How to Create Job Opportunities
One of the best ways to get hired is to showcase your skills.
How Play Helps Real Estate Brokers Sell Million Dollar Listings
Ryan Serhant, the top real estate broker in NY and #6 in the US, trains his sales team through play. By incorporating games into training sessions, he encourages creative thinking and fosters a positive team dynamic. Play proves to be an effective tool for boosting sales and driving growth.
How Matt Mazzeo Got His Start by Doing Free Work
Matt Mazzeo, managing director of Lowercase Capital, advises young people to add value to portfolio companies of firms they want to work for, instead of just asking for jobs. By doing free work and offering value, you can make yourself stand out and potentially land your dream job.
You Should Take the Strengths Finder Test (plus: My Results)
I finally got around to reading Strengths Finder 2.0, after seeing it in the top 5 books on Amazon overall, year after year. I bet hundreds of companies have purchased this book by the truckload. It’s not actually a book. It’s an assessment test, packaged inside of a book.
How Jack Dorsey used Free Work to Start His Career
"I found their email address list, for the entire corporation. I got the email for the CEO, I got the email for the Chairman, and I sent them an email and said: “I’m Jack. You have a hole in your system. Here’s how to fix it.""
Are you skilled enough to get paid?
A reader named Joe reached out and asked: “How good at something do you need to be before reaching out to companies for free work?" Good question. I’ll tell you my story so you’ll be able to put the pieces together for yourself.
Sheep Sexy: A Lesson from Tim Wakefield
I watched Tim Wakefield pitch a few weeks ago. The guy is 42-years old and his pitches can still make a seasoned hitter’s knees buckle. Wakefield is awesome for one simple reason. Here's what I learned from him...