Have I got a cool one for you this week. For those of you who know me, I'm a huge advocate of business ownership. As it turns out, the risk-taking spirit of ownership is something that runs in my family. My great grandfather Edward Martin owned a hotel in Ontario, Canada around the turn of the century, and today, I want to share some neat stuff with you from that hotel.
Here's a trip back in the Throwback Thursday machine for you. I wandered over to an old social network page of mine. Yes, I did indeed visit MySpace. A website that, as it seems, just a few short years ago was booming with success. It's changed. Have a look at what I mean.
Exactly one year ago today, we wrote this awesome post about your LinkedIn profile called "120 Character Description". It was a highly read and shared piece about the importance of your LinkedIn headline and how to use it properly. It's probably one of the most valuable pieces of LinkedIn advice we've ever shared. Until today.
Construction, warehousing, retail, food handling, automotive, mechanical, repair, shipping, sales, and transport are all industries I have worked in outside of the marketing and technology field I am in now. So, for this Throwback Thursday, I wanted to share a few pictures from some of those jobs.
Awkward is always a fun topic, isn't it? Who doesn't like to hear about someone else's uncomfortable situations? Stories about breaking wind at the wrong time or being rejected by someone who caught your eye always seem to be a hit. Today, I want to share another awkward situation. Have a read!
When my clients meet me, they will usually find me in either a nice pair of dress shoes, or a comfortable pair of safety boots, depending on where I'm going or what I'm doing for the client. This Throwback Thursday, let's look at a different phase.