If you don’t understand your industry, you can’t be successful. If you have been in the industry too long, you get steeped in tradition and are less capable of innovation. So what’s the real deal with domain expertise?
I launched an experiment. Instead of adding ideas to a growing list of “future blog posts,” I would just write down the idea and share it on Twitter and LinkedIn (without the full post). My LinkedIn profile views went up exponentially.
I have spent the past 15 years building products, teams, and companies. Along the way, I have read, watched, and listened to a LOT of content. Here are some of my favorites.
When considering a job opportunity, you might rely on gut instincts or you might create a spreadsheet and rank 10 different factors. Whatever you do, here are 3 things you should think about that you might not be considering.
What legacy will we leave for generations after us? I am not asking you to quit your job and join the peace corps. But think about your impact.
It is a career choice you may need to make. Here are some key things to consider.
Eric Schmidt famously told Sheryl Sandberg “If you’re offered a seat on a rocket ship, don’t ask what seat. Just get on.”
To start with, you need a basic level of skill across a wide range of topics. Then, you need to build superstar skills in one or two areas.
Building a happy and successful career takes time and energy. Try focusing on these four words to guide you in the right direction. Honest First, be honest with yourself. It’s amazing how easy it is to lie to ourselves. When you’re excited or upset, think carefully about your motivations, your loves, your fears, and your …Read more
Phone screens can be short and casual, but they deserve a disciplined approach. I have seen too many candidates fail because they didn’t properly prepare…