In retrospect there's much you could have done differently. Things would be so much different today if you had only known what you now know. Life would be easier; you'd weigh less; you'd have more money. The list goes on... … Read more about In Retrospect
A fortuitous meeting I almost didn't make led to my getting a job exactly one month to the day I was let go from my former one. … Read more about How I Got A New Job Inside One Month
Now that you've got your job interview scheduled, it's time to find out just who you're about to talk with. Here's how to gather information you can use in your job interviews, and how to use it. … Read more about What To Do Before Your Job Interview
Like marketing a business, finding a job requires taking massive action and doing many things at once. I'm currently on the hunt for my next job. If you're in this position, or think you're about to be, here's my advice to you based on what I'm doing. … Read more about How I’m Finding My Next Job
It's my belief that as a marketer today, you need to be able to code to some extent. Case in point: last night I was at the NOVA Python meetup where Peter Wang, cofounder of Continuum Analytics was speaking. When asked if there was a tool for exploring data, Peter said that the tools only go so far … Read more about Avoiding Shiny Object Syndrome And My Toolset
Progress, far from consisting in change, depends on retentiveness. When change is absolute, there remains no being to improve and no direction set for possible improvement: and when experience is not retained, as among savages, infancy is perpetual. Those who do not learn from the past are condemned … Read more about [Quote] Measuring Your Marketing Actions
"This is the Golden Age of new media innovation, and I intend to stay on the leading edge of it" - Robert Allbritton Apparently, that Golden Age does not include old media such as local television, in this instance WJLA (ABC7 here in D.C.), but rather new media blog sites like Politico. Why? … Read more about Does Anyone Care That Old Media Is Dying?