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By Bill Kaufmann, President of My Greener Future Interview questions can be tricky and sometimes difficult. The simplest answer is usually the best answer. Complexity can get you into a tangle of conflicting responses. In this series, Part 1 is the easiest of tricky questions. Part 2 is the most difficult. It’s assumed you … [Read the full story …]
By Bill Kaufmann, President, My Greener Future What does a bit of research and experience say about successful entrepreneurs? They have many traits in common. Most of these characteristics are apparent at an early age. They do not suddenly show up at age 30. Early-age traits of independence … Continue reading the story “TRAITS OF [Read the full story …]
By Bill Kaufmann, President of My Greener Future My personal formula for deciding when to seek another job has served me well. It took me about 7 years to understand and articulate my career drivers. They may serve others as well. Here’s a start. First, create three separate scales from 0 to 100. Designate cut [Read the full story …]
By Bill Kaufmann, President of My Greener Future I had one of those AH-HA moments the other day that led to a question. The question is: “Why don’t we do something about it? Let me give you the list of precipitating facts and see if you can figure out a better answer. 15% of the [Read the full story …]
By Bill Kaufmann, President of My Greener Future The phrase “Purple Squirrel” is a book by that name written by Michael Junge. The term refers to the “absolutely perfect” candidate for an open position, one who meets all of the exact qualifications desired by the hiring organization. Why is it called a Purple Squirrel? Because [Read the full story …]