Bernie Borges: Social Media & Web Marketing

Posts Tagged ‘social

Apr 25, 2011

Five Ways to Maintain a Healthy Career

Too many people respond to a job loss by contacting their network for the first time in years. This is akin to dealing with an illness after it’s set in rather than living a healthy lifestyle to reduce the chance of illness. Just like illness may be impossible to prevent, sometimes a job loss can’t be prevented either. But, you can be so much better prepared to deal with a job loss when you maintain relationships with people with whom you’ve worked. Read More...

Mar 01, 2011

On-Going Learning is Not an Option

What about you in your job and career journey? Can you afford to rely exclusively on trainers like me to educate you? Even if you attend an on-line educational event on a weekly basis, is that enough? It’s important to develop a learning routine. Here is my routine, which is nearly 100% online. Four days a week, I get up at 5am and drive to the gym for my morning workout. I take my fully charged Android mobile device. During my workout I check for up to the minute news articles. Read More...

Feb 25, 2011

Business Builder Series Training Workshop – Clearwater Chamber

The Clearwater Regional Chamber of Commerce is offering this exciting educational series to help business professionals and executives understand new media marketing and more effective sales processes that produce more revenue opportunities. Read More...

Feb 24, 2011

Three Questions Career Seekers Must Ask Themselves

Each time I conduct a Social Networking for Job Seekers seminar I get a deeper understanding of what it’s like for career seekers in the business world. It’s always a humbling experience. I meet career seekers in different phases of their journey and in their career development. Some are unemployed, some are small business owners and some are sales professionals. Read More...

Jan 11, 2011

Boomers Need to Build and Maintain a Personal Brand for Career Development

Many boomers are reinventing themselves and their careers in the process. Most boomers feel and behave younger than their age. Yet, many boomers are limiting their potential for personal and career reinvention because they haven’t developed a personal brand. Social networking isn’t enough. Boomers must embrace the concept of building both professional and social credibility to build a sustainable personal brand. Read More...