In the last three months, I have given a lot of thought about what trends and in-demand skill sets will be needed to succeed in 2018. Working for myself, I constantly think about new ways to innovate, stay ahead of the competition and understand the critical skills that I need to learn to stay relevant.So, here are five in-demand skills that you may want to consider to help you make a career pivot, become an asset in your current job, or add a new skill to our portfolio. Each skill is presented in why it’s important, what brands or organizations are investing in this skill, where you can learn it, and what type of jobs/salaries you can expect.
As the colder weather approaches and we all start to feel more inclined to curl up with Netflix, fight the urge to re-watch Stranger Things - I know...it’s hard - and let's instead consider one of these seriously inspirational and motivational books by members of The Niche Movement community and our members’ favorites.
Not surprisingly, common themes include unconventional career exploration, entrepreneurship, and all-around just doing cool sh*t.
by Camille Sennett
They say you never get a second chance to make a first impression. This really resonated with me two days ago while The Niche Movement team faced a tough decision.
Again, in a very timely blog post from someone I admire, respect and look up to, Seth Godin recently
That is why I am writing and posting this today, not only on behalf of myself but from everyone involved with NicheCon including our core team Mandi Stewart, Amy Corron, and Camille Sennett.
What we are calling a “logistical snafu” we decided to push back NicheCon to March 10th-11th, 2017.
Same location. Same themes. Better season (#cherryblossoms). Leveled-up experience.
This has been the toughest decision I think I’ve made since I launched my journey as a full-time entrepreneur two years ago this month.
In the last five days, I was losing sleep, over thinking, and stressing about so many things as it relates to our first conference.
So let me explain what our logistical
by Kevin O'Connell
For the last 17 months, everyday has been different from the last. I’ve written,talked, tweeted, and snapped about unpredictability, up’s & down’s, hustle, motivation/confidence (and lack there-of) and just about everything else that comes with entrepreneurship and building a business.
But today, on April 1st, there is another milestone. On 4/1/15, I wrote a blog post about what I learned in my first 7 months and shared the news that I was officially joining the WeWork system and getting a desk that I would be paying with my own money.