Are You Always “On”? Living in a Connected World: Segment 3

We live in a digitally connected world, where many of us are regularly “on.” However, some firms are still fighting back against this phenomenon. Consider this example (from Jane E. Brody, writing for the NY Times): “Hurray for the HotBlack Coffee cafe in Toronto for declining to offer Wi-Fi to its customers. It’s HotBlack’s reason […]

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Are You Always “On”? Living in a Connected World: Segment 2

We live in a digitally connected world, where many of us are regularly “on.” According to Annie Kjellstrom: “Until recently, we connected with one another in person. We planned activities around what we liked to do together, not the best status update. We made photo albums (real ones) as a tribute to good times and […]

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Are You Always “On”? Living in a Connected World: Segment 1

We live in a digitally connected world, where many of us are regularly “on.” According to a study by A.T. Kearney of 10,000 ‘connected consumers’ (people who say they connect to the Internet at least once a week): “Our findings are fascinating and at times counterintuitive. Here’s the quick view: Continuous connectivity. More than half […]

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Self-Branding Across Roles and Life Stages: Part 3

Recently, Zarb School of Business Distinguished Professor Joel Evans of Hofstra University did an extended radio interview with Suzanne Phillips, Psy.D. on self-branding from different perspectives and across our diverse roles. Self-branding — how we see ourselves and how we want to be perceived by others — is a key to long-term personal and career […]

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Self-Branding Across Roles and Life Stages: Part 2

Recently, Zarb School of Business Distinguished Professor Joel Evans of Hofstra University did an extended radio interview with Suzanne Phillips, Psy.D. on self-branding from different perspectives and across our diverse roles. Self-branding — how we see ourselves and how we want to be perceived by others — is a key to long-term personal and career […]

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Self-Branding Across Roles and Life Stages: Part 1

Recently, Zarb School of Business Distinguished Professor Joel Evans of Hofstra University did an extended radio interview with Suzanne Phillips, Psy.D. on self-branding from different perspectives and across our diverse roles. Self-branding — how we see ourselves and how we want to be perceived by others — is a key to long-term personal and career […]

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Self-Branding Across Roles and Life Stages: Overview

Recently, Zarb School of Business Distinguished Professor Joel Evans of Hofstra University did an extended radio interview with Suzanne Phillips, Psy.D. on self-branding from different perspectives and across our diverse roles. Self-branding — how we see ourselves and how we want to be perceived by others — is a key to long-term personal and career […]

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Self-Branding for Personal and Career Success

We hear a lot about self-branding these days. This interview will not only help you understand self-branding, it will help you use it as a tool for personal and professional success. In this CoSozo “Psych Up” show, Dr. Joel Evans, author and Distinguished Professor in the Zarb School of Business at Hofstra University returns to […]

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Self-Branding for Personal and Career Success

Recently, I did a full-length radio interview with Dr. Suzanne Phillips for her CoSozo Psych Up Show  on the topic of self-branding for personal and career success. In this interview, the discussion goes far beyond the concept of self-branding for career success, the subject of earlier posts at this blog. Self-branding is relevant for every […]

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Social Media: The Good, the Bad, and the Ugly

Recently, I did a full-length radio interview with Dr. Suzanne Phillips for her CoSozo Psych Up Show on the topic of social media. We talked about the good, the bad, and the ugly aspects of social media — including a number of tips. If you have a few minutes (48 overall 🙂 ), then click […]

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