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John Friscia is the Editor of Computer Aid's Accelerating IT Success. He began working for Computer Aid, Inc. in 2013 and continues to provide graphic design support for AITS. He graduated summa cum laude from Shippensburg University with a B.A. in English.

March, 2017

  • 8 March

    Cleverness is not wisdom…

    Cleverness is not wisdom. And not to think mortal thoughts is to see few days. -Euripides, ancient Greek playwright

  • 6 March

    Nothing ever becomes real…

    Nothing ever becomes real till it is experienced — Even a proverb is no proverb to you till your Life has illustrated it. -John Keats, English Romantic poet

  • 5 March

    3 Micro Tips for LinkedIn Networking

    Sometimes you walk down the road not because you have a place to be, but just because the road is there. If you want a road to walk on LinkedIn, Catriona Pollard shares three little tips in an article for the CEO Magazine. Step one is to have a completed profile; when it comes to your professional genius, leave absolutely nothing a mystery. Step two is to use LinkedIn to follow up with anyone you ...

  • 5 March

    A Useful Trick to Find a Mentor outside Your Network

    What if you are looking to develop a skill that does not really exist in your organization, or is unavailable to you? Jo Miller suggests a relatively simple answer in an article for Mashable. She says you should go to a seminar and speak up. A frustrating reality for many presenters is that they hit their Q&A phase only to be met by crickets from the audience, or worse, some jerk asks a non-question that ...

  • 5 March

    4 Ways to Network When You’re Not Looking for a Job

    If you think the whole purpose of networking is for people to escape boring jobs, then you are totally missing the point. Networking can elevate your skills and resources to make you stronger even in a job where you are already happy. Elizabeth Gore shares four tips at Motto to network in any context. To begin with, the people you stand to forge the strongest relationships with are the ones you see walk past you ...

  • 5 March

    4 Tips to Network with People outside Your Industry

    If you only know people within your industry—or only people within your business—you may not be able to expand your perspective as much as if you had branched into other industries. But it is not too late. Dorie Clark shares some tips to network across industries in an article for Harvard Business Review. Begin by taking inventory of your existing network. Who are your core people, and who are the next 50ish satellite connections in ...

  • 5 March

    How to Network Outside Your Company

    As Rakia Reynolds wisely says in an article for Forbes, “Your network is your net worth.” It is the sum of your knowledge and capabilities, so you should treat it with appropriate seriousness. For instance, one successful business leader makes a point of either meeting at least one new person or strengthening an existing relationship per month, and she also does one good thing for someone in her network weekly. Any tactics applied systematically like ...

  • 5 March

    6 Steps to Turn Strangers into Connections

    People talk to only an estimated 2 to 3 percent of the strangers that pass them by. No, this is not a shocking statistic; they are strangers, after all. But imagine how much you could expand your network by talking a little more at work events! Stephanie Vozza shares six tips to make the most of “stranger things” in an article for Fast Company. In the first place, look approachable. Do not keep your eyes ...

  • 3 March

    I wish I wouldn’t have…

    I wish I wouldn’t have spent so much time and energy worrying about the doubts. On the other hand, maybe those are the things that get you to grow because you think, ‘I want to be better.’ -Susan Lucci, American actress, television host, author, singer, entrepreneur, and Erica Kane

  • 1 March

    The less you know about a field…

    The less you know about a field, the better your odds. Dumb boldness is the best way to approach a new challenge. -Jerry Seinfeld, American comedian, actor, writer, producer, and director

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