For several years now, I’ve been keeping tabs on job descriptions that are similar to the work I do at Buffer or a level or two ahead of what I’m currently doing. I don’t ever apply to these roles, I just copy and paste the job title into a new note in an Evernote folder that I keep.Continue readingHow I Write a Future Job Description and Why It’s Useful
I recently celebrated my fourth ‘Bufferversary’ and couldn’t be happier to have spent the last four years with such a unique and inspiring team and company. This is the longest I’ve worked at one company and I’m very grateful to feel just as excited about Buffer as I was when I first started.
The Buffer values and culture are one of the top reasons I wanted to work at Buffer and over the years, they’ve continued to teach me lessons and help me grow as an individual. Here are just a few of the things I’ve learned from working at Buffer:Continue reading4 Lessons from 4 Years at Buffer
I’ve been quite career-focused ever since I was in University. I quickly realized that I wasn’t going to be a student forever and that the end goal of all of this studying was to get a job when I graduated and start building a career. Once I did start getting jobs and building my career, I was sure to advocate for myself, find ways to advance, learn, and grow.Continue reading6 Simple Things That Have Had a Huge Impact On My Career
Unexpectedly, 2019 turned into the year that I did more speaking engagements than ever before.
It started in late 2018, where a friend asked me to speak at an event she was helping to plan for work. I tried to turn her down citing that I was too busy but she was persistent and insisted that it would be a great experience and they would cover flights and accommodations. It turned out to be an incredible decision.Continue readingWhat Several Speaking Engagements (and Twitter) Have Taught Me About Public Speaking