The tips and advice in this article are suitable for wannabe project managers and for people who wish to advance a little with their career. This article offers a few tips on self-directed learning, and in areas where you should build skills and grow your experience.
This article not only provides invaluable tips for budding freelance writers, but also tackles the subsequent issues:
I spent the first 46 years of my life in the Bay Area, the Bay Area was the term I remember from childhood, we lived in the “Bay Area”, even though we lived in Campbell, Ca 95008.
Kronos is a workforce management software company. My nickname for my nemesis manager was Kronos but my insufferable editor insists that KRONOS is a better pseudonym for the company. My nemesis will be hence forth known as Napoleon, i.e. Napoleon syndrome/little man and all that jazz. Likewise, my choice of Jezebel as the name for the supervisor doesn’t agree with her low brow popular culture sensibilities. Everyone knows what Jezebel means but she is digging her heels in on David Brent being a better name. She says anyone who hasn’t watched the office and doesn’t know that David is short-hand for intolerable, incompetent, un-self-aware, and self-important, isn’t the type of person you want reading your biography. A bit hypocritical of her expecting people to understand her references while calling me a snobby exclusionist for mine but we will ignore that because what is life without occasional un-fair contradictions?
Perhaps you’ve been wondering, what’s wrong with me? When you apply for employment, you get invited for interviews, but you have yet to hear the words “Congratulations, you’ve got the job.” Not getting the job might have several reasons.
Where is most of your attention and focus in life going right now?
What is our motivation? What is it that drives us every day to get out of bed? According to Aristotle, the answer to these questions is Eudaimonia, which roughly translates to happiness. Happiness is the main incentive for all of our actions.
Being a Writer is not as easy as it sounds. There are a lot of people who will crash your hopes and dreams just because of your sample article. A potential client will nag you about not following instructions and they are not even paying you yet for your article.
We writers are, for the most part, an isolated bunch of creatives, hunkered down with our journals, notepads, and pens or punching out stories on our phones or computers.
If you have an upcoming interview with your dream employer, congrats!
There is always a little spark of fear when accepting a new job where I know I am going to be writing content. Despite my love of writing, I am overwhelmingly self-conscious of my dyslexia, and what others may think of my work in light of it.