Yes, this comic is in jest, but even comedy has some nuggets of truth. It’s certainly worth thinking about how others will perceive your online brand.
What would you do for work if money didn’t matter?
In this column, David Fuhriman tackles it from another angle, inspired by the advice, “Always do your very best in your job, but if you don’t like what you’re doing enough that you would do it for free, quit.”
More ammo against the 9-to-5 workday, courtesy of social media. (via Wasted Time at Work Infographic | Productivity losses in the Workplace | Biz 3.0)
Great read from ProBlogger.
My addition: Schedule in one smaller task each week and one larger task per month that focuses on enhancing your website or your personal brand. A smaller task might be rewriting your About Me/bio page. A larger task might be reaching out to people you’ve met in person (at a conference, maybe) with whom you’d like to collaborate.
Great reading material ahead of my personal branding panel at IFBC this weekend.