Career Mind Newsletter #5 – Job Vs. Career

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Original Post: https://www.linkedin.com/pulse/career-mind-5-job-vs-trent-rhodes A Job, Woe is Me Jobs can be given negative reputations because they may be perceived as in opposition to entrepreneurship or being self-employed. Somehow, somewhere the mind virus spread that if you’re not a corporate CEO, franchiser or “doing my own thing” a professional must treat …

Career Mind Newsletter #4 – 3 Sales Skills for Job Candidates

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Original Post: https://www.linkedin.com/pulse/3-sales-skills-job-candidates-trent-rhodes The Ultimate Salesperson The most successful salesperson on the planet is…the baby. It’s a master at charisma, rapport virtuoso.  With its chunky cheeks, plump limbs, bright eyes and a voice that sounds the same no matter the background, it’s designed to persuade adults to take care of …

Career Mind Newsletter #3 – Intrapreneurship

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Trends & Temptations Original Post: https://www.linkedin.com/pulse/intrapreneurship-trent-rhodes Watch YouTube long enough and you may come across several ads from people telling you how you should immediately quit your job, become an entrepreneur and make as much currency as they do in just a few short months.  Their testimonials often appear extreme …

Career Mind Newsletter #2 – 7 Powers Empathy Grants You

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Original Post: https://www.linkedin.com/pulse/7-powers-empathy-grants-you-trent-rhodes Thoughts that come to mind with the word “empathy?”  Generally they tend to be: being in touch with feelings, being sensitive. Caring about others’ feelings. Emotional overwhelm. Too sensitive to the environment.  Content creators who adopt the empath title also give much focus to the feelings space, …

Career Mind Newsletter #1 – The Career Journal

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Original Post: https://www.linkedin.com/pulse/career-mind-1-journal-trent-rhodes/ If you had to think about all you’ve accomplished at a recent job, would you be able to articulate your top 5 contributions?  What about your MVP (most valuable project)? How about a situation that stretched your abilities, persuading you to evolve greater skills? Or what about …

Career Development Interview with Enterprise Security Tech

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Link: https://www.enterprisesecuritytech.com/post/how-to-get-hired-for-a-cybersecurity-job  How To Get Hired for a Cybersecurity Job We recently spoke with Trent Rhodes, a career coach manager with tech education provider Fullstack Academy, about how to brand yourself when looking to enter or level-up in the cybersecurity industry.  Amid America’s “Great Resignation,” workers are quitting their jobs …

Career Development Interview with SecureBlitz

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Link: https://secureblitz.com/interview-with-trent-rhodes-from-fullstack-academy/  In this interview, we spoke with Trent Rhodes, a career coach manager with tech education provider Fullstack Academy. Amid America’s “Great Resignation,” workers are quitting their jobs and considering career changes at an incredible rate. Nearly 9 out of 10 company execs say they’re seeing higher than usual turnover. …

Fireside Chat: 13 Points for Liberation

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What a time to be here on the planet. I imagine each Age has its unique experiences but something seems special about the kind of transformation our planet’s civilizations are undergoing now. Depending on the awareness level the changes may range from frightening to anticipation to indifference. Common to each …

From Mouth to Ear – P4 

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From his “Think & Grow Rich,” Napoleon Hill isolated a phenomenon already in existence but often unspoken: networks comprising like-minded people who had defined goals and supported each other tended to amplify all involved. Focused units like this existed for millennia. He decided to call them mastermind groups. They shared …