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a book with a man and a woman sihoulette with the title Chief of Staff
Book rating: 4/5 The reason why I read: Currently, I work at Microsoft. My team members call me “a coordinator,” and others call me “Chief of Staff” To know what the industry will regard me as, I want to find a book to list possible deliverables of a Chief of Staff. According to this book,...
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Rating: 2.5/5 It is a textbook, a lot of foundation and no deep-dive. Even though I bought the latest edition, I find it a bit outdated because it does not explain how data and analytics are used in marketing. Yes, there is a separate chapter on Marketing analytics. Still, it only spreads for 3-4 pages,...
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I came across my old blog post dated back in 2012, when I was 23 years old. 2012 was also the year I created Blank Brief as a marketing agency. This blog post sounded like a reason why Blank Brief was born. I re-read a whole thing, and I don’t understand 60% of it. The...
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Inspired by my team member’s weekly update, I want to document what I did the past week. This public post has eliminated all confidential work-related elements. All statements and supporting evidence are my personal views only.  My husband answered when I asked him what qualifications he would look for when hiring an analyst. He hits...
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When I interned at a Dallas-based advertising agency, departments were organized by delivery channel and separated by floors. People who worked on television would hardly interact with those who handled print, etc. Digital production team, my team, was newly added and were assigned a small corner, sharing with the graphic designers. After two years of...
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So yeah, that baby NETFLIX who have been consuming my $8/month for the past 3 years, so my contribution to the company so far has been 288 dollars for three years. By not using this 288, i could have bought each week a small cup of my favorite coffee at the cart near Times Square....
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Today a man slept on my shoulder for nearly half of the subway ride. Next to him was one big suitcase. He woke up, did not say anything to me until Herald Square stop. He then said “Thanks so much!” without looking at me and dragged his suitcase away.  Yeah, that’s it! A normal day...
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