Tuesday, November 25, 2014

[RED DEMOCRATICA] Why you should schedule free time into your day


Negotiating tips from the lead guitarist of Twisted Sister | How to make a midlife career change | A guide to seeking LinkedIn recommendations
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November 25, 2014
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Getting Ahead
Negotiating tips from the lead guitarist of Twisted Sister
Jay Jay French of the band Twisted Sister recalls the early days of playing Manhattan clubs and how tough it was to negotiate pay with club owners. Two keys were to know the financial situation of the business and to build relationships with management by always going the extra mile, he writes. Inc. online (free registration) (11/24)
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How to make a midlife career change
Making a career change in your 30s or 40s is a step-by-step process that involves assessing your skill set, investing in education and gathering a group of other successful people around you for help, writes Deborah Mitchell. Entrepreneur online (11/24)
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How Much Do You Really Need to Make? The Answer May Shock You
Rather than focus on what you can afford to pull out of the business to cover your living expenses, you need to focus on how much you need to earn at your business in order to afford the lifestyle you want to have. This is where the Personal Earnings Goal, or PEG, comes into play. Learn how to calculate your PEG and find out how much you really need to make.

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A guide to seeking LinkedIn recommendations
Before seeking a LinkedIn recommendation, narrow your network to a small number of influential followers you'd like to approach, Jewel Bracy DeMaio writes. "Settle on a number: 10, 25, 50, or 100 people with whom you had a positive professional relationship," she writes. Careerealism.com (11/24)
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Three business travel misconceptions—debunked
Does social media have a place in corporate business travel? Is mandating policy enough to gain policy compliance from business travelers?
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The Landscape
Are companies ready to embrace job training?
More companies are recognizing the need to collaborate with colleges on job-training programs rather than just relying on workers with traditional four-year degrees, Peter Coy writes. The Workforce Investment Act, which Congress passed this year, could accelerate the trend, Coy writes. Bloomberg Businessweek (11/20)
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Your Next Challenge
Ask interviewers to define success for the position
During job interviews, ask who typically succeeds at the position that you're applying for, experts say. "This question gives you 'insider information' about the position and the interviewer's perspective on the organization," says Katharine Brooks of Wake Forest University. Business Insider (11/24)
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Balancing Yourself
Why you should schedule free time into your day
Scheduling rest -- such as reading, thinking or doodling -- into your daily routine can boost creativity and reduce stress, suggests Elizabeth Grace Saunders. "[A]s a creative person, you literally need this time to be mentally replenished," she writes. 99U (11/24)
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The Water Cooler
How UPS prepares temporary hires for the holiday rush
UPS is hiring about 95,000 workers to help sort and deliver holiday packages. The hires are put through a crash course that covers how to avoid back injuries, how to use packages as shields against threatening dogs and how to navigate busy streets, says Tony Hussienroshdy, a safety trainer. Bloomberg Businessweek (11/24)
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