Tuesday, January 13, 2015

[RED DEMOCRATICA] Which tasks on your to-do list can be eliminated?


Building a personal brand while staying true to yourself | The most important motivator is ... | Tips for hitting it off with new contacts
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January 13, 2015
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Getting Ahead
Building a personal brand while staying true to yourself
A "personal brand" has become an overused buzzword that encourages some people to stray from their true selves, Meghan Biro writes. Maintain a strong personal brand by getting your work done, being unselfish, staying thoughtful, facing your weaknesses and being authentic, she writes. Forbes (1/11)
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The most important motivator is ...
Employees generally desire the freedom to do their jobs, becoming skilled at their work and doing all that for a reason, Eric Barker writes. But most of all, they want to see progress. That's where celebrating the little things comes in: "Don't take that good presentation or minor achievement for granted. That's progress and paying attention to those can keep you trucking when you're feeling less than motivated," Barker writes. Barking Up The Wrong Tree blog (1/10)
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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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Tips for hitting it off with new contacts
It's possible to "click" with just about anyone, writes Lolly Daskal. Treat others with respect, smile, be genuine, find similarities with other people and remember names, she advises. Inc. online (free registration) (1/12)
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The ROI of Privacy with TRUSTe Solutions
Investment in a Data Privacy Management Platform can deliver significant, positive financial returns for corporate bottom lines. The "Total Economic Impact (TEI) of TRUSTe" Study explains how Forrester Analysts calculated a 151% ROI for TRUSTe customers. Download the study now.

The Landscape
42% of hiring managers report vacancies open for 3 months
A CareerBuilder survey of hiring managers found 42% held jobs open for three months or more, mainly because of a skills gap in the areas of health care, IT and engineering that led to a lack of qualified hires. Recruiters often vet applicants who may be missing one or two on-the-job trainable skills, yet they meet all the other factors for a position. Business Insider/Career Builder (1/6)
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Your Next Challenge
Following up after an interview is key to landing the job
A short, concise follow-up four or five days after the job interview shows employers you're truly interested in the job and reminds them why you're the right candidate. Use the follow-up note to pose a solution to a challenge or discuss a great idea you've had after the interview, suggests recruiter Rich Jones. TheMuse.com (1/12)
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Who's Hiring?
Position TitleCompany NameLocation
People Operations CoordinatorUberSan Francisco, CA
Admissions - Assistant DirectorThe Art InstitutesNovi, MI
Budget SpecialistICF InternationalFairfax, VA
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Balancing Yourself
Which tasks on your to-do list can be eliminated?
The "One Less Thing" principle involves prioritizing your to-do list and getting rid of the tasks that aren't important, according to author Tasha Eurich. Evaluate each of your tasks, asking yourself whether it can be done more efficiently, whether it can be delegated and whether it needs to be done at all. Fast Company online (1/12)
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The Water Cooler
It's high noon for horologists
Experts in measuring time, or horologists, are squaring off over a proposal to abolish "leap seconds," the additional period incorporated into the calendar to keep Coordinated Universal Time aligned with the solar year. Opponents argue that there's no way to reliably incorporate leap seconds into the calendar and the practice puts vital software at risk of crashing. The Atlantic online (1/9)
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-- Moliere,
French playwright
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