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Monthly Archives: October 2009

Old-timer Series: How to add a LinkedIn profile badge to your Outlook email signature

Mary Burback asked a great question in her comment on my father’s post below, ” There are NO new words left, anymore… :’-(” How can you add a LinkedIn profile badge like this… …to your Outlook email signature so that everyone who receives an email from you sees the badge? It’s a little complicated, but […]

Introducing the “Old-timer Series”

Hey there, Nico here!  My father and I just decided to start a series of posts on the Recruiting Manifesto here. If you’re not comfortable reading and interacting with blogs or not too sure about social networking tools and other technology, the posts in the new “Old-timer Series” will be just for you. First, a […]

Old-timer Series: There are NO new words left, anymore… :’-(

Before I talk about the impossibility of inventing new words, allow me to map out just a bit of context.  So, first thing, whenever you’re here, do you bop around and check out the little widgets and links and whatnot?  Here’s one, for instance, that you might have seen down on the lower right hand […]

The Five Stages of Winning on the Phone

In the coming issue of TheConsigliori.com Newsletter, we’ll discuss today’s world.  In this posting, we’ll discuss BOTH today’s as well as yesterday’s world.  Victory today, recruiting victory, still requires success on the phone, and I propose it always will.  Victory itself is easily defined.  It has these five parts: Making the Call Speaking to the […]

From Facebook to LinkedIn, this week’s further learning…

The response to our notice, sent out yesterday, in which we discussed Facebook has been rather amazing, actually. If you haven’t signed up for Facebook yet, you must, and let me tell you why. Then, I’ll speak just a little bit about Linked In, and then I’ll be done for this week! Here’s what has […]

Thank God it’s Thursday…

I wish you could have seen my son Nicholas’ shocked dismay when I informed him that I’ll never make a blog post on a Friday. Here’s the story, and I will write up a second post in a moment, closing out this week by discussing some of this week’s further learning about social networking, next. […]

What will I win today? – The Science

Last week, one of my clients hit me pretty hard about the question of converting a dream or desire into a single day’s worth of work, and drawing the victory or defeat line for just one day.  I’d been working through several different strategies for my upcoming Lesson Two, of the To Learn from the […]

What will I win today?

I wrote the poem below, just yesterday morning.  It is only the third poem I’ve written in my adult life, so don’t be too critical…well, okay, I wouldn’t post it here if I wasn’t ready for some heat.  So, critique away and do take the gloves off if you desire, sincerely. I have sent it […]

Pics from the MRI Global Workshop

Here are some pictures from global of friends and me.  Thanks to Seamus Kelleher, MRI’s VP of Marketing and Communications.

Bill Clark’s interpretation of my favorite diagram

You won’t believe me, but that’s okay.  About what?  Well, I actually did not plan to hit you with my favorite diagram again…but, I have no choice!  I won’t post it again, but if you don’t have it burned into your mind’s eye already, just scroll down to the post previous to this one and […]