Networking, girlfriends, good food, and an awesome suite! Read about my most recent experience at the Marriott Grand St Louis.
If you are a professional and have your company paying for the ticket is usually the standard. But as a blogger or social media type who works for themselves, then paying for the conference and its expensive like hotel, travel, etc. can be daunting. Obtaining a sponsor can help defray your costs!
I am a glorified conference junkie and I am proud to say it. But don’t let this post fool you—I cannot in any way attend all the conferences that I want to go to.
Attending the conference is just one aspect of networking; once the conference is over and you go home, the real work begins.
One of those such areas is connecting others who would benefit from the connection. I was poor at this previously and thought it was high time I began giving back what had been given to me.
If your goal is to build your business or get to know others in your niche or hobby group, then you know how important networking is.
Many experts will tell you that most of the job positions that are currently available will not be found on Monster, CareerBuilder, or in your local newspaper’s want ads.
There isn’t many bonds stronger than sisterhood. Together, we can do great things. We can share with one another and gain strength from each other’s personalities, we can confide in one another when things get rough, and we can be fabulous in each other’s company knowing our sister has out backs when needed. Yesterday, I […]
The last few days have been hectic to say the least. Still no full-time employment prospects as of yet but I have some projects on the burner to keep me busy. I’m working with a new soon-to-be non-profit called DJ’s 4 Troops as the Communications Manager. Learning the ropes about non-profit orgs is daunting, but […]