Ernest Hemingway once said, “write drunk and edit sober.” That’s just one of many pieces of advice I’ve received (and read) on blogging. Another is to try and post at least every other day. The former piece of advice has been much easier for me than the later. And despite having just returned from a lovely vacation on the island sands and links of South Carolina, my brain is dead. I have lost the creative talent (yes, some will suggest it was never there for the losing) required to put together 350+ words worth reading. Fret you not, committed followers. I have lots to say and intend to say it. I just need a creative hiatus for a few more days. Here’s what’s on tap, though:
- SHRM10 is just around the corner and I’ll be blogging real-time during and after the sessions in collaboration with several other Talent Management Bloggers (and on-behalf of a widely known Workforce News Aggregator); previews of some of the planned sessions (straight from the presenters mouths) will follow shortly.
- The Not-So-Back-Office Feature was an instant hit after Steve Browne’s debut. I’ve already had several conversations with other #TrenchHR leaders prominently successful in their fields and will be posting their sage observations soon.
- I have some first-hand experience now with partnering with a professional resume strategist during a career search. I’d like to share some of my thoughts on why I think it’s really stupid not to do so.
Talk atchya soon.
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