Scott Ginsberg: "Hire Yourself!"
No luck getting a job in a down economy? Try creating your own. In this two-part session, entrepreneur Scott Ginsberg will teach you daily practices for burning your resume and going your own way. Learn to think like an entrepreneur, start your own business and call your own shots. Special guest, fellow entrepreneur David Siteman Garland from “The Rise to the Top” will be interviewed to engage in an open dialogue on the daily life of a successful entrepreneur.
About our Presenters:
Scott Ginsberg is the world record holder of wearing nametags. More importantly, he has made a career out of that. As the author of thirteen books, a professional speaker, award-winning blogger and the producer of NametagTV.com, Scott’s publishing and consulting company specializes in approachability, identity and stick-to-itiveness. He never wanted a real job, so ten years ago, he hired himself and got to work. He hasn’t been fired since.
Joining Scott, as he interviews the interviewer, is David Siteman Garland, the creator/host of Internet-based TV show, blog and resource The Rise To The Top, which is the #1 Web Show & Resource For Mediapreneurs and features conversations with web show hosts/ bloggers/ podcasters/ other mediapreneurs, tips, tricks, advice, inspiration, resources and much more.
Instead of taking a “normal” job out college, David immediately began his entrepreneurial journey with a hockey startup in St. Louis, Missouri and later on a radio show. In 2008, After falling in love with creative entrepreneurship and learning from successful and interesting people who followed their passion, David took his Bar Mitzvah money (saved up from when he was 13) and created The Rise To The Top. Originally a TV show on ABC in St. Louis, Missouri focused on entrepreneurship, The Rise To The Top is now a purely digital medium. Interviewing interesting and intriguing guests, over 200,000 RISE enthusiasts tune in around the world on their computers, mobile phones, tablets and even traditional televisions (through partnerships with Roku and Connected TV).
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