Darcy Rezac’s – The Frog and Prince
What does a frog pond have to do with building you support network?
Like the princess looking for her prince, you’ll have to kiss a lot of frogs to build a good network. And to find the frogs, you’ll need to hang out at ponds.
In Darcy Rezac’s book “The Frog and Prince”, Darcy talks about way to build and maintain your support network. With a “fun” backdrop of frogs, ponds, and insightful anecdotes, Darcy gives you plans and advice that should help you ribbet with the best of them – and avoid croaking.
Secrets of a three time job seeker by Elisha Kasinskas
Losing your job due to downsizing or budget cuts is tough for anyone.
Having it happen to you 3 times in 4 years can be devastating.
But that’s exactly what happened to me.
I made it through and so can you.
It’s all about just one person – You!
It’s all about how you deal with the situation, what you learn from it, and how you grow.
Give First Economics in the real world
I’ve been relatively quiet about Give First Economics (GFE) – gently pointing out instances where I’ve used it, or when I want to call attention to others employing it.
Some may not think of GFE as an economic theory, but it works – and people are employing it in real world situations.
I jumped out of my chair the other night while reading Seth Godin’s blog. He talks about the typical marketing mindset, and then about his father – about giving first.
A good source of insights
I started getting different electronic magazines (ezines) a while back – my take is like that of Forest Gump and the chocolates: you never quite know what you’ll get. Some times there isn’t much to them, and other times an article will get you to take notice and consider. The Achievement Ezine had one like that over the summer…
How can you give to make an impression?
Jeffrey Gitomer’s sales credentials run off the page (including columnist, speaker, and author of several books), and he’s willing to give you his advice … for free! You may think that if you’re not into sales there isn’t much to see, but I’d suggest otherwise – everybody is selling some thing at some time or another …-)