I like to attend professional networking events with freelancers a generation younger than me. It’s fascinating how millennials network much differently from boomers. Here is what I’ve observed: http://blogcritics.org/coming-of-age-as-a-self-employed-networker-field-notes-of-an-amateur-anthropologist-among-freelancing-millennials/
Demanding to get paid “what you are worth” can be UNhelpful advice. Too vague yet too emotionally fraught. Here is a guest post on this topic that I wrote for Carol Roth’s blog.
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My annual holiday letter, 2013
The dominant attitude on the internet seems to be that editing and rewrites are unnecessary, even undesirable. Spontaneity is the order of the day. But I edit most everything I write because it represents me as a professional writer.
Diana Schneidman’s annual holiday card.
There are a few Chicago folks who have expressed interest in a local group addressing ebooks and publishing, and who have set a time and date to get together. We would like to invite others in the area to join us:
When: Thursday, March 29, 2012 at 8pm
Where: The fabulous Rock’n’Roll McDonald’s 600 N Clark Street Chicago, IL
Here’s the my annual holiday letter, 2011
Another year has rolled by and it’s time for another holiday card. As I wrap up year 2 of Stand Up 8 Times and write my second letter to you, I guess I have a tradition going here.
When the experts discuss personal branding, they often cite the Nike brand first. I’ve got problems with the branding–I’ve always assumed that “it” means sex, not running.