I read over 270 marketing job descriptions, found 5 repeated qualifications, and matched them with free certifications from thought leaders like Wharton Business School to give you no buts from getting the role you've always wanted.
Anyone can show up to work; not everyone can perform.
As much as we emphasize "delivery," team's often forget about the most important element of every role: performance. So where do you start and what do you measure? Get ready to find out.
Obsession pays: after 1,460 days, 500 Uber Eats deliveries, 160+ applications, ~63 rejection letters, and 4 offers, I signed a piece of paper that would set in motion my first full-time role in 4 years.
"Culture eats strategy for breakfast." As much as we feel that company culture has been beaten to death, culture really does start at Day 1. Before building your product. Before scaling your team. Before any customers.
We often hear the business adage, "power is knowledge" but what if I told you this is wrong? Sometimes, collecting more info can work against you rather than with you. Especially when building a team or filling a role.