As the Summer Olympics in Rio were coming to an end, a top athlete faced probably the toughest challenge in his career. The US swimmer Ryan Lochte’s sport results are faultless, and his medals all in check; as a 12-time Olympic medalist, he is ranked world second in swimming, behind Michael Phelps. But when the global media published a security… Continue reading "The Importance of Online Reputation Management"
Today’s student entering college is facing a 1 in 2 chance that they will not finish a bachelor’s degree within six years. That’s a 50% chance they will leave an institution with debt, credits that may not transfer, and without the degree needed to move to their career of choice. Many factors unique to individual students play a role. However… Continue reading "Juggling College and Work"
There seems to be an underlying assumption that a remote friendly company is a remote only company — that employees can only be all remote or all in the office. This is a false dichotomy, though. Being remote friendly does not necessarily mean that being remote is required. There’s nothing wrong with giving your employees an office they can choose… Continue reading "Making Working Remotely Successful"
One of the challenges that we have as we create and share online content is that other businesses control or in some cases “own” our content. As an example of this, many people suggest that their main home on the Internet is their Facebook or LinkedIn page. The problem is that if either of these companies were to change their… Continue reading "The Basics of Hosting Your Own Website"