director of operations at Honeywell. You have an IOT product. You think care that you're the top performing rep at your company, and you went to presidents club three years in a row or or as you oftentimes is opened opportunities in that's on. The kills me is like, okay, you're you're connecting with me sales people, you know, connect with me on something. And then I looked your Lincoln profile missile your advertising, you're looking for job. Everybody is that that's going to be the big shift on Lincoln. That's why I'm so bullish on this kind of idea of building networks. Like flag this in the two three years. Every single salesperson is going to rewrite their Lincoln profile to talk about how they're an expert in the space that they serve period. I every single person's gonna change their online courses online resumes. Just what you've done, but instead for build that it's a resume you're reaching out to people on Lincoln consistently. Then you go, and you say people who viewed and now they've your profile, and you talk about how you want best places to work in Tuscaloosa that you think that they care about your company propaganda. Do you think they care that? You're the amazing note they cared. You get my space. And so I think as Lincoln is now becoming a place where people go, you know, active users. I think things like forty percent of them go there every day as it becomes more of a new away that you go in executives go to get their news and professional professional network odd. You're going to have to change our way the cool part is for going back to. The topic which is around like STR's NPR's of what that means. The means if you're an ST are BDR, and I decide I'm really into this whole IOT thing. And I go, and I work at Microsoft or C three IOT or helium one of these companies, and I just start to connect with these people I start to share things about what's happening in IOT. And I do that again, and again, and again, and guess what month ten of being an S DR. I've got, you know, three hundred directors of operations, different industrial manufacturing companies who interact with my content every two weeks, you know. And and I think it's just putting out like basic things in marketing is.

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"lincoln profile" Discussed on Something You Should Know

Something You Should Know

03:35 min | 2 years ago

"lincoln profile" Discussed on Something You Should Know

"Appropriate business clothes for your industry, or for your type of job that you're looking for and Phil incompletely fill it out. I mean, I coached a woman, and she she did a Lincoln profile in three weeks later. I head hunter contacted her. And she got a new job. So people will use it you could put your resume there. You could put a lot more information on your Lincoln profile, then you could put on your resume. So I believe everybody who's working or who wants to work should be unlimited. And what about the other social media things such as Facebook and Instagram and Twitter, we hear stories about how people get in trouble because they post pictures of them, you know, falling down drunk on Facebook, and then their boss sees it. And they get fired what you post cannon. We'll come back to haunt you. And social media has been around long enough that people should know that still post things that get them into trouble. Now, you won't always get fired, but your reputation can get affected. One woman was at a conference in New Orleans and posted on. Her social media site off to another stupid meeting and her boss sought. No, she didn't get fired. But her boss looked at her differently. After that, isn't it funny. How people don't think that through? But I guess it's common not to think that through because you think you're talking to you. I guess you just don't think it through. It's been around long enough that people should know. And they don't or they forget as you say or they they just aren't thinking. Commonsense isn't just isn't that common? I wanna talk about you who picks up the check when when colleagues go out and eat or but even outside of work when people go out to eat one of the rules now if they have changed what are the rules about who should pick up the check. You are the host. You do the inviting you pay the Bill regardless of gender till I invite you to lunch, and it's a business situation. I should pick up the Bill you invite me to lunch. I assume you're going to pick up the Bill now this is not every time. Your lunch buddy, you know, yells into your office. Hey, let's go to lunch. But this isn't a business situation where you are invited to a business situation. Now, I know you're a big proponent of. Thank you notes. Right. It is incredibly easy to write. A thank you know, these days, you can use Email make sure there are no Typos. But if somebody helps you or goes out of their way for you you need to send. Thank you. And one woman said one of her former employees asked her to recommend her for job. She did. And she got it. And that woman never came back to her to thank her. And she said I will never give her a reference again. No, I people emailing me their questions all the time. I take the time to write a response. And I expect to get a response back saying, they got the information. And they're thanking me for and it doesn't always happen. Does it usually happen? No. Unfortunately, it doesn't. Let's do bad. All right. Barb get that thing off your cheek and okay, Mikey. Barbara pack. There has been my guest. Her book is the essentials of business etiquette at agreed eat and tweet yourself to success and you'll find a link to her book at Amazon in the show notes. Thanks, barbara. Thanks for being here. Thank you. I appreciate it too. Bye. Bye..

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"lincoln profile" Discussed on The Goal Digger Podcast

The Goal Digger Podcast

02:20 min | 2 years ago

"lincoln profile" Discussed on The Goal Digger Podcast

"So jasmine wall boom says how do you get people to actually go to the Lincoln your bio when you have less than ten thousand dollars? And don't have the swipe feature a feel like I don't have a direct way to send followers to links. I want them to go to. So I recently just recently got this wipe up feature thanks to getting verified. But before then I would literally just send people to the link in my bio, and guess what very few people actually have this white but feature because of the stipulations connected to it in. So you can do a call to action in your stories, you can create a hook in your caption or your story and say to find out more go to the Lincoln, my bio or cliquier to learn more. You can do an Instagram live and send people to that link. You can run an ad the link or you can video chat yourself talking about the products that people actually want to click the link the you have to understand that asking people to click off of Instagram is a big ask you're saying. I want you to stop what you're doing. And I want for you to follow this link. And so if you're going to ask people to do that you have to be so clear about what's in it for them. What are they going to get when they click the link? What are they going to see when they click the link? Why should they click the link in? So I think that it is totally fine to say Lincoln profile Lincoln bio, I did that for ever in my audience got used to it. And so sure it would be awesome for everyone have the swipe up feature. But frankly, how often are you swipe ING up anyways. Right. So I have received countless questions about hashtags how to use them how to create them where to enter them in your caption in. So I thought it would answer hope griffis question, which is how do you do hashtags on Instagram? Jenna. There are so many opinions on this. It's overwhelming said true story is is it is so hard to keep up with hashtag best practices because there are so many theories out there and no one. Can really get a hold of Instagram to have them answer it for us. And so here's the deal. There is a lot of gray area. When it comes to hash taking the only people that likely note, the secret are the head honchos that Instagram, and so although we can never be one thousand percent sure of anyone method. There are some general things to know how shakes are a huge way you can increase your.

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"lincoln profile" Discussed on The Career Insider Podcast

The Career Insider Podcast

13:27 min | 2 years ago

"lincoln profile" Discussed on The Career Insider Podcast

"Is episode one one two hundred twelve of the mets podcast and this episode is part of the career expert series. If this is the first time joining us typically what I do is I bring guests at experts from different backgrounds and they give us ideas on different topics starting from job search outta crafty resume or negotiate salary how to get promoted and so you able to take this idea and applied in your job so even if you already have a job how you you can apply it to take your career to the next level and today I. I'm really excited today because I'm not. I don't believe I've done this on the show for the last one hundred twelve episodes today. We're GONNA talk about negotiation and thing I'm fortunate to have some a guest who has a very diverse background. I will read our guest expertise and you'll hear from our guests. We'll talk about the psychology of negotiation firstly. It's a favorite topic of mine as well but let's get started in our guest today. His name is kwami. Christian is the director of the negotiation Stewart. He teaches US aboard an alternative way to resolve conflict. Harming Christian is a business lawyer Director of the American Negotiate Institute and what he does. He's also poses. A negotiation consulted for attorneys and for companies closing large business deals you also conducts live training sessions for organizations on top of that he hosts the podcast call negotiate anything ready interviews successful professionals shares powerful <unk> techniques. Someone like I mentioned at the beginning. If anyone could kick us off on this topic I think will be fun of great guest and without further ado would like to invite our guest crummy. Hey coming back into the podcast. Thanks for we're having this. Are you ever diverse background on a I mean it's you have a breadth of expedients and you an attorney lawyer yourself and that definitely gives you a lot of credibility when it comes to the topic of negotiated before we get ended the whole topic a love for the audience. Learn a little bit more about you. If you can share a little bit of an introduction of highest started in Hollywood I earlier today so thank you for the Intro so my initial academic make love with psychology and think understanding that hopes people understand my approach because as an attorney most people expected to focus on the nitty gritty details when it comes to strategy and tactics as it relates to negotiation but my which is a little bit different when and I'm teaching people how to negotiate focus on the psychological barriers that they say personally and then once they've overcome that in developed a sense of confidence in themselves and their abilities that's when I transitioned into talking about the various skills and tactics that people could use so my background academically is offered the bachelor's degree in psychology and then I went to law school and got a master of public policy at the same time starting my own precious and I work with business clients and I also serve as a as a mediator the course or a different parties who are in trial helping them workout deals and it's that background that led me to negotiation and helping people to become more confident of difficult conversations so with the American negotiation institute I do trainings within companies and webinars score professionals who are interested in learning how to become veteran conflict and negotiate more effectively. I can tell from your bio your Lincoln Profile Kaleo website your alternate at X.. Talk and also you introduction right now the subject that you really I really excited about you know you mentioned about psychology and what you do day in day out and I'm just cute as Whitewater you drawn now more this subject did anything else would drugmaker it. Yeah I mean negotiation is something not of people don't think about it on lesbian. They need it right. You know they're trying to get a job right should salary they go to buy a car the typical negotiation stuff right. Everybody thinks about a bit negoti lower prices <unk> buying a home so it's it's not something that they think they need to bill unless there's a situation where they have to right so but you focus on this and some cute is is that a reason that drew you towards this more than other things that someone new shoes would do absolutely and one of the things I mentioned later on is the fact that I'm writing a book called. Nobody will play with me how to find confidence and conflict and in that book I share a story of my upbringing and so as a young child growing up in rural Ohio Small Town I was my family was like the only black family in the area so I was very different and I had a Caribbean accent. Now I know how to turn it on and off but at the time at a very strong growing Caribbean accident remember one time in first grade the bags that I was different became very salient because there was one day on the playground where no matter who I saw two who I asked nobody would play with me and I remember that Dave vividly just. Just coming home and going through the teacher and crying and after that happened. I said this will never happen again. People are gonNA likely and it was beneficial because I became very popular. Everybody likes me but I was life but not respected and so for me when it came in difficult conversations. I didn't stand up for myself because I didn't WANNA risk. Losing those relationships that I worked so hard to get into conflict was always something scary from being terrifying and once I learned that it was a skill a skill that I could build and I could actually improve upon it it was life changing forming and the part of my negotiation philosophy is that's a negotiation any conversation where somebody in the conversation wants something and so with that broad definition. It's clear that we're negotiating every every day so a lot of people focus on the car negotiation salary negotiations than those things but the reality is we are having these conversations with our colleagues at work our bosses his people who were trying to make deals with and family members that home and so the reason I focused so heavily on this is because I think mastering the skills can be warm the most life-changing decisions that you can make because negotiation GonNa go everywhere and once you start to recognize that and become better at the skill you'll start getting more what you want avoiding of you don't want and strengthening relationships with every conversation you have. I'm glad you mentioned that Kwami because that's a fresh take negotiation and I give you the examples. A lot of people think that they are. What are you saying is? It's not a situational thing. It's like an everyday think you don't realize negotiating but we always doing. It and I like your definition is like someone every conversation. They could be a negotiation but we don't realize that exactly the thing it's imagine if you were a boxer and you had all the skills in the world the best hands in the world but you had one weakness and the weakness is that you don't know oh when fight begins goody you know you're gonNA lose and so a major part of my practice when it comes to teaching these skill is increasing. Everybody's negotiation awareness once once you recognize denies it and you say Oh my goodness this conversation with my wife's. This is a negotiation. This conversation with my son is a negotiation. This conversation would be annoying guy at work. He's a negotiation I can implement these tactics in all of these conversations to make my life better and the thing that I've recognized is that the best things in life Osmanli on the other side of difficult conversations and so this might be one of the best ways for us to improve our lives then it's completely within control you brought up two points and I wanted to build on both of them. One is negotiation of fairness. The other one is difficult conversations plus Sofala fairness and I think we've all heard that if you wanted to change something the footsteps start is being affair so awareness is key you mentioned the whole concept of negotiation. Advantages eluded new previous answer so once people get a hold of this idea are like for you take expand that that does that mean they are like what are the benefits efforts having a negotiation awareness. I see the value what he said but for someone like Beta minutes so do I need to know that I'm negotiating all day. So how would you you know the answer that someone who's new to this concept. Absolutely you know I think you're you're raising some of the concerns that some people have because they say that doesn't seem very organic that doesn't seem very January if I'm angling for something in every conversation but the reality is in every conversation and we are at angling for something because I think about a situation where you go to a movie and you you like the move if you go and you tell somebody you while you tell your friend Hey I like this movie. You weren't just saying that your goal is to persuade them to either themselves or persuade them that they should believe it's a good movie to with almost every conversation we have there is a persuasive elements and so it's not a question of whether or not we negotiate is the question in of whether or not we we're going to do as well so since these conversations are going to happen we might as well maximize value and the thing is with with my approach to negotiation. It's not a win lose type proposition and with most of the everyday social interactions expect a need to be the dichotomy between failure and success where my failure Moore your failure necessitates my winning or vice versa allows us to create value and help other people as well as helping ourselves so so essentially negotiation is not a contest it could be been been it doesn't have to percents to lose the person's to win no matter how many people are involved they would both be able to achieve the goal they had absolutely because think about it. Sometimes our alert Gore what we want. That conversation is what's best for somebody else so if you're negotiating with a friend or colleague at work and you see there in some kind of distress and they need some help then what you're trying to negotiate these conversations as I you want to negotiate for more information. Would you want you want to learn the problem and so you have the conversation to learn what they're dealing with because sometimes we see somebody and we see they're struggling. We don't know why and because we don't know why we had hoped and so thinking about that conversation as a negotiation okay they want. Maybe their privacy. Maybe they've already left alone but you as a friend you want information so you can have the goal of helping them so the first negotiation you have with them is to learn more about. The situation and then the next negotiation is to persuade them to allow you to help them and then you can help them because you have the information that you have their permission. Okay that's totally fair and I think that's a big change ended mindset for a lot of people because they are people getting their conditioned as something to not look forward right. Everybody like wants to get the job but everybody gets stressed out about that part about Saturday negotiation like since most of the conversations the apple podcasts geared towards that <hes> I wanted by that into a question of what you brought up difficult conversations and bill talk about Korea's we'll also talk about life for the second but like for example salary whether you working for the company or you're just in the job such process. It's difficult. Most people do not look forward to that. So what do we do you recommend one of the things I've seen you of done in your tax talks and also in your videos and also on your podcast is to make it not changed the perception of that being difficult to something meaningful so if it can expand on that given the situation really helpful absolutely yeah this whole approach requires a change in mindset. You need to see these conversations. Jason doesn't opportunity so if the conflict we have a signal that something's wrong now. We have an opportunity to improve the relationship if it's in the business and the negotiation like a salary negotiation we feel a little bit of tension. Why do we feel that tension? Why do you feel go that pressure because we know that there's a big opportunity that is on the other side of this conversation and so when we think about it in those positive terms we see it as a conversation not to that not to be avoided but a conversation that is to be approached and one of the keys in all of negotiation and with salary negotiation as well is at you should look at these conversations? That's factfinding missions. So you learn the facts you WanNa know learn the emotions you wanted to learn as much much as you can about the situation and if you think about the conflicts in your life or difficult conversations or negotiations more in terms of the opportunity to learn more about the situation and the other party it'll reduce the pressure that you feel in those conversations and then you get the information and once you have you feel like you have a good lay of land then you engage in negotiation with at its best is brainstorming so then once you have a better understanding where they're coming from for instance a salary negotiations they provide you with an offer you ask them more about their offer how they come up with those that number what is included package all that stuff and you feel like you have a goodly of the land as during.

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"lincoln profile" Discussed on The Reboot Podcast

The Reboot Podcast

02:33 min | 2 years ago

"lincoln profile" Discussed on The Reboot Podcast

"Having millions of Twitter on whatever the metric is for for for hero ISM. And you know that that really, you know, at that time this was before I really started the newsletter in the blog. I said, I was going to start a fintech company. You know, because I was hedge fund guy, make sense. I knew computers, right, right. A. plus b. equals c. right. And. You know, I had this moment with myself, which was a combination of a lot of these conversations reflections where I just said to myself in my own head, I don't really want to finance anymore. And there's the whole sunk cost fallacy. There's the expectation will you can't just not do. That's you. You're good of it. So was that your cocoon. My my cocoon was. I guess. This is fold. It was the comfort of the Nanteuil stability and never having to really worry about money. I'm touching what right at is an entrepreneur, I think about money a lot, but never really having to to to think about money because I had a high paying job. But the second was external validation. It's like my, I felt good about my Lincoln profile. You felt good about your linked in profile? Yes. So what was the problem. You had you had a great Lincoln profile. Everything was good. It. I was, let's see. In ability to be present. Pissing on the president. I was pissing on the present at the moment when I had the most precious gift of the presence, a child. Her name's Seraya. What's your wife's name? Lisa and just side tangent on on on my wife who's just an amazing supporter of everything. Just an amazing partner. She listens to so many of your podcasts during our car, our.

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"lincoln profile" Discussed on Green Connections Radio -  Insights on Innovation, Sustainability, Clean Energy, Leadership, Entrepreneurship, and Careers w Top Leaders, Women

Green Connections Radio - Insights on Innovation, Sustainability, Clean Energy, Leadership, Entrepreneurship, and Careers w Top Leaders, Women

01:48 min | 3 years ago

"lincoln profile" Discussed on Green Connections Radio - Insights on Innovation, Sustainability, Clean Energy, Leadership, Entrepreneurship, and Careers w Top Leaders, Women

"Wire program has really made a big impact there's a lot of issues with walmart is we all know but but they have really made it impact because they affect everybody who wants to do business with this huge behemoth right and that's pretty cool one of the things you mentioned in your lincoln profile that you and i've talked about somebody i really wanna drill into here before i ask you a couple of questions about you is turning ambiguity into strategy i mean ambiguities the heart and soul of of leadership and especially today with the pace of change and all the unknowns in the marketplace what the administration's gonna do the regulatory environment and blah blah so how'd you turn ambiguity into strategy and give us an example if you could yeah i i'm one of the few people as i kinda love it because as you know from my background i've never had a job that fisted before i've always built everything from the ground up where there's been an ideal that maybe something should be done but then after that there's kind of no structure to it and i think what i go back to goes back to purpose is understand the other why was brought in in the first place or even in the case of the nfl i was working there in another role and i saw the opportunities so in that case it was like what did i see the opportunity that that we could pursue keep using that as your north star he's going out and to letting information so again on what people preceding risks what people are receiving growth and opportunity what you know throughout the organization what's done but new constantly need to work it into a matrix in you know to give visual to it that you know i'm a big fan of of.

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"lincoln profile" Discussed on Mixergy

Mixergy

02:04 min | 3 years ago

"lincoln profile" Discussed on Mixergy

"I mean he is i don't know why what is i jobs while ski so if you google it it's the first thing on a his lincoln profiles the first one what is it some jaaz while ski j o z w o w s k i you'll see him cofounder demio lincoln all right and is it a fifty fifty partnership that you stuck with him yet so that was the initial i thought i got it i see i was looking up matt instead got why is no longer with the company so we bought him out so that's why he's no longer here originally yes it was a fifty fifty deal you oh he has his other company demio which has great depth team obviously networks communication software is not simple so we basically just posted a job and then had his head i don't even know what the role was some sort of senior engineer interview for us but i mean it's it's really not that difficult guys if you want to start a company like this you just go post a job you can use what what was the company your top towel we'll talk about them innovate yeah i just wanna make sure that we're staying on track or you can go to website lake top towel in it can look for any type of php developer that's really all you need java script is becoming a lot more prevalent these days i would say it's probably gonna take over but i mean even if you don't know what these means i if you don't know to php developers or java script i had no idea what it meant and now i run a company that doesn't fit the revenue that employs developers all you need an idea and if you go to these websites they will help you vet out great veterans who can bring your idea to life it doesn't have to be complicated all you need an mvp and for people who don't know what that is just a minimum viable product you start with the wheel and then joel mvp look like what is your first version look like oh god i thought it looked amazing but it looks terrible.

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"lincoln profile" Discussed on FT Management

FT Management

01:32 min | 3 years ago

"lincoln profile" Discussed on FT Management

"Which company reported had unexpected thorpe every year top business schools gather at the f d offices in london to fight for the title of world's marches business this year we caught up with few graduates to hear their advice on how to get that right into ship or job my name is remembered pal i live in london wimbledon to be exact i doing an executive mba at imperial college business school so what you do when you look for a job i will you read a book called to our jobs japan remember who it's written by but it's a pretty famous book you write down names of companies that you want to work for then you look in your lincoln profile or any networks at your associated with of people that are actually connected or already working for those companies they knew tryin contact people and have a conversation with them about the company not about a job but about the company to really figure out whether this is the place you want to work for and this is the right step in your career after that you look out for jobs within those companies that you like and when you apply for them you contact those people that you had a conversation with previously to say hey i really appreciated the chat that we had there is a job that's come up is there anything that i should be add into my cv that using would be necessary and then hopefully from that point when the hr recruiters she looking at your c they've already heard about you because of the contact in the business that's what you do.

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"lincoln profile" Discussed on The Brutal Truth About Sales and Selling

The Brutal Truth About Sales and Selling

02:03 min | 3 years ago

"lincoln profile" Discussed on The Brutal Truth About Sales and Selling

"Man being a gopher working in shipping receiving to being a sales development rep making big money because that role is just the beginning after one year in that role you can become what they call an account exact and you could be making multiple six figures if you want it's not for everybody and you can determine for yourself if it's right thing for you i'm gonna put a video out on the youtube channel to see if it is the right thing for you and please pass it onto either friends somebody who stuck in their career who doesn't see a way out because this work you know i can't say it's not hard but it compared to other things compared to dealing with difficult consumers it's really not that bad but you know you gotta be able to sell send emails make a couple of phone calls you know scour the internet browse the internet get good social be nice to people takes a little bit difficult who wants to be nice to people i know really okay that's it i really had a great time on this episode please check out the show notes and check out our partners co video i'm doing videos least once a week i'm showing you exactly what video email looks like check it out on my lincoln profile brian burns what you'll see i've got three of them out already they're getting ten thousand views a piece you know i asked him to make him a little bit humorous a little tongue in cheek so they're not professional in the sense because nobody wants to watch a professional it's a little bit of you know humor and is engagement this one was about a dog walker kind of blew up people really liked it and you gotta understand imagine doing that same thing in text it just wouldn't work it just wouldn't resonate when you can actually see the person and see what they care about and see that they're human being and what they'll do for you check it out on linked in.

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"lincoln profile" Discussed on The Brutal Truth About Sales and Selling

The Brutal Truth About Sales and Selling

02:03 min | 3 years ago

"lincoln profile" Discussed on The Brutal Truth About Sales and Selling

"Man being a gopher working in shipping receiving to being a sales development rep making big money because that role is just the beginning after one year in that role you can become what they call an account exact and you could be making multiple six figures if you want it's not for everybody and you can determine for yourself if it's right thing for you i'm gonna put a video out on the youtube channel to see if it is the right thing for you and please pass it onto either friends somebody who stuck in their career who doesn't see a way out because this work you know i can't say it's not hard but it compared to other things compared to dealing with difficult consumers it's really not that bad but you know you gotta be able to sell send emails make a couple of phone calls you know scour the internet browse the internet get good social be nice to people takes a little bit difficult who wants to be nice to people i know really okay that's it i really had a great time on this episode please check out the show notes and check out our partners co video i'm doing videos least once a week i'm showing you exactly what video email looks like check it out on my lincoln profile brian burns what you'll see i've got three of them out already they're getting ten thousand views a piece you know i asked him to make him a little bit humorous a little tongue in cheek so they're not professional in the sense because nobody wants to watch a professional it's a little bit of you know humor and is engagement this one was about a dog walker kind of blew up people really liked it and you gotta understand imagine doing that same thing in text it just wouldn't work it just wouldn't resonate when you can actually see the person and see what they care about and see that they're human being and what they'll do for you check it out on linked in.

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"lincoln profile" Discussed on Dots, Lines & Destinations

Dots, Lines & Destinations

01:37 min | 3 years ago

"lincoln profile" Discussed on Dots, Lines & Destinations

"I don't know what to think about all these airline names any wished he got to go back and watching a show called the loop i know i know i have it on my ipad every time i wrote my theory about the level branding their twitter accounts no conspiracy iraq others like lie with level underscore e end in the ass and are and what not but the generics lie with level handle without the language attached to it is also registered and is not actually belonged to a company and he's got some guys it's got some guys name on it and it was registered at the beginning of the year right when low level branding would have been being finalized and i am i am checking again now on i think the guys like is a brand a like works and branding the axa is the straight up if i read the his lincoln profile he search for this guy's name and ord branding a dynamic seeks ussl senior executive and manager of direct managing director strategy in for real rand or something like that he's like works in the sort of wrote him on branding and i think this guy like slot on the domain name since didn't even pay for privacy that's what amazes me what amounted to maintenance this is a twitter handle openings ours but he's that his name on the twitter he put his name on it that's worse in some ways you have to pay extra that was and it's but there was attitude only put it in ury.

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"lincoln profile" Discussed on Mixergy

Mixergy

01:40 min | 4 years ago

"lincoln profile" Discussed on Mixergy

"So then how did you end up in digital marketing and the whole a online space yeah so i just wanted to be an entrepreneur and i felt like i need to be an entrepreneur didn't know how to go about that man ended up kind of get in the software through the foundation they maxwell an andy drench and started kind of trying to live number the foundation i wasn't a member one of my friends was the account told me about it and i'll just kind of like leach off him again he information he had a pen of watching him do all this stuff from dislike yet trying to kind of top you what he's doing figure that out so i ended up sinking about ten thousand dollars higher in some guy off of up work and craves fraternity recruitment software code redwood recruiting railroad recruiting redwood recruiting redwood recruiting i see this is a thing he started in two thousand four yeah ironized suzanne now this would have been in two thousand i started 2014 excuse me 2014 to 2015 i'm looking at your lincoln profile i see and so you spend ten thousand creating software what was the software that you created so basically who is like a c r m for fraternities to used to recruit members and that's given us the world i'm living in of people i know i know they're all using spreadsheets to kamenge alert but my thirty thousand dollars a year on recruitment as i can i can make little software does you know this better and replace it spreadsheets netsai i created that and got a little bit of revenue from that mostly to spend about eight months spin my wills losing all my money before i was kind of running out of cash and i turned to a different model by what was the problem with a now that you've got some experience what do you think you did the could it done differently or what didn't work out largely the problem was me i mean just starting out early on.

leach andy lincoln thirty thousand dollars ten thousand dollars eight months