You tell me you want to be an athlete. But then you tell me you don't play any sports at all. It's time to get some reps under your belt. And this isn't just for sports—it's the same for your career.
If you're just starting a new job and need to learn a bunch of new tools, or are trying to pitch a company and want to show that you have the skills it takes to work there, this article is for you.
You don’t care what they call you or label you. You just want to do you. And you will. Keep it up. There’s nothing wrong with your generation.
Don’t limit the kinds of roles you can go after. Don’t put your brain to work only in the realm of analysis. Put it to action!
Instead of listing your skills and credentials on a paper resume, with Crash, you use the power of the internet to actually show what you can do.
Options don’t change the world or the holder of them. Actions do.
Here's the secret: you'll get more interviews with less total time spent than the typical approach. And it's way more fun!
Thinking about getting a job instead of going to college first is enough for a lot of people to think something’s wrong with you. But there are a few problems with this.
Would you rather have been making coffee and running errands at Spotify when it had 10 employees, or working as one of thousands of tellers at Bank of America? Thinking about your career in terms of jobs and titles is dangerous. Thinking in terms of skills and trends is powerful.
I'd never done digital marketing–until a startup offered me an entry-level position. Here's a breakdown of how to get the entry-level marketing job you want–no experience required.
Instead of a degree, employers want to know you have skills, the ability to show up, and the willingness to dive in and work hard.
Your work will still be here tomorrow. But will you?