We’re having a great year at ANDERSON, what does that mean? Growing our team! As we’ve interviewed graphic designers, web designers, PR account managers, and interns for all fields of our business – we’ve learned that some people need a job interview lesson.
What do we look for in an interviewee?
- Arrives on time
- Brings extra copies of their resume
- Dresses appropriately
- Speaks eloquently
- Has read through our website (knows what we do)
Want some more ideas on how to nail an interview? Check out this infographic with some tips and tricks on what you may encounter during an interview.
Been wondering if or why your business should take the social media plunge? The folks over at Wix.com created a pretty airtight infographic to tell you exactly why.
For just about any business, “it’s about generating a conversation with clients where they already hang out”. They said it first, but we couldn’t agree more.
Have a look below for more nuggets of social media goodness!
There’s nothing like the wisdom of Seth Godin. For the true blue Seth fans, this post will be ever more meaningful to you. If you’re not a fan of Seth, I hope you will eventually become one. I personally feel that this little spinet can make a small impact on your day so don’t fight it…enjoy it!
You can read the post on Seth’s blog here or I’ve provided it below:
Are you going to succeed because you return emails a few minutes faster, tweet a bit more often and stay at work an hour longer than anyone else?
I think that’s unlikely. When you push to turn intellectual work into factory work (which means more showing up and more following instructions) you’re racing to the bottom.
It seems to me that you will succeed because you confronted and overcame anxiety and the lizard brain better than anyone else. Perhaps because you overcame inertia and actually got significantly better at your craft, even when it was uncomfortable because you were risking failure. When you increase your discernment, maximize your awareness of the available options and then go ahead and ship work that scares others… that’s when you succeed.
More time on the problem isn’t the way. More guts is. When you expose yourself to the opportunities that scare you, you create something scarce, something others won’t do.