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
In the last few months, I’ve found myself particularly captivated by what other people in a similar role to mine might experience. I’m the only public relations person at my company and I work in-house, whereas a lot of PR people I know work for agencies.Continue readingMy Strategy For Cold Outreach
I had a LinkedIn profile before I had a job. That has nothing to do with tremendous foresight on my behalf and everything to do with a very supportive father who helped me set one up when I was on my way to University.
Now, 9 years later, I not only have a LinkedIn profile, but I’ve received job offers because of it. I’ve made valuable industry connections. I’ve kept in touch with professional contacts whose emails I didn’t have, and many many other things.Continue readingMy Step-by-Step Process for Editing a LinkedIn Profile
As I’ve written about before, I keep my LinkedIn profile updated even when I’m not job hunting.
If you’ve already set up a LinkedIn profile and you’re looking to take it to the next level, below are a few things I can suggest.
I am the kind of person that really thrives on lists. (This probably isn’t surprising if you know me at all.)
I make lists of tasks every day in Todoist, I keep a list of my goals, and the final type of list I make I can only really classify as “career lists.” They are lists I’ve been keeping for a few years now that are related to my career in one way or another.Read morE