This quick (and way overdue) post is dedicated to the go-getters, the goal-diggers and young, hardworking professionals.
I used to think that prioritizing work over my personal life was the only way to achieve my career goals. But recently, I concluded that I was wrong.
It’s a balmy evening in Barbados and I’m sitting face to face with Paul Carrick Brunson. Endorsed by Oprah, adored by tens of thousands of social media fans and now, by a group of Barbadian women who have just heard him speak on life, love and success.
Paul, a mentor, entrepreneur and TV host, known for his matchmaking skills, is here as the keynote speaker at an inspirational event, Live Again: The Barbados Experience. The universe conspired for me to interview him for this post and I am beyond grateful! You’ll see why as you read on.
Almost every week, I get messages from people asking for advice on how to build effective personal and business brands online.
Most of them focus on social media–which courses to take, which platforms to use, and what or what not to post.
So, I thought I would share a few answers to the most frequently asked questions here. I hope you’ll find them useful.
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Looks like Juicy Couture is about to pack a bigger punch—creatively, that is.
Have you ever checked out Piperlime.com and found yourself gawking at Rachel Zoe’s picks?
Seems like that match made in heaven has gotten better, with the two teaming up to try and find the next big stylist.
If you’re that much of a badass at putting looks together, put your skills to the test and enter the styling challenge on piperlime.com.
You could win a huge once-in-a-lifetime opportunity.
How huge, you ask? The winner gets to work with Rachel to style a celebrity on the new season of Bravo’s “The Rachel Zoe Project.” In addition, Piperlime will grant the lucky stylist a guest spot on the new Piperlime blog.
Contest closes April 5.
Fascinated by fashion?
Want to make it big time in the industry?
Don’t have a clue how to get your foot in the door?
If you find yourself mentally nodding “yes” to each question, maybe the publicity director for Teen Vogue and Style.com can help.
On Tuesday, April 13, Eleanor Banco is scheduled to offer key insider advice at the online seminar, “A Fashionable Foot in the Door: Breaking into the Biz Big-Time.”
A new project started by the creators of Fashion Camp NYC, the webinar is open to interested teens and tweens worldwide, and will be conducted live from New York City Tuesday, April 13 6:00 – 7:30 pm (EST).
“A Fashionable Foot in the Door: Breaking into the Biz Big-Time” is FREE, and tipped to be just the first of more fashion webinars scheduled for the spring.
Register and get more deets here.
Follow Fashion Camp NYC on Twitter.
Thinking about a career in the fashion industry?
Then entering The Art Institutes Passion for Fashion Competition 2009 could help bring you one step closer to that goal.