You’re going to work on projects that don’t make sense to you. This doesn’t mean your work should be of a lower quality. Here’s why.
If you can’t answer a question about your job or product in a clear, concise way you may be guilty of creating a word salad.
Why do you continue to climb the career ladder? Because you’ve been told to do so. To future proof your career you have to rethink how to attract career opportunities.
How do you plant your flag and start telling compelling stories that cement your position of expertise in the market? Here’s how four folks did it.
Simon Mujamdar, writer, chef, podcaster and tv personality, shares his Forever Employable story on career change in your 40’s.
Your next career move doesn't have to be risky. You can experiment your way to the best next move. Here's how.
Finding the right community to help grow your career isn’t always easy. Sometimes the better path is to build your own community. Here’s how I did it.
Katie Saindon and David O'Malley took the ideas in Forever Employable and put them into action immediately.
Just ask for what you want. It sounds simple and straightforward and yet so few of us actually do it. It's something I've had to practice doing, shushing the voice … Continue reading Forever Employable Stories: Lindsey Pollak, NYT best-selling author and multi-generational work expert
I was lucky enough to meet Alisa Cohn by chance. Dorie Clark, who wrote the forward for Forever Employable, invited me to a virtual cocktail party a few months ago … Continue reading Forever Employable Stories: Alisa Cohn, #1 Startup Coach in the World