2017 was a BIG year for us and the Eazl community!
We launched 7 new courses, made the biggest update EVER to our Growth Hacking Masterclass in collaboration with a former Eazl student (our first time collaborating with Eazl alumni on a course), and our enrolled students grew to 130K+.
This makes me all kinds of happy and proud to be part of the Eazl family.
Along with the growth and new paid content, we also rolled out a ton of free content throughout the year. These are the Top 10 posts of 2017, chosen by readers of the Eazl blog.
Having trouble with someone at work? Working on a team that’s not working well together?
Check out one of our most popular modules from our Advanced Management Training course: how to use the Myers-Briggs (or MBTI) personality test to understand diverse personality types.
In the world of business and marketing right now, it’s all about AI and chatbots. In the next 5-10 years, you can expect chatbots to become much more a part of our lives and how we interact with companies.
The thing is…you can make one right now. And you don’t even have to know how to code!
We’ve gathered up all the resources we have for you on bots at the moment and put them all here so you can catch up with what’s happening in the world of bots.
Maja Voje is a beloved member of our community; one of our earliest adopters whose intelligence, skill, and collaborative nature serves as an inspiration for us to keep doing what we do.
Recently, Maja created this guide of over 100 free growth hacking tools “to bridge the gap between tool discovery and implementation.” The world of growth hacking is young and it seems like new tools for growth are launched every day. That’s what makes Maja’s work so useful.
And she’s tested all of them herself.
“If you’re anything like me, you might find the world of personal finance (think: credit, debt, and acquiring property) to be strange and unfamiliar. I never had my parents teach me and it was never a focus in school. The only advice I ever received came from my mom when she said, “Don’t get a credit card,” when I headed off the University of Texas at Austin at age 18.
I may not have listened to that advice. : /”
Adi Diner is a Project Manager at Spectra-Physics, an industrial and scientific laser company in the San Francisco Bay Area. Adi’s profile stood out to me because I wanted to highlight someone from the Eazl community with a science and engineering background. I also really liked how her passion for science was developed as a child because I think it’s something so many of us can relate to.
Check out Adi’s wise words about teamwork and perfection, which is applicable to you no matter what industry you’re in…
Accordingly to research from UC Berkeley, 1% of the cells in your body are replaced per day, which means all of your cells change within a quarter or season of a year. It also takes that long to form a new habit.
In addition, our emotions affect our level of cellular change. The more daily positive emotions we have, the more we can change who we are and it can even affect the way our genes are transcribed (for the better).
In What’s Next, Team Eazl travels around North America to capture the climate of entrepreneurship and innovation in cities outside of San Francisco and NYC.
We discover how economies and people are thriving in the ever changing world of work by talking to heavy hitters and innovators that live within –and contribute to– those communities.
Join our host, Davis Jones, in the third episode of the season as he explores the business of gut health on Sonoma County, California.
“I love finding branding and marketing inspiration on Instagram and I’m loving the platform in general these days because the user experience is a lot more enjoyable than the toxic environment on Facebook. You can find out more about how we feel about THAT whole sitch here.
In my feed, I like to see posts from a mix of different kinds of companies because, as a marketer, I’m constantly paying attention to what other marketers are doing well.”
The Projects section might be at the bottom of your resume…but don’t be fooled! It’s still a major selling point of your CV and is becoming more and more relevant in the modern job market as companies look for employees who self-train and walk through the door with something to offer on the first day.
This is why lifelong learning and continuing education is having a moment right now…and the market will continue to grow.
There are a lot of ways that you can demonstrate your initiative and interests as projects on your resume. Here are a few ideas…
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- The Secret to Human-Centric Networking - January 16, 2018