GUEST POST: Bitcoins Getting Free Press On Hit TV Shows Like “The Big Bang Theory” By: D.J. Sartell I'm excited to share my first guest post about a recent trending topic - Bitcoins. This was the primetime subject matter during a recent episode of "The Big Bang Theory” that got a great deal of attention in driving this topic home … Continue reading Millennial to Millionaire: What the hell is a Bitcoin?
I'm sure you all have the perfect relationship with your boss... I'm talking open communication, honesty and feelings of equality. Right? Just kidding. Whether you work with an incredible leader or a reiteration of Satan, it's important to know how to constructively say no. According to James Richman's Fast Company article, the best teams are built on … Continue reading Millennial to Millionaire: How to Say NO
The famous elevator pitch. It has transformed the basic introduction into a strategic advantage, showing people who you are in about 60 seconds - You know, the time it takes to ride the elevator with your future employer. However, its not enough to have an elevator pitch. You've got to own it. Are you expecting a super handy … Continue reading Millennial to Millionaire: 3 Ways to Own the Elevator Pitch
I see you, daydreaming of your upcoming festivities. In an attempt to get you back to your fantasies of turkey and gravy, I will simply wish you (my one and only reader) a very happy Thanksgiving. Oh, and I'll provide you with a courtesy laugh as well: See you next Monday. Referenced from: … Continue reading Millennial to Millionaire: Happy Thanksgiving
Have you ever gone out to eat with your boss? Or more importantly, someone who you want to be your boss? There are 3 things you need to know before you grub with your current or future employer. For our purposes, let's call him Dave. 1. The meal starts before the food arrives. Chief … Continue reading Millennial to Millionaire: How to dine with your boss
The average recruiter will spend no more than six seconds looking at your resume. Six seconds. But hey, I don't make the rules. The good news is that there are three ways for your resume to stand out in that short time. 1. Quantify your experience Put what you've done into numbers. Maybe you're … Continue reading Millennial to Millionaire: 3 Ways Rock Your Resume
There are 5 seller profiles based on personality: The Relationship Builder (Mary) The Reactive Problem Solver (Clay) The Hard Worker (Daniel) The Lone Wolf (Steven) The Challenger (Rebecca) Keep in mind that in a sales call, Mary, Clay, Daniel, Steven and Rebecca are ALL following a similar and effective sales structure. They are asking the … Continue reading Millennial to Millionaire: What kind of salesperson are you? Pt.2
Surprise! You're a salesperson. I'll bet my last dollar (I'm not a millionaire yet) that you've had to sell yourself at least once. "Selling yourself": Interviewing Dating Flirting with the barista to get free coffee (wait, what?) Told ya. But, what kind of seller are you? According to The Challenger Sale, there are 5 seller … Continue reading Millennial to millionaire: What kind of salesperson are you? Pt. 1
How many hours a day do the most productive employees work? 8? 10? 12 maybe? Try splitting that in half. (Ready for your mind to be blown?) The most productive nations have the shortest work days. To get more specific, the "optimal" work day lasts 6 hours. That's 30 hours a week. Sounds great, right? … Continue reading Millennial to millionaire: The 6 hour work day
Hands say a lot. In fact, think about your most recent first date. (If you're reading this and you haven't had a first date in a while, I'll set you up with my one and only other reader since you two surely share a love of awkward writing and procrastination of much more important tasks). … Continue reading Millennial to millionaire: What do I do with my hands?