I have been a server administrator, a webmaster, a LAN/WAN administrator, and Mac (OS 7/8/9/X) support specialist, for as long as I can remember. OK, perhaps since 1986. I have had my fair share of hilarious technical support requests and …
I failed my junior college and went through national service in the army, and came out to the market after service, to face the worst recession in the 1980s. Unemployment was my daily reflection.
So you’ve got your new diploma/degree, and is raving for a high-paying, high-flying job in marketing, advertising, or public relations. What’s next?
If you have an important task, such as needing a spokesperson to evangelize your product, or a salesperson to close an important big sale, or a surgeon to operate on a life-threatening ailment, who would you choose?
I was flipping through magazines, and some of these thoughts flashed on my mind. True leaders may be gifted with exceptional qualities, but it is how they work collaboratively with their people that make great things happen.
I was watching cable TV just now. The Taiwanese cable TV channels are always entertaining, and most of all, enlightening. The program was on the issue of career challenges, especially in the case of unemployment.