Monday typography quotes 53
You can’t stop the waves, but you can learn to surf them. Do what you love and success will follow. Sometimes you have to do the things without passion and power, while life is interrupting you. But keep on keeping on and grab your board to surf over the problems to solve them and see that your fear was just an illusion. Have a good start int he week!
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Deuxième partie du cours sur les présentations Powerpoint ou Keynote donné lors de la summer school 2014. http://ift.tt/1pqAzGQ
People are the most important asset in any company but when it comes to measuring people KPIs most companies get it wrong.
What it takes to get hired at these top tech companies: A mixture of hard problem-solving skills and the right rapport with company culture.
When you’re hiring, how do you know when someone is right for the job? Is it an intuitive decision, or based solely on the facts of their experience?
It’s not so cut and dry, these leaders say.
“The one piece of advice that I would tell young people getting into the tech industry today is to surround yourself with smart people you can learn from,” says Jess Lee, CEO of Polyvore. When having inspiring comrades around means handpicking them from a crowd of applicants, the process of assembling your all-stars can be overwhelming.
A candidate’s success or failure at your company depends on more than their cover letter and resume. These industry influencers don’t rely on an applicant’s list of experiences, but read between the lines to what makes a great hire.
The things you should do to increase your chances of joining the millionaire’s club. None are either fast or easy. http://entm.ag/VPMAIt
Here’s how to keep in touch with your connections, without becoming a stalker.
From finding a job to meeting your next business partner or new client, you know that there are countless ways that your network can help you when you need it.
The problem is that reaching out, especially out of the blue, can feel awkward and inauthentic. You want to establish regular communication so that any requests are just part of the conversation.
So how do you reach out without feeling sketchy about the whole thing? “The key is if you strive to provide real value in your outreach, people will look forward to hearing from you, every time,” says Jenny Powers, founder of the professional women’s networking group, Running With Heels. “Soon enough, they’ll be reaching out to you as well and it won’t feel like a one way street.”
"Investigate the past with curiosity."
— Gerren Lamson. Watch the talk.
"Despite its widespread popularity, many small businesses aren’t utilizing Instagram to its fullest business potential," writes OPEN Forum contributor Angela Stringfellow. "Retailers post just 7.2 percent of their products on social commerce sites.”
Take advantage of the site’s influence…