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Your Summary Sunday is a terrific resource, Hannah. We're always thrilled to be included.
I can't wait to see the reaction to your thoughts on Tours of Duty piece. This "Supertemps" discussion is going to be a hot topic -- and perhaps a way of life -- for quite some time.
6 months ago on Summary Sunday: Networking Like There’s No Tomorrow
As you already know, I agree with you. Many of the standard chats -- those I used to enjoy quite a bit -- have gone more than stale. Every response is not only a soundbite, they are quite often a buzzword-ridden cliche. Sometimes I just want to shout out "Answer 113" or "Answer 34" because we all know what is coming next, and from whom. Worse yet: when a chat that is supposed to help a certain demographic or mission... and the only people in the chat are the self-proclaimed experts. In the career space, for instance, there are often very few job seekers in the chats!
I am also in the hypocrite camp, however. YouTern runs #InternPro on Monday nights. We're about 16 months in, and coming up with interesting, unique topics isn't easy. We do, however, spend hours developing not just the topic but the 8 questions we ask each Monday. In the creative process, every voice is heard, from the newest intern to the CEO.
One other major difference from chat to chat is the strength of the moderator. We, and now others like #OMCChat, do not allow self-promotion or sharing of links during the chat. When someone is answering only in cliches or "Answer 34", we gently remind everyone that this is a "no-fluff, cliche-free" zone. The moderator, ultimately, is responsible for the quality of the conversation... and there are some out there who take that responsibility seriously. Those are the chats I still enjoy.
One other thought I'll share: for those new to Twitter... and for those still building their online presence... Twitter chats remain an amazing experience. They aren't yet weary of the cliche answers; they don't yet know all the the weak players from the strong; and they don't know the fluff and froth from the practical and actionable. They will learn, in time... and then maybe they can join us who've grown tired of the experts and echo chambers congratulating each other for a great "Answer 113".
8 months, 2 weeks ago on Twitter Chats Are Full Of Fluff
Hannah, while we are more-than-honored to be included, this list is not complete without mentioning your blog -- and your hard work.
11 months, 1 week ago on Top 11 Blogs For Job Search 2012
A terrific list for sure, Hannah... good people, good advice and good friends. Thanks for including me.
11 months, 1 week ago on 95 People to Follow On Twitter 2013
@AlexConde Thank you, Alex. We appreciate you taking the time to read, and comment!
1 year, 7 months ago on 12 Most Apparent Red Flags Every Working Stiff Ignores
@amberrisme Thank you, Amber. I hope this is of help to your husband... and wish him (and you) nothing but the best of luck!
@MeghanMBiro And I'm right there with you, Meghan... thank you!
So well done, Margie... one of the most thoughtful posts of the entire year. Thank you.
1 year, 11 months ago on Dear Trey and Bruce
This is a great message, Dan. Family, friends, being creative and health would be 1 through 4 also. No. 5 on my list, as Brian discussed, is my work. I'm incredibly grateful for a career that keeps me energized, motivated and challenged -- and helps others, too. Thanks, Dan!
2 years ago on Thoughts 4 Friday – What Are You Grateful For?
This is terrific advice CASUDI ... so practical, yet makes you think about what YOU want, instead of maybe how to keep up with trends or impress others. Well, done!
2 years, 1 month ago on 12 Most Fun Things To Obsess Over When Designing Your Own Space
dbvickery At YouTern, we work with a lot of young talent. Being a morning person stationed on the west coast, it used to bother me quite a bit when I would beat an east coaster to work (virtually, of course). Not anymore. Between the early risers and late workers on both coasts, our business runs nearly 24/7 -- and not even on purpose. Gotta love it, right?
Thanks for your comment, Brian... enjoy the evening!
2 years, 1 month ago on 12 Most Scary Business Lessons Learned from Halloween Monsters
margieclayman This was a fun post to do, Margie... my entire family got into it -- a team effort. They were the inspiration!
Biebert Thank you, Aaron... Hey, don't forget to leave some of tonight's candy for the kids. Enjoy!
ComConcepts Well done, Dennis! We don't mind at all that you linked your post... good stuff to keep the conversation going. Happy Halloween!
danielnewmanUV Appreciate the kind words, Dan... no go enjoy Halloween with those kids, yes?
shawmu Thank you, Shawn... glad you enjoyed (and love the evil laugh!)
This is a great post, MeghanMBiro... and not just for MBA grads; most points are spot on for just about everyone entering the workforce, currently looking for work or re-framing their careers. I particularly like No. 12. Tough (brave) advice, but so realistic -- and an absolute "must hear" in today's marketplace.
2 years, 1 month ago on 12 Most Valuable Lessons for New MBA Grads
Love this post, tamcdonald ... and will share with our youtern audience as a "MUST READ" for networking. From beginners all the way up to those of us who do this daily (and too often forget some of what you say here) this is really good information told in a sincere way. Well done, Sir!
2 years, 1 month ago on 12 Most Effective Ways to Expand Your Professional Network
Thank you so much for featuring YouTern; I really enjoyed doing the interview! More important, we appreciate your support of high-quality internships... both through your blog and by serving as incredible mentors.
2 years, 1 month ago on The Power of Internships: An Interview with Mark Babbitt of YouTern
Absolutely loved this post, Stan 9INCHmarketing . Not just the content, but really enjoyed the "interactive" nature. When you can have fun while you learn something new... that makes for an exceptionally good read!
2 years, 1 month ago on 12 Most Outrageous PR Stunts in the History of Marketing (and Lessons Learned)