On how to write yourself a sticky, unique and personal short bio that fits your personality and 160 characters or less, so you can finally use it on any of your social media profiles.
Although I believe I know the "requirements" it turned out to be super tricky and uber hard to write it for others (yes, I tried >> http://shortbio.me), but at least I could share my "wisdom" with you.
The Danish government has recently (January 2014) published an updated list of professions, where there is a need for qualified candidates, the socalled positive list. SO! Are these careers actually possible, IRL? Let's take the temperature of the job market for expats within these professions.
Let's dig out some cases, where an expat has actually succeeded in getting a career within these areas.
Let's find out what the trade unions, the companies and the policy makers say!
I have grouped some links and quotes in this storify:
The Dunning-Kruger effect versus impostor syndrome in a world where you have to sell people on an idea you haven't built yet, using numbers everyone in the room knows are invented. This will touch on gender and marginalised groups, and the way that the scrutiny we face makes it harder for us to adopt the same pose on stage.
I'd like to continue on on my "For Developers" series and provide tips, stories, best practices and advice for developers seeking to be entrepreneurs. Initial thoughts include advice on marketing, leadership, hiring, partnerships, and building culture, among others.