Sure, you've written a lot of emails in the past, but when you start working in the industry, emails become a key form of daily communication that keep things running smoothly (alongside other tools like Slack, Voxer, and good ol' face-to-face meetings). Here are a few resources to help you become a better communicator via email and instantly be better at your job, no matter your role.
Soham gives us a look back at the early days of his career and how he stays motivated, and shares his thoughts on entering the Burger King’s Fools' Challenge.
Benita Conde worked in the advertising industry for close to 20 years, holding leadership roles in resource management, project management, recruiting and talent development at agencies such as Fallon NY, BBH NY and Anomaly NY. Now she is the founder of Create Radical Love, a life coaching and consulting approach for people who want to radically love their whole life experience, not just compartmentalized parts of it. This week, she brings us advice on how to let go of the fear-based and limiting thoughts we all have about ourselves, and move through the job hunting process more mindfully.
Jen Nash has been in business for over two decades as a Creative Director and senior strategist for Fortune 100 companies, and has additionally built a multi-million-dollar real estate company for herself. As Chief Money Instigator, Jen's philanthropic initiative is focused on inspiring grads to negotiate better starting salaries at their next job. This week, she brings us four concrete tips to help you negotiate what your worth, even early in your career.
To help you connect with the right people, here are 5 methods to find (almost) anyone's email address. These tips should be used responsibly, but without shame. People make their professional info public to expose themselves to great people and opportunities. It's all waiting for you, if you know where to look.
Whether you've secured an internship for the summer or are in the midst of your search, it's smart to start thinking about how to get the most out of your time as an intern. To help you slide into a full-time position, or squeeze the most value from your three month stint, here are five good habits of high performing interns.
After shortlisting the right agencies and priming your resume, the informational interview is one of your most underrated tools. By informational interview, I mean reaching out to someone at an agency you're interested in—whether it's your first one or your next step—to ask for a conversation (via email, phone or in-person) that helps you learn more.