|Next Year Now|
You may be having that end of the year urge to make “some changes” in 2020. We’re happy to encourage you now before the holidays take over. If what’s next includes meeting and expanding your network we’d like to help with some of our best resources.
Your Social Media Presence
Like it or love it, your personal brand is more important than ever. How you show up on the internet is vital if you’re looking to participate in the modern world of work and business. Our guide “Building Your Brand on Social Media” will erase the mystery and make your brand work for you. GET THE GUIDE
The 3 Tiers of Networking
John Tarnoff, author of Boomer Reinvention, concludes our interview with this straightforward call to action. As he says “It’s all about the network. It’s always been about the network. 85 percent of jobs are filled through referrals, not through resumes.” GET THE BOOK | GET NETWORKING
Book: Taking the Work Out of Networking
Karen Wickre, the former Google executive, editorial director of Twitter, self-described introvert, and “the best-connected Silicon Valley figure you’ve never heard of” (Walt Mossberg, Wall Street Journal), offers networking advice for anyone who has ever canceled a coffee date due to social anxiety. Learn to nurture a vibrant circle of reliable contacts without leaving your comfort zone. GET THE BOOK | MEET KAREN
With Curiosity and Enthusiasm
Washington Post visual journalists Vicky, 64, and Suzette, 55, are publishing a 12-week newsletter series, Bold School: Approach life after 50 with curiosity and enthusiasm.
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