1. The act of demonstrating your talent, qualifications, achievements, and likelihood to succeed.
No experience? No problem. Side projects and tailored applications can help overcome your lack of work history.
By Jenn Tardif
Bad news: studies show that creatives are often overlooked as leaders. Good news: the bias can be overcome.
By Heidi Grant Halvorson
How does a small upstart take on bigger, more established players? By giving a damn. From the founders on down.
By The 99U Team
Think like an investor and keep your freelance pipeline filled with "blue chip" and long-shot clients.
By Sara Horowitz
<br>The author of <em>The 4-Hour Chef</em> on how he markets his work while keeping focused with the help of timers, old laptops, and an avoidance of public speaking.<br>
By Ariston Anderson
<br>The road to helping others understand and accept our ideas starts with storytelling. A look at how narratives inspire empathy and loyalty.<br>
By Sean Blanda
<br>What's the best way to grab someone's attention? A new study finds that potential has significantly more allure than accomplishment.<br>
By Christian Jarrett
<br>Launching a startup is probably one of the more irrational decisions you can make, so you better well give a damn.<br>
By Alexis Ohanian
To get great work, you have to get noticed. A curated collection of resumes and other self-promo pieces that break the mold and spark genuine interest.