- Producer09/12/2016The Door to the Future Pioneering a new path forward only happens when the pioneer actually walks on the path. Over the last few years many organizations have witnessed many changes. The organizations whose past successes brought them to the door of the future are finding...
- 04/12/2016Two part article on what you need to know about SEO before you create your website.
- Producer05/12/2016beBee.com Building trust through action while building a nework with passionI have experienced that beBee.com will deal with issues head on to build and maintain the trust of its members.I have read I don't know how many tales of being ignored by the owners of a social network and nightmares in getting issues resolved. I...
- Producer05/12/2016HOW TO AVOID EATING GRANDMA! (Punctuation saves lives)In today’s world of text speak, blogging and one line emails, is punctuation still important? Is it an unnecessary complication to our already complicated lives? Should children still be taught to punctuate correctly? In a few short years, the rise...
Comments08/12/2016 #13 Robert BookerWhile in college, a short few years ago, I noticed many punctuation marks. However, that is not all. I also noticed many misspelled words. I had gone back to college at the age of 65. The ones that were making these mistakes were fresh out of high school. Most did not know the difference of the words your, you’re, or a lot, and many others.
How did they graduate from high school to college? I do not care if we tweet, Facebook, LinkedIn, or any other social media; we need the correct punctuation. We might use the computer more than we hand write material, but we still need to know how to write and use punctuation and spelling.
Thank you for the article. I hope others read it. I have many friends who are educators and they are always posting lessons on punctuation. Oh, I mean they are posting those lessons on social medias where people forget how use punctuations and such.
- 05/12/2016My latest on Inc. Magazine. beBee Brand Ambassador @Deb Helfrich is mentioned in the post!8 Steps To Building a Powerful Personal Brand That Will Change Your Lifewww.inc.com Before I took these 8 steps to create my personal brand I was in a job I hated and my career was going...
Comments07/12/2016 #19 Elizabeth BaileySome articles you read and are moved to comment on and share immediately. I did that with this article, but what is different with this one is I am still thinking about it a couple of days later. I think I need a beBee "scrap book" for brilliant articles like this.06/12/2016 #18 David B. GrinbergJohn, kudos to you for making the positive change necessary to advance your career in an uncertain job market. You provide a good roadmap for others to follow should they choose to take "a leap of faith." Like I always say, no risk no reward. And I'm very pleased that you are reaping the well deserved rewards. I shared this here, on Twitter and on LI.05/12/2016 #17 Deb Helfrich@John White, MBA, all 8 tips are great and #5 is simply perfect - but personally, it is the payoff of the last two lines - not having to feel nauseous on Sunday night - that is really what becoming your own personal brand is all about, And we also proved it is far from lonely - there is so much 'power' available once you have built that community. Insights, encouragement, and assistance is merely a comment away.
"beBee is like having a worldwide board of directors on call."05/12/2016 #11 Jared WieseGreat article, John. I will refer to this often.
I see this has a nice tie to @Kevin Pashuk's https://www.bebee.com/producer/@kevin-pashuk/what-do-you-bill-gates-warren-buffet-and-bono-have-in-common
We need to take charge of our careers, which starts with our audience, what value we offer them, then our brand.05/12/2016 #8 Michele WilliamsVery helpful advice @John White, MBA . I can't decide if point #5 or #6 is my favorite, but many people fail to realize point 5: "Before creating content, you need an audience."
This post is the perfect "how to" complement to yesterday's New York Times op-ed "Don’t Quit Social Media. Put It to Work for Your Career Instead." http://nyti.ms/2gZDkwL05/12/2016 #1 Mamen DelgadoGreat article dear @John White, MBA!! And four years ago I felt exactly like you, I didn't have any visibility on Google, I didn't have LinkedIn profile, neither Twitter (well I had Twitter with zero tweets which is even worse...), and no web site. And now I look back and see the difference, and I support every of your steps on this article on Inc. Magazine.
Well done!! And thanks for opening a path for some people. 😘
- Producer30/11/2016Here’s a Quick Way to Stop Those Embarrassing TextsThe pen was once mightier than the sword. Today, there is something even more dangerous – the send button.I am not afraid of the words I write, for they are easy to edit, undo and delete. The part that scares me is that little send button. It...
Comments03/12/2016 #4 Randy KehoOn the day my mother passed, I got a text from an unknown number offering assistance relating to my grief period.
I responded with "Who the hell is this?"
It was my new boss. I hadn't stored his number, yet.
Fortunately, we'd worked together on occasion when we were equals, and he knew I was a smartass.
He responded with ""I see you haven't changed a bit."
- 03/12/2016This blogger shares a very interesting way of seeing things.ALWAYS LOOK ON THE BRIGHT SIDEwww.avirtualpresence.co.uk
- 30/11/2016"In an interview the single most important thing to demonstrate is that you can be trusted to do the job." ~Deb Helfrich > https://www.amazon.com/dp/B01GM70MOS
- 26/11/2016This is why it is good to both be a Virtual Assistant or consider using one.50 fastest growing online jobs, report indicates creatives in top 10m.bizcommunity.com Freelancer.com has just released its quarterly report on the top 50 fastest growing online jobs for Q3...
- Producer22/11/2016I Am MoreI'm a newBee, (thank you @MSweetwood for finding and following me on Twitter) and having read and enjoyed many articles already I thought it was about time to introduce myself and share my story, or its prelude as @Jim-Murray says.But that poses its...
Comments22/11/2016 #10 Mohammed A. Jawad@Elizabeth Bailey Aha...You have summed up your story, with a tincture of frankness and honesty. The best part is to be on your own, with determination and toil, and shape success. I am sure when you flip your past and measure your endeavors, you'll realize how tough it was to accomplish something that's now a worthwhile success. Good wishes to you and welcome to the world of buzzing, bolstering beBee!
- 16/11/2016Can't help it but I never pass up on a bit of advice from Warren Buffet, not because he's loaded but because he's successful.Warren Buffett Advice ... Does this Advice Startle You?digitalsparkmarketing.com I like to read … why? To be entertained and to learn new things. Warren Buffett advice is a favorite reading when articles deal with business...