Business Communication Today, 15th Ed.
Chapter 14. Planning Reports and Proposals
"Just because you were able to schedule a phone interview over an in-person, doesn’t mean it’s time to slack off.
Leo Widrich makes the case.
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Drake Baer presents the case.
According to Jacquelyn Smith, "Employers today aren’t necessarily only looking for candidates with the right set of technical skills and years of experience under their belt.
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"In 1994, John Lasseter, Andrew Stanton (photo, left), and two other Pixar executives had a lunch meeting where they hatched the ideas for "Monsters Inc.
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Danny Rubin weighs in on the subject.
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Robin Reshwan presents her list.
James Altucher has a different take on the subject.
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Shane Parrish, founder of the Farnam Street blog, discusses the concept of the circle of competence.
John Brandon has mastered his email inbox but "there's one thing [he's] mastered even more than that: spotting a lack of confidence.
Richard Feloni lists Napoleon Hill's observations on the topic.
Ash Roy (photo, left) weighs in on the topic.