You can now use facebook to go job-hunting. This great friend to the unemployed launched las Wednesday and has already gone viral. You type in the job your looking for and it gives you a range of that job available near you, if there are any. So long wanted ads!
This link gives you the tips and strategies you need to improve your twitter account and be recognized on a wider scale. Some of the strategies include: make your tweets relatable, have real conversations (use shoutouts and make them special), and don’t overdo the # or !
The key point here is that a successful intrapreneur can identify that you can innovate from within too. You don’t need to start your own business or break away from the pack. Other traits that make you a valuable intrapreneur are as follows: Confidence, the love of competition, appetite for risk, innovative (you always feel like you can do it better yourself), and dynamic.
The best advice from here is to study anything you’re truly passionate about, you’ll find something useful to if you from that actually enjoy doing it. Other than this advice, it states a few other majors that can help you out to start out like finance, business, economics, marketing, etc.
Keep your short-term and long-term goals in mind and don’t confuse the two and keep a positive outlook, don’t bring yourself down and never underestimate yourself. Ask people for their opinion on your ideas and on your career change, sometimes you can become narrow-minded.
Work on your weaknesses and turn them into your strengths, your personality reflects into the success of your business.
The blog states, “When you have no knowledge of the boundaries that exist, you’re able to think bigger; you’re able to be truly and genuinely audacious.”
Being young is a benefit in itself, you’re creativity and worldview is wider, which makes you more irreplaceable and important in the business world.