Have you heard of Shapr? Branding itself as Tinder for professionals, we find out if it's really as useful as the original and fun as the dating app.
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Many of us spend a lot of time online consuming written content. In bed, on our commute, over coffee, during lunch, perhaps while we work, as we relax on the sofa in the evening, or before we fall asleep at night.
But how much are we truly paying attention to the day-to-day content we read online? We’re not really reading, are we? So let’s change the game.
Today's employers are more worried about a candidate's ability to learn and if they're asking the right questions about the positions they've. This a guide to figuring out what are the important questions you can ask yourself and how they will set you apart.
When we approach our careers we always look to things we were good at in school, as our strengths but why do we consider them strengths? The answer usually lies beneath the surface, people’s learning styles can differ greatly and our strengths are usually derived from how we interact with our preferred content types.
Defining your long term plans can help you succeed in life. Young people often struggle to relate long term goals with day to day plans, learn how to get started right here.
Snapchat came to the fore of social almost as fast as the speed of a shutter! Now with hundreds of millions of users around the world, learn more about how you can better use the social platform which changed the way we think about temporality.
The aim of professional branding is to harmonise the noise of your online identity to enable you to achieve your career goals.