Lauren Holliday

Creator of the first full stack marketing course https://hackthejobhunt.com

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Lauren Holliday

18 hours ago

How to Become Insanely Well-Connected

firstround.com

Lauren Holliday

5 days ago

Adopt a journalistic style where you report insight from experts. This gives you a better end-product since you’re curating insight and writing it far better than subject matter experts.

[Case Study] How We Ranked #1 for a High-Volume Keyword in Under 3 Months

moz.com

Lauren Holliday

5 days ago

How to Leave a Mark on People

nytimes.com

Lauren Holliday

7 days ago

“To be clear, I’m not anti-happiness. It’s more that our happiness comes not as a goal, but as a byproduct of engaging in honesty with ourselves.”

The case for being grumpy at work

qz.com

Lauren Holliday

7 days ago

In 2017, there’s no reason for us to grin and bear it. For one thing, that women were less likely to be promoted to management positions if they appeared too cheerful. (Welcome to another great example of the catch-22s that women face in the workplace everyday.) And research has also shown that a pessimistic outlook can lead to higher productivity, fewer mistakes, and better communication skills. In other words: Grumpy workers of the world, unite.

The case for being grumpy at work

qz.com

Lauren Holliday

10 days ago

“Love is a better teacher than a sense of duty,”

How to Raise a Creative Child. Step One: Back Off

nytimes.com

Lauren Holliday

11 days ago

LOVE THIS IDEA!

Separate schooling from credentialing. All jobs that currently require a degree, should instead require a knowledge test. The employer should not care how the knowledge was obtained, just that the applicant has the knowledge. Perhaps even go so far as to make it illegal to ask for college degree information, just as it is illegal to ask for race or sex. You can ask for the knowledge but the not the degree, as asking for the degree is discriminatory against people who could not afford the time or money for college.

How many jobs really require college?

devinhelton.com

Lauren Holliday

11 days ago

According to policy wonks – who measure skills and education by number of years people spend sitting in chair – we have become more educated. But if you look at the actual knowledge needed to build high-tech goods, the issue is a lot more murky.

How many jobs really require college?

devinhelton.com

Lauren Holliday

11 days ago

Across the board, the marginal college graduate increasingly find their degrees unwanted and useless. Nobody needs another international relations major from Southern Ohio State College. He graduates and ends up tending bar or doing equipment sales or doing one of a million other jobs that he could have done without a degree. We also see this in other countries – such as Egypt – where the push to educate young adults far outstripped the economy’s ability to provide professional jobs.

How many jobs really require college?

devinhelton.com

Lauren Holliday

14 days ago

Keeping the Boardroom Out of the Bedroom

nytimes.com

Lauren Holliday

22 days ago

Some Things I Wish I Would Have Learned in College

awealthofcommonsense.com

Lauren Holliday

22 days ago

Instagram Killed the Retail Store

bloomberg.com

Lauren Holliday

28 days ago

Parents 'control' their children in one of 2 ways — and only one leads to happier kids

businessinsider.com

Lauren Holliday

30 days ago

Audiences no longer care about platforms. The content creator is ‘king.’

recode.net

Lauren Holliday

40 days ago

Don’t be me

medium.com

Lauren Holliday

42 days ago

The Purpose Of Friendship: The Only 4 Types Of Friends You Need In Life

lifehack.org

Lauren Holliday

45 days ago

Cadillac is launching a car subscription service for $1,500 a month

theverge.com

Lauren Holliday

49 days ago

Everything you need to know about how to work from home and get stuff done

cnbc.com

Lauren Holliday

50 days ago

70% of the factors that contribute to your happiness at work are directly related to your manager.

People leave managers, not companies. Don’t let that manager be you.

blog.intercom.com

Lauren Holliday

50 days ago

Unlock honest feedback with this one word

m.signalvnoise.com

Lauren Holliday

50 days ago

Why Your Dog’s Personality Is a Lot Like Yours

nymag.com

Lauren Holliday

50 days ago

This Millennial Makes More Money Posting Selfies From Bed Than You Do at Your 9-to-5

narrative.ly

Lauren Holliday

59 days ago

How to Work From Home and Get Stuff Done — An In-Depth Guide

thenextweb.com

Lauren Holliday

66 days ago

This story is cray 😜

Reflecting on one very, very strange year at Uber

susanjfowler.com

Lauren Holliday

74 days ago

Working Won't Ever Make You Rich. Here Are 5 Things That Will

inc.com

Lauren Holliday

74 days ago

Depend less on each other

m.signalvnoise.com

Lauren Holliday

78 days ago

No More Old-School, On-Page SEO; 5 Tactics that Have to Shift

moz.com

Lauren Holliday

79 days ago

How Taylor Swift Played The Victim For A Decade And Made Her Entire Career

buzzfeed.com

Lauren Holliday

79 days ago

Helluva Lifestyle Business You Got There

bryce.vc

Lauren Holliday

79 days ago

Content, Shares, and Links: Insights from Analyzing 1 Million Articles

moz.com

Lauren Holliday

86 days ago

So good! (And true!)

Content is Eating the World — Contently's CEO on Winning at Marketing's New Hotness

firstround.com

Lauren Holliday

88 days ago

A successful life depends on following your instincts over your primal need to fit in

qz.com

Lauren Holliday

88 days ago

The student debt crisis is worsening at the hands of loan servicers

nypost.com

Lauren Holliday

90 days ago

Screenshots are so Last Year: How to Write a Case Study That Wins You Clients

blog.prototypr.io

Lauren Holliday

91 days ago

The Party Isn’t Over: A Deep-Dive into Why Unicorns Will Bounce Back in 2017

toptal.com

Lauren Holliday

98 days ago

Are There Really People Who Only Work 40 Hours A Week Or Less And Complain Why They Can’t Get Ahead?

financialsamurai.com

Lauren Holliday

100 days ago

Your Brain Has A ‘Delete Button’ And Here’s How To Use It!

anonews.co

Lauren Holliday

101 days ago

How to Write Phenomenal Blog Posts in a World Full of Average Ones

medium.com

Lauren Holliday

104 days ago

The “Work from Home” Dream Doesn’t Work

backchannel.com

Lauren Holliday

104 days ago

BuzzFeed Posts Unverified Claims on Trump, Igniting a Debate

nytimes.com

Lauren Holliday

113 days ago

When we want our ideas to spread, we start by making them look good in writing.

Why Learning to Write Is the Toughest and Best Thing You'll Do

copyblogger.com

Lauren Holliday

118 days ago

The Best Design Articles of 2016

toptal.com

Lauren Holliday

120 days ago

That’s what is often ending conversations now. We have stopped talking to people that we disagree with. We basically want to be able to curate and edit our conversations the same way that we curate and edit our social media. If we’re talking to somebody that we don’t want to hear from, we want to unfollow them like we do on Twitter.

How a great conversation is like a game of catch

ideas.ted.com

Lauren Holliday

120 days ago

So good!

Elon Musk and Bill Thurston on the Power of Thinking for Yourself

medium.com

Lauren Holliday

121 days ago

The Zen of Being Ahead: 2017 Marketing Trends No One Else Has Mentioned

medium.com

Lauren Holliday

123 days ago

"Even the very best and sweetest of men have too often been raised with the expectation that once a woman is in their lives romantically, they will no longer have to do most of the basic chores involved in taking care of themselves." 😑😂

Maybe you should just be single

newstatesman.com

Lauren Holliday

129 days ago

What it’s like to work at Snap, one of the most secretive companies in tech

businessinsider.com

Lauren Holliday

133 days ago

But there is a Josh Harris painting in my office because I respect being early more than I respect making profits. I think the latter is easier than the former.

The Dangers Of Being Too Early – AVC

avc.com

Lauren Holliday

133 days ago

How to land any job interview you want [Even with no experience]

medium.com

Lauren Holliday

136 days ago

Only 27% of Americans had made an introduction in the past year.

The Gift We Love to Receive but Forget to Give

journal.thriveglobal.com

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