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Monday, May 16, 2005
Conversations with Experts: The On-Again Off-Again Entrepreneur
I will be the guest speaker on this week's "Conversations with Experts" presentation series. It will be held Wednesday, May 18, at 8:30 PM Eastern U.S. time.

It is a live talk and you can call in and ask me questions via teleconference.

I'll be talking about the "On-Again Off-Again Entrepreneur." Here is how my talk is described:
"In today's world each of us is likely to go through periods of being self-employed, and being employed by someone else. No longer is it a question of either/ or. We have to prepare for both kinds of work status, because we never know when our status will change. Some of today's free and low cost online tools can help us be in a constant state of readiness for either kind of work situation. I will help you present your best face for your own business - and at the same time make connections with prospective employers and signal your readiness for that next job opportunity. I'll also show you how to avoid common pitfalls of blogging that might turn off prospective employers. Don't get caught unprepared. Ready yourself for that next unexpected opportunity, whether it is growing your own business or getting a job offer."
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