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(interview, you, the, questions, to, interviews, and, what)
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What I stopped asking during interviews: "What is the company culture like?" Some questions I ask instead: • How does the company support professional growth & development? • What resources does the company provide to support mental health? • What do you enjoy most about working here? • Can you share an example of an employee who was able to grow within the company? • What are some ways that success will be measured in the first 90 days? In the first year? • What are the common themes that you find amongst your highest performers? • What would the first 30 days look like for the person in this role? • What is the standard process for giving feedback? An interview is a two-way street. Make sure you're getting the answers you're looking for! #interviewtips #careers #jobseekersupport #jobsearchtips
Interview Etiquette & Tips 101 From a Recruiter and Career Coach ⭐️ Don’t just research the company, research the interview panel - see how long they’ve been there, study their career trajectory and use that to ask them about their experience with the company and why they joined/why they stay for ‘X’ years. ⭐️ Dont let Glassdoor reviews be your indicator of the companies work environment, a lot of these reviews are from disgruntled employees or those incentivises to leave positive reviews. Connect with an ex- employee and get their unbiased opinion on the company and if relevance department. ⭐️ WFH Interview - Control your surroundings - ensure the correct lighting, right camera angle and audio is set up. Equipment is all charged and you’ve got your game face on! ⭐️ Ask lots of questions, the scenario you’re in is an interview, not an interrogation - You wouldn’t commit to something like a car on finance or a mortgage if you didn’t probe and ask questions of your own. ⭐️ Eye contact - Don’t forget to blink though, because the eye contact can shift from attentive to creepy within a few minutes. ⭐️ Dress to mirror to company dress code (with your own style and twist on it) from their social media pages and employee’s LinkedIn posts. If in doubt, overdress, never underdress ⭐️ Follow up/Thank You email is always polite and leaves a great impression. Just leave it 24 hours and recap all the problems/challenges they discussed in the interview and relate back your experience and skills to resolve these. ⭐️ LISTEN TO THE QUESTIONS! Digest the question and compose yourself for the answer - use the C.A.R.L (Context, Action, Result, Learning) or S.T.A.R (Situation, Task, Action, Result) - the amount of people who don’t answer the question and go off at a tangent is crazy! ⭐️ Don’t waffle - give yourself 60-90 seconds to answer each question, anymore than that and you run the risk of losing the interviewer’s attention. There’s loads more but these are my top ones. What else are you adding? #interview #interviewadvice #interviewtips #linkedin #linkedincommunity #careeradvice #recruitment
My most horrifying interview experience was with Sandeep Maheshwari, sir; Like most of us, I have seen his videos growing up; meeting him was already a bit nervous moment for me; To add to it; I didn’t get any chance to meet him off-camera. I met him for the first time in my life in front of the camera and live audience; when they called me onto the stage. My heart was pumping fast! When my interview got scheduled, I checked a few of his videos; I doubted myself; what if people didn’t recognize me? What if no one made any noise when he invited me; For a moment, I thought to bring my people for shouting 😂 But I was wrong; Most of the crowd knew me, and they even recognized me when sir was giving my intro; That was my moment! I was happy and nervous; I controlled my nerves in the interview, and over time, I became comfortable; But still, that memory horrifies me even today; When you see someone you admire a lot; and meet him on camera, along with many people, it’s scary! It was a very nervous moment even for me when I had faced the same camera thousands of times! But that interview is a significant milestone, experience, and an excellent memory for my life. Thank you, Sandeep sir, for having me.
(design, ux, designer, and, user, designers, the, to)
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I'm in a super-giving mood today. So I went on a deep dive on Google and found you some awesome free Illustration websites. All of the illustrations come with a free personal and commercial license, meaning you can use these for your business and/ or personal needs. On some of the sites, you can even change the colour of the illustrations to match your branding. You are welcome. #contentbyjane #linkedincreator #smallbusiness #illustrations
🔖 Just a few helpful UX guides and frameworks for designers and product teams — please feel free to share with UX friends and colleagues from your network. 1. Playbooks for UX Designers (https://askplaybook.com/) 2. Usability Heuristic Frameworks (https://lnkd.in/ei7nb6Ug) via Michael Kritsch, 3. Behavior Change Strategies (https://www.makeit.tools/) by Massimo Ingegno, 4. User Research Prioritization (https://lnkd.in/eArMRQnw) by Jeanette Fuccella, 5. UX Methods Resource Kit (https://lnkd.in/eshvKWuK) by HyperIsland, 6. Seer Framework (https://lnkd.in/eWvQTipj) by Sprig, 7. Product Vision Mind Map (https://lnkd.in/eFJsAZXM) by Mei Zhang, 8. Product Prioritization Framework (https://lnkd.in/eQpHwjdQ) by Roadmunk, 9. Sensible Futures Framework (https://lnkd.in/eCZ6P3VG), via Daniel Gjøde, 10. UX Research Templates (https://lnkd.in/eh_k_YYH) by Marc Lee, 11. UX templates and frameworks (https://untools.co/) by Adam Amran, 12. Design review meetings framework (https://lnkd.in/eG-GUv6a) by Sean Harris. Thank you for your kind contributions, everyone! 👏🏻👏🏼👏🏽👏🏾 And please suggest any useful UX guides and frameworks in the comments! 🎉🥳 PS: If you are interested in practical techniques all around design patterns and UX, you might find this useful, too: https://lnkd.in/d4CNaTxR #justsayin' #ux #design #research #templates #frameworks
Market research IS NOT design research. Design research includes other types of research: 👉 Foundational: strategic, to direct & prioritize 👉 Generative: to design 👉 Evaluative: to check Design research focuses on the Crystalline Core — interior cognition 💭 Market research tends to focus on the Expression layer 🗣️ Back when software was only about encoding a standard process, that was when Design research focused on the Description layer. We have moved beyond encoding a standard process, toward supporting a variety of approaches to the thing people are trying to address. Design research requires understanding people's interior cognition. 👨🏽🧑🏽🦳👧🏻🧑🦰👳🏼♂️👩🏿🦱👨🦲 #DesignResearch #UXResearch #MarketResearch #InteriorCognition #Approach
(writing, write, to, you, the, it, your, and)
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1 piece of unconventional writing advice: Don't 'write like you talk'. Instead: Write like you think. Cus if you’re like me and you’re a terrible talker, your spoken words aren’t too powerful. (Seriously sometimes I will be completely lost for words. Lost for what to say and my mind can’t physically think of anything to say to keep conversation up or help reassure someone or to answer a question) Your ermms, your ahhs, your awkward silences. That’d make great content right? Nope. So write like you think. Much better. P.S. 712 legends signed up to get 30 Days of LinkedIn Content to start posting. Join 'em and get 7 days free: mattbarkercopywriting.com
(investing, you, stock, the, stock market, invest, market, your)
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"You pay me 15% of your profits, if you make money. But, if you lose, you still pay me 1.5% of your capital". Will you take this deal? Well, most of us would. Because we are already taking it. If Mutual Funds frame their 'expense ratios' and other charges like above, 90% people will stop investing in Mutual Funds. Think about this: most mutual funds, charge 1-2% of AUM (that is the asset under management=capital) as commissions. Now, run the math. If you invest 1Lakh, and make 10% profits: - Your total: 1.1Lakhs, Profit = 10K - Commissions paid (1.5%)= 1.5K - Profit paid out (if commissions paid) = 15% of your profits. The years you don't make money, you still pay almost the same commissions. People don't care too much about 1-2%, but frame it differently: "15% of your profits", and most people won't take the deal. Counter argument could be: If I am giving my money to an expert, they will help me make more returns. Well, not really. The facts tell us that more than 70% of Actively Managed Mutual Funds do not beat Index. Solution: if you don't know how to manage your own money, please give it to mutual fund manages and keep paying massive commissions your entire life. It is a well regulated industry and your money is likely to grow more than at FD rates. Which is what most people want. So nothing wrong. BUT, if you want to build wealth, focus on that 1-2% that most of us consider minuscule. This would at least 2X your portfolio over a 40 year investing period. Be responsible for your own money. The way you can't outsource your physical/mental health, you can't outsource your financial health. My YouTube video comes out today on this topic.
"We'll start investing when the market calms down." "When I get that raise" But the days turn into weeks. And the weeks turn into months... New sh*t goes on the back burner. And the investing thing doesn't happen. So here. Today I present Claire, Elizabeth, and Bonnie. These ladies are old friends. Been working in the same job since they got out of school. Living in the same town. They eat lunch together every day. And this week, they're celebrating their retirement. Over the years, they've been investing in the same index fund. Bonnie turned the others onto her investing strategy. But it took a heck of a long time for them to listen. Ultimately, they all invested $10K to start, and then added $1K per month ongoing. And they saw a 7% average annual returns on their investments. Now it's finally time to start living on those investments. They all invested in the same fund. And they made the same monthly contributions. But they STARTED INVESTING at different times. Claire was late to the party. And she only invested for 8 years. Now she has $145K Elizabeth invested for 17 years. And she has $423K Bonnie invested for 37 years. And she has $2.2M These friends' lives have felt similar over all the years. But retirement is going to look a bit different. ------- If you're waiting for the perfect time to start investing, it was always 37 years ago. But the next best time is today. 💸
Instead of investing your money, time, and social capital in Meta, what was known as Facebook, invest in yourself. #SocialMedia can be a time suck! You can lose priceless opportunities, reduce your productivity, and deteriorate your mental health. When you invest in yourself you intellectually grow, can exponentially increase your income, and secure your #happiness. Your best #investment will always be yourself. Once you are fully invested, then you can diversify.
(product, the, and, to, you, product management, product manager, management)
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Do you really know what Product Strategy means? Here are 9 resources that will help you understand the real meaning of *product strategy* 1. Know what makes a *real product strategy* by Shreyas Doshi (https://lnkd.in/er3be5fU) 2. A comprehensive product strategy includes -- vision, framework, and a roadmap by Jackie Bavaro (https://lnkd.in/ezqkDFvF) 3. Know the difference between good and bad product strategy by Shreyas Doshi (https://lnkd.in/eAmTJ-hJ) 4. Coherent and effective product strategy makes prioritization easy and effective by John Cutler (https://lnkd.in/eWZ4Cj8U) 5. How do you start (and complete) creating a product strategy with a high-level and ambiguous starting point. by Jackie Bavaro (https://lnkd.in/evug2dsg) 6. Know how empowered product teams create their product strategies and stay true to it. by Marty Cagan (https://lnkd.in/e62pnG3z) 7. Read Gib's take on the different models he uses while thinking of product strategy Gibson Biddle (https://lnkd.in/e7_Ff69n) 8. Don't mistake a roadmap for a strategy. Aakash Gupta (https://lnkd.in/eCeStd_b) 9. Always know the difference between, vision, strategy, roadmap. Bandan Jot Singh (https://lnkd.in/ehpuxMJm) You can read the full thread here: https://lnkd.in/eA_PNQEB
//WHY YOUR PRODUCT IS ALWAYS AS COMPLEX AS YOUR ORGANIZATION Did you ever hear about Conway's Law? It states that “Organizations, who design systems, are constrained to produce designs which are copies of the communication structures of these organizations.” Why is this law that important, and what does it mean? If you want to make an Impact try to make it as simple as possible. Otherwise, all your efforts will get eaten up in your organization. Classical Picture from Manu Cornet, bonkers world, 2011 ——— This is how you bring your ideas to market in 2023: https://lnkd.in/eq4TvNC4 #innovation #creativity #entrepreneurship #future #management #strategy #startups #whatinspiresme #innoweek #pretotyping #designsprint #mvp #keynotespeaker
Do you know what is one of the biggest challenges that aspiring product managers face?😣 Not having a one-stop source that can help them learn all about Product Management. Product Management is all set to become a $23.8Bn market by 2027 and is #5 on the list of most in-demand jobs. But still, the availability of resources to learn more about the field is scarce and scattered. And, we at GrowthSchool, came up with a solution for all the aspiring PM's out there - 'The 50 Day Product Marathon' 🚀 50 Days, 50 Workshops - at the cost of one! Amazing, right? This is one of the biggest and longest Product events that we have ever conducted and the team has worked really hard to pull this off🙌 And guess what? We have a special discount - FLAT 50% OFF for the first 200 people! All you have to do is comment below with your email ID to have the coupon code delivered to your inbox!🔥 Learn product management lessons directly from people who are building products you love and use daily like Swiggy, Uber, PayPal, Microsoft, Razorpay, Hotstar, and Google. Everything from Product Frameworks, Product Case Studies, Product Metrics, Product Roadmap, Product Analytics, Cracking Product Interviews, and much much more. This is a chance like no other. So, don't wait and join us for the Product Marathon now! #product #productmarathon #productevent #productmanagement #growthschool
(remote, work, to, office, remote work, the, and, of)
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I had been working from home since 2018. My career path came with several challenges: - Building remote teams. - Keeping my startups lean. - Meeting people just online (mostly). This also gave me: - More time to think. - Spend more time with family. - Reflect deeply on things around. And, truly cultivating the belief that non-conventional career moves can do wonders. My biggest learning: every child learns their own way. And, every adult can execute things their own way. Human brain has massive potential. If you think you can build 30 income streams as 1 person sitting at home, guess what? You can do it :)
It’s official. When employees don’t have to commute, they work. A new report by the National Bureau of Economic Research found that, of the average 72 minutes saved by not commuting each day, employees dedicated: 🧑💻 40% to primary and secondary job tasks 🏝 34% to leisure 🤝 11% to caregiving Couple this with the fact that cutting out a commute makes disruptions like traffic and train delays irrelevant — and that's a massive boost to productivity. And, more importantly, employees are better rested and more connected with their loved ones. It’s a win-win-win ❤️
(money, wealth, you, financial, to, the, and, is)
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- 3 years ago, Adani's wealth was 1/6th that of Ambani's wealth. - 6 months ago, Adani's wealth was 40% higher than Ambani's. - Now, Ambani's wealth is roughly 14% higher than Adani's.  Money is like a flowing river, you can't control it. In Sudha Murthyji's words: we are simply custodians of money.  It is highly unlikely that either of them would be able to spend their entire wealth (ever).  Once you reach a certain threshold, money is just used for flexing. So yeah, don't get FOMOed by all these big numbers 😅
Luxury doesn't mean  Expensive food  Expensive Cars  Expensive Houses  Expensive vacations  Branded clothes  Expensive marriages  Costly dinners and parties  Expensive Gadgets  Expensive products and services  Unnecessary show-off But when you start living a peaceful and healthy lifestyle that's Ultimate Luxury. It's not about affordability but it's more about satisfaction. Follow me on Insta for more Insightful post - https://lnkd.in/gtuYK8dj #food #cars #luxury #career #linkedln
A very useful thing you can do for your career is to not reflexively buy into the lie that caring about money means that you are a mercenary, not mission-focused, not a culture fit. Recognize that you’ve been manipulated into that lie by the very people who care a lot about money. The key is to consider the question "I care about money, but over what timeframe?" I do think it is advantageous to have a longer term outlook on money, not the "I did this work today, where's my million dollars" attitude. But many people these days have just been brainwashed into "only the mission matters", which is wrong.
(email, emails, to, your, the, cold, you, and)
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I sent an email to a contact at Google. They didn’t reply. 3 days later, I emailed them again. No reply. A week after that, I followed up. Nada. Two weeks later? I decided to send one last email. They replied. “Austin! I’m so sorry it’s taken me this long.” “I’ve been swamped with this new project that management dropped in my lap.” “I loved what you shared in your emails though, let’s chat next week?” If you’re stopping after the first email? You’re leaving opportunities on the table.
Google is officially going to war against email warmup services by canceling their API access. Here's what it means for sales teams: First and foremost, email deliverability is a hot topic for a good reason. Teams are growing aware of the need to spin up domains, get email licenses in order, use email warm-ups, and now experts are even saying you have to set up ESP-specific emails to hit the inbox (Gmail to Gmail, etc). But here's the problem. These fixes are just treating symptoms. Not the cause. The cause is sequenced email templates being sent in mass. I repeat... The cause: Sequenced email templates are being sent in mass! ☠️ if you're a sales leader, you need to look under the hood right now and check the following: 1. What % of my emails are templates? 80% used to be the norm, it must change today. 2. What percent of my subject lines are the same? 3. How much true personalization is in my emails? (20% used to be the goal, it must change today. These numbers need to be flipped around. 80% personalization, 20% templates. I know... This may sound like a massive overhaul to your messaging architecture and strategy. Fortunately, AI is here so it should take you about 1/10th of the time. Two quick actionable steps: 1. Change your intro emails to fully personalized emails, even the subject lines. Train your reps to personalize subject lines and entire emails based on the problem your prospect faces and the value you provide (how you solve the problem for them). 2. Add a minimum of 3 email variations to every step. IMO this is a stopgap until you can start training on how to create more variations of emails. This might sound challenging, but if enabled correctly, your replies will skyrocket and your domains will be safe(er). If you need help on how to set this up quickly, my DMs are open. Our team has rolled this out and it's working wonders (all credit goes to Dyer Whitt). Death to templates. 🪦 #ai #sales
(entrepreneurship, you, to, the, entrepreneurship is, and, is, entrepreneur)
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I'm a 22-year-old who's trying to build his dream life. I'm currently co-founding a start-up, and this is my new HQ! Yep, that's right… I'm building a new business from this bedroom in my parent's house. I don't have a massive office. And I certainly don't have millions in the bank like everyone here seems to have. But I'm dedicated to working hard because I know the life I want for myself. Starting a new business will bring its challenges, but that's where I can fall onto you guys for guidance. Hopefully🤞 I can't do it alone, and I'll happily admit that. I've always wanted to figure out my real purpose, and building a business around one of my biggest passions might be just that.
Today I am 42... According to MIT, I have finished my entrepreneurial apprenticeship and can finally get started in business for real. Contrary to what the media portrays, research suggests 42-60 are the golden years for succeeding as a startup (link below) Here are 10 business lessons I've learned during my pre-game: 1. Selecting what to get involved in matters a lot. A genius can work thier ass off as an Uber Driver and never get close to the results of an idiot working in software, property, finance, etc. The sweet spot is about making some compromises between passion, financial rewards and the ability to add value at scale. 2. Environment dictates performance. Being around the right people, showing up in the right places and discussing the right ideas is more than half the battle. Great environments elevate and empower. Poor environments drain and encourage a victim mentality. 3. Never make decisions out of fear or desperation. Get back to the visionary mindset, slow the game down, read the contracts, discuss your options with a mentor and decide based on the opportunity. 4. Reputation is everything. Take the hit financially if it protects your good name and standing within your networks and publically. Refund the unreasonable jerk, pay the poor employee's settlement so they leave smoothly, and buy back the shares from the selfish and unreasonable shareholder. 5. Get deals done. Life changes when deals get done. Sales deals, relationship deals, endorsement deals, investment deals, exit deals, etc. The big deals that get signed matter a lot. 6. Go to the gym. I've had times when I kept fit and times when I didn't and keeping fit gave me a mental edge that was worth the time and distraction of going to the gym. Health and fitness isn't something you can delegate sadly. 7. Don't wait to start a family. There's never a good time to start a family but with that said, this is the greatest time in history to start a family. All the wins I've had in business pale in comparison to family. A business is not a family. 8. Your shoulders are way broader than you think. You can probably deal with way more complexity and stress than you think; especially in short bursts and with a plan in place. Buy that company, take on the investment, use the debt facility, hire the employee and you'll probably figure it out. 9. Have fun. We aren't digging ditches here - entrepreneurship is meant to be an amazing journey. Delayed gratification is ace but carving out moments that make good memories is even better and keeps you playing the game at your best. 10. Put a purpose beyond making money at the heart of your business. Money is a byproduct that arises when your business is functioning well but in order to arrive at that point you need a team of dynamic, creative, inspired value-creators who are "up to something big". Hope that's helpful. Which lesson resonated?
(year, the, to, and, you, month, of, january)
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Going down is an option but coming up is a compulsion. Life trek is also the same. Do you agree? While trekking down and coming up thought life is full of ups and down, however, while going down we unintentionally make choices and open options to go down. We give whole credit to our bad luck and destiny. Coming up should be a compulsion how hard it is to climb but we must take steps to climb and reach the height. Otherwise, stay down thinking someone will come and pull you up. That is less likely. Who had a choice to come up? Let's make it a compulsion that there is no way out other than going up at any cost. Remember going up and reaching some height needs time, energy, endurance, and steps. Be prepared and start taking steps to remove the obstacles on the way and step forward, very soon you will reach some height and will say it was not so difficult it was fun climbing and trekking life trek. Spent my Sunday morning after a long and hectic week trekking down the hills and trekking up the hills. It was fun and could relate the hilly trek to my life trek. If I had not taken right decision to take the first step that was existing in my dream it would not have been possible to climb at least a few steps in the forward direction. We have the power to create our path to take the first step. I could cherish so nice and amazing moments today morning. Aspiration matters!!! Happy Sunday!! #energy #power #life #natureconnection #soulgrowth #lifetips #wellnessjourney #personalitydevelopment #personalbranding #professionaldevelopment #corporatetrainer
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