Ep #35: Three Things To Avoid When Working With Clients or Employers

podcast Jan 16, 2023
Three Things To Avoid When Working With Clients or Employers

Welcome back to this month's series. In this spoke episode, we are going to dig deeper into "Three Things To Avoid When Working With Clients Or Employers". We are tying this all into our first episode - The Top 5 Remote Work and Business Predictions for 2023. 

Here’s what you can find in this episode:

Welcome back to this month's series on my top five predictions for remote work and business opportunities in 2023. Last week we talked about how to increase your online presence for income opportunities whether it is working for yourself or someone else. This week we are going one step further with 3 things to avoid when you are working with clients or employers. I would encourage you to go back and listen to episodes #33 and #34 before continuing on with this episode. 

Here are a few tips we cover in this episode:

  • In this new era of working remotely, we have a multi-generational workforce.  
  • New hiring practices for 2023.
  • How to avoid aging yourself in the hiring process.
  • Looking overly confident (ie: the expert in the room).
  • Do not use outdated verbiage or outdated advice.

Head over to the blog to listen to the entire episode as we dig deeper into all Three Things To Avoid When Working With Clients and Employers.

Don't miss next week's episode where we finish up this month's series on remote work predictions for 2023.

See you then.

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