You are your own company - "Me, Inc." Your ability to translate the facts of your life into a story will dramatically impact the opportunities you have.
Start with your curiosity.
Go find some cool accounts, figure out who's got interesting Tweets, and follow them. Create a habit of a few minutes a few times a day keeping up on happenings in your spheres of interest.
The most important audience is you, and the most important story to learn to tell is your story.
When I launched my first company, I had no money for marketing. My Facebook reach was awesome though....
Instead of, "Is this what I want to do/be?", ask, "Will I be in a better position in 24 months than I am now if I try this?"
Many Crashers get thoughtful responses on pitches even if the role has already been filled.
Staring at resumes doesn't convey enough.
You have a phone addiction. Browsing social media, chatting with friends, watching videos, etc. etc. You can turn this into a job! No, I don’t mean getting paid to browse through apps and sites, I mean using your browsing in
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