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Dan Schawbel
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I caught up with Diane von Furstenberg  at the first annual Lead On Watermark Silicon Valley Conference for Women on February 24th. She was the opening keynote and gave an empowering message to all women in attendance about life, careers and success. Diane entered the fashion world in 1972 and two [...]
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Employers will need to be more flexible with employees as their demands increase.
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Here are five ways that you can stand out as a professional so that people pay attention to you.
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New presentation on Generation Z!
This presentation reveals the top 20 research findings from Millennial Branding and Randstad's global Gen Z study. It's the first of it's kind and will help everyone understand what makes this upcoming generation so unique.
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No one can argue that our personal and professional lives have come together through the power of technology. This is especially true for entrepreneurs who are working all the time and have no personal lives, but even for workers at major companies, the boundaries are gone between work and life. [...]
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Passion clearly isn't enough in an economy where 50 percent of millennials are either unemployed, underemployed or have given up on their job search.
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KedvesDan!     Érdekel a jővő generációja  Szerinted  mennyire  lesznek versenyképesek azok akiknek    nem lesz lehetőségük arra ,hogy azonos színvonalú iskolákban tanuljanak ?  Mennyire várható az a tendencia, hogy a népesség felgyorsulása ,megfelelő egzisztenciát teremt az embereknek?  , Szeretettel Elizabeth
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Micromanaging has definitely been seen as blight on management, but there are times when micromanagement actually makes sense. To distinguish quote, unquote, "healthy micromanaging" from unhealthy, I recently spoke to Ron Edmondson, who is a pastor at the Immanuel Baptist Church. …<br /><a href="http://quickbase.intuit.com/blog/2014/07/09/why-micromanaging-can-be-a-good-thing/">Read »</a>
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They have been doing this for quite a while, When I was laid off in 2000 from the dot.com in San Francisco, along with a couple of hundred thousand others, I was too old and too over qualified at age 59. I wanted to stay in Silicon Valley to be near my daughter, who lived with her mother so I was not willing to move elsewhere, my decision. My experience did not count, only that I did not fit in culturally. Most would not admit that, although a couple indirectly alluded to it. Out of several hundred resumes, emails and other forms of communication, including networking with friends, college alumni, etc., I had 3 interviews in 2 years, all with someone 20-30 years younger than I. I could tell they were not comfortable and so we mutually cut the interviews shorter than could have been.
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Managing Partner of Millennial Branding, LLC and bestselling author of Me 2.0
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  • Millennial Branding
    Founder, 1 - present
  • EMC
  • Time Warner
  • IBM
  • CitiGroup
  • CareerBuilder
  • DeVry University
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Personal Branding Expert, Bestselling Author, Speaker & Columnist
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Dan Schawbel, recognized as a "personal branding guru" by The New York Times, is the Managing Partner of Millennial Branding, LLC, a full-service personal branding agency. He is the author of the #1 international bestselling career book, Me 2.0: 4 Steps to Building Your Future (Kaplan Publishing). Me 2.0 made the New York Times summer reading list for job seekers, was one of three social networking books recommended by Shape Magazine, was the #1 career book of 2009 by The New York Post, is a #1 bestseller in Japan, and is also being translated into Chinese, Korean, Spanish, and French. Recently, Dan was named to the prestigious Inc. Magazine 30 Under 30 list.

With over one million results for his name in Google, 119,000 Twitter followers, and a maxed out Facebook account (5,000 friends), Fast Company calls Dan a “personal branding force of nature." BusinessWeek named Dan as one of twenty people entrepreneurs should follow on twitter, alongside Richard Branson and Details Magazine cited him as one of five internet guru's that can make you rich. He is the founder of the Personal Branding Blog®, which was the #1 job blog by Careerbuilder in 2008 & 2009, is an AdAge top marketing blog and is syndicated by Reuters, Forbes, Fox Business and other major networks. Dan is also the publisher of Personal Branding Magazine® and the Student Branding Blog, head judge for the Personal Brand Awards®, director of Personal Branding TV®, and holds live Personal Branding Events. As a brand futurist, Dan was one of the first seven bloggers to have their own iPhone application.

In 2007, Dan co-created one of the first social media positions in a Fortune 200 company, EMC Corp. He is a syndicated columnist for Metro US (New York, Boston & Philadelphia), reaching over 1.2 million readers bi-weekly. At 27 years old, Dan is the youngest columnist at BusinessWeek and a blogger at Forbes. He has written articles for The Wall Street Journal, TIME, Entrepreneur Magazine, BrandWeek Magazine, Mashable, AOL Jobs, Yahoo! Shine,  MediaPost, BNET, and Advertising Age.

Dan has interviewed over 400 successful business people and celebrities, such as Chelsea Handler, Nicole Richie, Jillian Michaels, Sammy Hagar, Fabolous, Tony Hawk, MC Hammer, Kathy Ireland, Jerry Springer, Perez Hilton, Timbaland, Tim Ferriss, George Foreman, Ivanka Trump and Tom Peters. He's been featured in over 350 media outlets, such as The New York Times, The Wall Street Journal, ELLE Magazine, The Washington Post, CBS, ABC News, MSNBC, NPR, USA Today, Forbes, and The Boston Globe. He's a regular contributor to Fox 25 Morning News, and was named to Alicia Keys’ social media advisory panel. His work has also been cited in over 20 books, including Marketing 3.0 by Philip Kotler, KaChing by Joel Comm, and The Facebook Effect by David Kirkpatrick.

As a national speaker, Dan has spoken to Google, IBM, CitiGroup, Time Warner, Symantec, Harvard Business School, and MIT, and has shared the stage with thought leaders such as Seth Godin. He is also a founding member of the Young Entrepreneur Council. Dan lives in Boston, MA and graduated Magna Cum Laude from Bentley University in 2006.

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I turned in a Lexus and leased a new Camry XLE. I got a good deal especially because I knew the sales people who came over from Lexus. They lowered my payments and I didn’t need it after a year because I moved to Boston. I sold it back to the dealership and they were cooperative, friendly and efficient. It only took about 15 minutes before they took it back.
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