Great advice.....especially if you type and think at the same time - vs. thinking then typing then thinking again. All good tips but IMO the most significant is not being reactive....where you could hurt yourself the most.
How to Leave Effective Blog Comments
November 24th, 2008 by Pete Kistler
Commenting on other people’s blogs demonstrates your ability to produce insightful… Continue
Added by Tina Huckabay on November 25, 2008 at 10:48am —
The top 5 things to keep in mind when interviewing and hiring sales reps for medical sales, healthcare sales, DNA sales, medical supplies sales, clinical diagnostics sales, pharmaceutical sales, laboratory sales, biotech sales, pathology sales, or imaging sales: what to make sure you do, and how to avoid common hiring mistakes.
1. Use a results-based decision-making process. What does this mean? Look at your current reps (most importantly -look at the high performers). What are their… Continue
Added by Candice Arnold on November 25, 2008 at 8:06am —
s are nowadays crucial for Recruitment.
The URL is the place where you offer your Apply NOW button, where you tell your audience how good and successful you already are, and will become better if YOU join us...
All the activities online are to create the best traffic to your URL, your site, your landing page.
So why take the chance people… Continue
Added by Gordon Lokenberg on November 25, 2008 at 5:45am —
Following up to a recent blog post: “Some applicants say the darndest things” - Here are the 6 most highly abused phrases found on resumes according to a recent LinkedIn study.
•“Proven track record”
Wondering if anyone can help me finish out a top ten list?
Added by Luigi Lupo on November 24, 2008 at 10:26pm —
In an Op-Ed column in the New York Times, David Brooks tackles the notion of an emerging group in the United States that he refers to as the formerly middle class
This is a vast swathe of unhappy professionals who, in their halycon days(last month), would consume lattes, IPods and SUVs with the reckless abandon of a cashed out dot com millionaire. They now find that what they had become to… Continue
Added by Frank Mulligan on November 24, 2008 at 9:57pm —
It’s a ditch that is so deep, it’s really mind boggling how we are going to get out. The ditch I’m referring to is Detroit.
Though I’ve long since moved away to pursue a career in high tech, I have an affinity for the area that is rooted in a respect and awe that goes back to my childhood. The Ford plant in our home town was one of the biggest buildings I had ever seen and all those employee cars in the parking lot–wow, it seemed like they… Continue
Added by Vikki Pachera on November 24, 2008 at 8:09pm —
I wish to know that whether we are suppose to share blogs with each other or not? Is it nice to share those blogs which we like OR just leave it to their search and taste.
Added by Faisal Javed on November 24, 2008 at 7:42pm —
Everybody. I am a student are going to graduate in Dec 2008. I have a bachelor degree in International business and Associate in Mangement Information system. I also biligual in Chinese/ English.
For my job experience, I have couple years experience in purchiing oversea and banking industry.
If you interesting I can email you my resume.
Thanks your attention
Added by Glenda Liang on November 24, 2008 at 7:33pm —
Added by Silke Wurbs on November 24, 2008 at 7:00pm —
Was wäre, wenn Sie sich damals bei eBay, Google und Co hätten beteiligen können?
Würden Sie eine derartige Chance mit Ihrem heutigen Wissen in jedem Falle ergreifen?
Ja, dann nutzen Sie JETZT die Gelegenheit, sich hier
zu informieren und sich von der Chance Ihres Lebens begeistern zu lassen!
What would be, if you at that time with eBay, googled itself and had been able to… Continue
Added by Silke Wurbs on November 24, 2008 at 7:00pm —
I love the art of selling. LOVE IT. When I first entered
the field of sales, the one thing I quickly grew to
appreciate was the fact that anything I did to increase
my ability in selling also increased my ability in life.
Sales skills are life skills.
"There's a born salesman!" I have yet to read, or hear
on the evening news, of a lady who gave birth to a
sales person. Or an attorney, or doctor, or for that
matter an embezzler or swindler. Birth is… Continue
Added by Shawn Lacagnina on November 24, 2008 at 4:13pm —
: On an American Airlines packet of nuts - INSTRUCTIONS - OPEN PACKET, EAT NUTS.
: Bacardi concocted a fruity drink with the name 'Pavian' to suggest French chic ... but 'Pavian' means 'baboon' in German.
: On the label of Boot's "Children's" cough medicine - DO NOT DRIVE A CAR OR OPERATE MACHINERY.
: When Coca Cola was first introduced into China they named it Ke-Kou-Ke-La. Unfortunately, the… Continue
Added by Kunal on November 24, 2008 at 3:18pm —
RecruitingBlogs works ! in terms of client and candidate generation and at Chronos we have seen the results from LinkedIn and Ryze - but whats up with Xing ? Does anyone have any expereince of it working for them ? Please feel free to link with me here.
Added by Dr Simon Harding on November 24, 2008 at 11:21am —
I found a great source of science headlines in one handy spot for everyone in medical sales, clinical diagnostics sales, laboratory sales, medical supplies sales, surgical supplies sales, DNA products sales, cellular/molecular products sales, imaging sales, pathology sales, histology sales, biotech sales, or pharmaceutical sales: it’s Sciencebase! It’s got a science blog, articles, links…it will help keep you updated on what’s happening in science news which will contribute to your job success.
Added by Peggy McKee on November 24, 2008 at 10:30am —
Audio version here
Frizzy-haired, New York-based, Canadian author, Malcolm Gladwell has just released a new book that everyone is talking about. It's surely going to be a bestseller.
And perhaps that's partly because the main premise is very simple and easy to understand: even naturally talented people need practice to… Continue
Added by Recruiting Animal on November 24, 2008 at 9:30am —
"They have little in common: Ron Jones, 52, short and strong, a union carpenter with decades of work experience; and Jerome Grant, 20, tall and thin, a Jamaican immigrant with a degree in culinary arts. But the economy has pushed them to the same difficult place.
On a recent morning, they sat across from each other at a one-stop career center here, feverishly applying for two months of temporary work with United Parcel Service. The pay was $8.50 an hour. There were 150 slots, and… Continue
Added by Steve Levy on November 24, 2008 at 7:38am —
I stumbled upon a debate about personal branding started by Geoff Livingston of The Buzz Bin a few days ago with his blog post: I Don’t Care About Your Personal Brand. While I disagree with the overall message, he does bring up some interesting points.
(Mitch Joel at Twist Image responded with a post: Why You Need To Care More About Your Personal Brand. I encourage you to read both posts, the comments, and come to your own conclusion).
To touch upon a few of the key… Continue
Added by Trace Cohen on November 24, 2008 at 7:05am —
Originally posted on www.CruiterTalk.com
Are you late for your interview? Did the Cat eat your… Continue
Added by Ryan Leary on November 24, 2008 at 12:51am —
Remember Ricky Nelson
's great song, Garden Party
"But it's all right now, I learned my lesson well.
You see, ya can't please everyone, so ya got to please yourself
You may not. Ricky was the precursor of the whole "rock star" thing. With more than 50 Top 100 hits, Nelson was second only to Elvis Presley as the most popular rock and… Continue
Added by John Sumser on November 24, 2008 at 12:00am —
ONE DAY AT A TIME
The most useless thing to do ............Worry
The greatest Joy........ .....Giving
The greatest loss.......Loss of self-respect
The most satisfying work......... ...Helping others
The ugliest personality trait...........Selfishness
The most endangered species..........Dedicated leaders
The greatest "shot in the arm"............Encouragement
The greatest problem to overcome......... ....Fear
Most effective… Continue
Added by Faisal Javed on November 23, 2008 at 2:30pm —