Top 5 Misconceptions Of An Introvert

My name is Jason Yormark and I’m an introvert. There…I said it. I’m not ashamed. Why should I be? If there’s one thing I’ve learned over the years, is that being successful in life and business as an introvert isn’t any more or less challenging than if I were the opposite. But the perceptions I and those I’ve worked with don’t go unnoticed so I feel compelled to set the record straight. Let it begin! We don’t like to be around

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5 Things I’ve Learned About Being A Great Manager

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Do you know what one of the biggest mistakes companies make when it comes to hiring a manager or promoting those into management positions? Assuming they’ll be great at managing and leading people based solely on their previous job performances. I’ve seen it time and time again people being hired or promoted into roles that put them in a position of being responsible for other people, and they are not wired, nor fit to do so…and in many cases, don’t want to

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Introducing Marketima – A marketing career website

As I’ve gotten older the things I’m interested in writing about have strayed further away from my actual career. My personal blog has become a smorgasbord of topics ranging from tech to lifestyle, and less about marketing. Thus my entrepreneurial itch came storming back, and I felt the need to launch a separate site to be home to all my marketing content. Say hello to Marketima. Quite simply Marketima is a marketing career website focused on giving marketing professionals a

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Are You Prepared To Be Laid Off? 5 Things You Need To Do Right Now So You Are.

You’re going to be laid off. There’s a damn good chance of that happening. Are you prepared to deal with it? In my daily perusing of news and entertainment, I stumbled across this article about what one particular woman wished she knew before being laid off. While it’s a relatively interesting piece about one woman’s experience with being let go after a long tenure, I couldn’t help but feel like it lacked any true call to action for people that

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What’s Your What If?

Last night I drove a lot of miles away from the hustle and bustle I normally fight through on a daily basis to coach my son at his baseball game, a little town called Granite Falls. It’s about 50 miles north and east of Seattle and off the beaten path. I arrived with my son, and as they warmed up on one baseball field, I watched as the high school team wrapped up their practice on an adjacent field. It

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Decision Fatigue. Yep, it’s a thing.

Wifey: “What do you want for dinner?” Me: “I don’t know, whatever you want.” or Me: “What do you want to watch?” Wifey: “Whatever. You decide.” The above are fairly common occurrences in our household, and I would imagine in many others. There’s been plenty of instances where we’d frustrate each other because neither of us could make a decision for such seemingly simple decisions. So why is it that I can’t just make a decision around what I want

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