[issuu viewmode=presentation layout=http%3A%2F%2Fskin.issuu.com%2Fv%2Fcolor%2Flayout.xml backgroundcolor=FFFFFF showflipbtn=true pagenumber=31 documentid=101021021452-18b6800aacdb451e93e0c1ffb8538e17 docname=griot_oct10_final username=TheGriot loadinginfotext=The%20Griot%20-%20Fall%202010 showhtmllink=true tag=urban%20league width=420 height=544 unit=px] See my article that was published in the National Urban League New York Young Professional Group Magazine.
One of the easiest ways to find out about new job opportunities is by expanding our network. We learned this in last week’s post. We learned that building our weak relationships exposes us to many more networks of people. This unearths hidden opportunities unknown to Continue Reading →
Normally when looking for a new job opportunity we can ask people who we have a strong relationship to assist us in our search. Although it’s far easier to ask a trusted friend or family for a favor than a mere acquaintance, it is far Continue Reading →
The idea of being fulfilled is one well sought after by many. Last week we distinguished how the pursuit of goals and things external to ourselves only create a short lived sense of fulfillment. It’s only from our internal self that we can find what Continue Reading →