Then, do what I show you to do in the video. It will take you a few minutes to set up, and then you have full access to my courses (and thousands of others) on Pluralsight for 30 days. And, for every course that you watch that has my name on it (or, Jason Alba courses), you get an extra week of JibberJobber premium.
Watch all of my courses and get almost 20 weeks of JibberJobber premium.
Watch all of them again and now you are almost at 40 weeks. Do that as many times as you want.
All at no cost to you. But if 30 days isn’t enough, get a $29/month subscription… which is a lot less than what I sell my videos for.
I consider that a pretty sweet deal. Thanks to Pluralsight for letting me share 30 days of access to my users.
Would you do me a favor? Share this blog post with other job seekers, LinkedIn Groups, job clubs, coaches, resume writers, etc. That would help me, and hopefully help many other people. The share link is at the top-right of this post
I got a ping from my blog when he linked to one of my favorite posts, and checked out the context. I really like Scott’s thinking – he is very purposeful, and very experienced. I would pretty much listen to anything he said/wrote. Check him out at Cube Rules. Here’s his book on Amazon: I’ve Landed My Dream Job–Now What???
Actually, that is coincidental, not by merit. But here is what Joshua Waldman says:
“My friend and mentor Jason Alba started JibberJobber.com in 2006 and can claim development of the first online job-search platforms. By far, JibberJobber offers jobseekers the most comprehensive set of tools for managing relationships, job searches, and careers.”
Isn’t that cool? I like “the first”, “By far,” “the most comprehensive”… those have a nice ring to them
In the first edition, Joshua listed JobKatch.com and becomed.com in the list of “tools to organize your job search.” Those are both out of business. Of the others that are listed in the second edition, I’m guessing that three won’t be around in a year or two.
Dan Schawbel finally got his next book out: Promote Yourself. I don’t have a copy but there is a lot of info you can find in blog posts online (like this one from LinkedIn global spokeswoman Lindsey Pollak).
Dan has done a masterful job promoting himself. I’ve watched his career/business blossom over the years. I even shared the stage with him in North Carolina (Charlotte). It was the one and only time we’ve met in person.
Apparently it took Dan’s website down. That is a big deal. I used to crave mentions like hot superstars like that, tweeting and blogging about my stuff… Dan has worked very hard to get the attention he is getting.
I’m guessing this is a personal branding + career smarts + generational stuff (Dan is a big Gen Y advocate) book… if that sounds like your cup of tea, check it out here.
I’m on Facebook – Now What is NOW in the updated, second edition… !! Here’s a webinar (sign up here – no cost)that I’m doing with the coauthors (Jesse and I welcome Rachel Melia, Facebook expert and marketing consultant as a coauthor)… info below:
Facebook has over 1 billion users worldwide and has become a critical marketing tool. Do you know how to best utilize the social media platform to achieve your business objectives? We go into detail about many of the things organizations of all sizes need to know to be successful on Facebook in the recently released book I’m on Facebook — Now What??? 2nd Edition.
Join us for a FREE webinar with sessions from each of the three authors. In this 90 minute webinar, each authors will do a 30 minute presentation jam-packed with information. We will expand on content from the book as well as share brand new information not available anywhere else.
Date: June 27th, 2013 Time: 11am-12:30pm
Here is the schedule:
11am – 8 Tricks For Building a Thriving Facebook Community by Rachel Melia. Growing a thriving Facebook community can be challenging. In this webinar, learn 8 tricks for how you can build a community of the right fans that are engaged and ready to take action (and what to do next).
11:30am – Managing Professional Relationships on Facebook by Jason Alba. Finding prospects on Facebook (or any social network) is great. Now what do you do with them? Use a relationship management tool to develop your contacts into real relationships. Don’t let prospects fall through the cracks. Follow-up and nurture relationships.
12pm – Using Passion to Drive Growth and Conversation by Jesse Stay. Having grown many Facebook Pages to millions and millions of fans, Jesse has found one common theme that has helped grow all of them – passion. Focusing on the things that really resonate with your audience and implementing that throughout your social strategy will make night and day difference in how fast your brand grows for the amount you put into it. In this webinar Jesse will show you how to grow your brand on Facebook using passion, and what factors lead to a successful social strategy.
*P.S. We will pick three lucky webinar viewers that will each win a signed copy of I’m On Facebook — Now What???, and one webinar viewer that will win a signed copy of Jesse’s book Google+ Marketing For Dummies. Register now!
*P.P.S. Enter for a chance to win one of three $50 Amazon gift cards. Purchase I’m On Facebook — Now What??? 2nd Ed. and be entered to win. Write an honest Amazon review for two additional entries. Purchase the book from Amazon here. Enter by 7/3/13.
You know about my LinkedIn book. My Facebook book just went to the second edition. Did you know about the other Now What books? Here they are (prices are for paperback… all are available as ebooks or for the kindle):
I had a great call with Margaret Meloni a number of weeks ago. She does “soft skills” training with professionals and organizations. As we were talking told me she has a Congratulations You’re Out of Work program.
You can get her free audio and ebook here (scroll down to the bottom). Oh wait, there is a signup form there. She said if you don’t want to be on her list, you can download the goodies from this hidden page. THANK YOU Margaret! (everyone, send Margaret a thank you, and refer her stuff to project managers!)
I liked what I heard from Margaret because:
Some people are out of work because they need to work on their soft skills,
Some people haven’t “needed” to but they have time to work on them now,
Some people are having zero success in their job search because of their soft skills.
From her products page you can see she lives in the business world, helping people communicate better. She has a soft spot for professionals in transition.
When I was in the MBA program “culture” was the big buzzword. Companies that create a strong positive culture are companies where people want to work, and give 1,000%.
Companies with a weak culture have high turnover.
My wife and I were talking about “family culture” a few weeks ago. Applying “culture” to something like family, neighborhood, etc. is kind of hard if you haven’t been indoctrinated with the concept of culture.
I want to share an amazing 126 slide presentation from Reed. I know it’s long but this is an amazing slide on culture. Consider this a “sharpening your saw” exercise, take the time to go through this. Best presentation on culture that I’ve ever seen. It almost makes me want to go work at Netflix right now.