Lauren Holliday

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

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Lauren Holliday

9 days ago

I Want to Be Rich and I’m Not Sorry

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18 days ago

Subscription hell

techcrunch.com

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29 days ago

Seven thought experiments that will make you question everything

bigthink.com

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33 days ago

We’re underestimating the mind-warping potential of fake video

vox.com

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57 days ago

How to grow your traffic by 29% next month with content marketing

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Lauren Holliday

87 days ago

Thus, if the government were to forgive all the student debt it owns (which makes up more than 90 percent of all outstanding student debt), and bought out all private holders of such debt, a surge in consumer demand — and thus, employment and economic growth — would ensue.

We Must Cancel Everyone’s Student Debt, for the Economy’s Sake

nymag.com

Lauren Holliday

102 days ago

How not to design a blog

webflow.com

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149 days ago

“Your Website Font is too Small”: How Font Sizes Effect UX & Conversions

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164 days ago

I’m always interested in the way people edit the details of their lives, the way they compress all the years into sentences.

We Were in Our 20s and We Didn’t Have a Clue

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173 days ago

Stanford University data glitch exposes truth about scholarships

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186 days ago

How to Keep Track of Your Work Accomplishments

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186 days ago

Here is the Real Reason No One is Reading Your Content

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197 days ago

But the help, he says, coming from a for-profit predatory system, often just makes things worse.

The Great College Loan Swindle

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261 days ago

How to Become a Marketing Manager (Advice From Those Who Made It)

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311 days ago

Why 99 Percent of All Meetings Are a Complete Waste of Money

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314 days ago

How the Left Lost Its Mind

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314 days ago

😂😂

Umbrella-sharing startup loses nearly all of its 300,000 umbrellas in a matter of weeks

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317 days ago

5 Lessons Most People Learn Way Too Late in Life

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319 days ago

Great Product Managers are “Outcome Thinkers”

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320 days ago

Why Do Employees Quit on Their Bosses? Because They Never Get Asked These Important Questions

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Lauren Holliday

320 days ago

Here's a fact: When employees don't get the tools, training, time, development, clear expectations, vision, or resources to do their jobs well, they experience low morale. They stop caring and they stop trying, unfortunately, early on in the game.

Why Do Employees Quit on Their Bosses? Because They Never Get Asked These Important Questions

inc.com

Lauren Holliday

320 days ago

No, research does not say that you produce more when working 40 hours per week

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333 days ago

Technology has Become Water

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334 days ago

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People Don’t Follow Titles: Necessity and Sufficiency in Leadership

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338 days ago

52 Motivational Quotes For Students Who Need Inspiration

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353 days ago

Dissecting Marissa Mayer’s $900,000-a-Week Yahoo Paycheck

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353 days ago

I Can’t Code & You Can’t Sell Crap

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353 days ago

Google's former in-house therapist on the surprising thing people talk about most in therapy

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363 days ago

"I don't see how anyone wins from this system other than the collection industry," said Adam S. Minsky, a Boston-based lawyer who represents student debtors.

Americans Are Paying $38 to Collect $1 of Student Debt

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Lauren Holliday

363 days ago

How to Have a Good Conversation

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381 days ago

My So-Called (Instagram) Life

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382 days ago

[Infographic] The Anatomy of a Great Leader

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387 days ago

The Homepage is Dead: A Story of Website Personalization 

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387 days ago

This is How Google will Collapse

hackernoon.com

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387 days ago

The average banner ad was clicked on by a dismal 0.06% of viewers, and of those clicks, roughly 50% were accidental.

This is How Google will Collapse

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Lauren Holliday

387 days ago

The most frequent life advice I give people is, be really careful who your friends are. Your friends should be better than you. Your friends should take you to new levels. A lot of people will just hang out with the same friends, and they don’t see that their friends are pulling them down. My mother used to tell me if you hang around with dogs, you become a dog. You’ve got to know when to find new friends.

Ben Chestnut of MailChimp: Learn to Love the Job You’ve Got

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387 days ago

Collaborative Overload

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387 days ago

Why talking to yourself is the first sign of… success

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387 days ago

You're not going to believe what I'm about to tell you

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388 days ago

Report: Facebook helped advertisers target teens who feel “worthless” [Updated]

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393 days ago

How to Become Insanely Well-Connected

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Lauren Holliday

397 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

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Lauren Holliday

397 days ago

How to Leave a Mark on People

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399 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

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Lauren Holliday

399 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

403 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

403 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?

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Lauren Holliday

403 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

403 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

407 days ago

Keeping the Boardroom Out of the Bedroom

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