You have lots of power during the hiring process If you are not going to an interview because you are not ready to quit, then stop over-thinking and go! An interview is a negotiation, and you have power.
Hi all, a post to share a good news! I’ve successfully completed the Financial Time Non-executive Director diploma. YEAH! This is important because: my mum can finally be proud of my post-graduate studies (there is something) I had my name printed in the Financial Time for the first time (see image) I’m now comfortable with most aspects of boards’ responsibilities … Read More
Time to change, After reviewing the initial goals of the blog, taking out all vanity metrics it’s clear that it is time to pivot, to change, to try something new. And what you see on the main page of frankcontrepois.com this ‘something new’. by breaking some rules of blogging, After listening and reading about blogs, I’ve decided to make the blog more like … Read More
I believe that money, along with writing, is one of the cornerstones of human progress. Both helped reduce misunderstanding and have allowed for complex transactions to occur. Money (finance) is the language of business. Money helps people share. Money’s role has been extended from a communication method to a unit of measure when it started being the measure of success … Read More
Bonjour, today I want to share some tips to overcome the main frustrations of being shy. Shyness is a feature of my character and probably yours if you are reading. By being shy we often do not express our ideas, often resulting in frustration of the idea being ‘stolen’ by someone else. It can be even more frustrating when we have the courage to express ideas, but … Read More
In the last weeks I read [amazon text=The Lean Startup&asin=0670921602], a very good book with lots of take away. Today I want to write about how I’m applying the best practices of the book to FrankContrepois.com. One of the fundamental topic of the lean startup is the measure of success. Are my metrics measuring success toward the blog’s goals or are they vanity metrics that look … Read More