Social Media Profiling
Whether it is Facebook, Twitter, Linked In, or other social media, does your profile picture fit your personality?
I stay more connected to the younger career orientated crowd when I talk to my daughter, Brittany. Social media has weaved its way into people and their personalities and their careers. Social Media has become more important as part of their careers to stay connected.
My daughter, Brittany, is part of a networking group in which she partook in an activity of answering questions about herself. In Brittany's words, "I wrote down 25 events, people, places, etc., that led me to where I am now in my career. The good and the bad. Then from there, I wrote down how I felt at each milestone. Then I looked at themes in those milestones and feelings. I found two themes. 1) I crave adventure. 2) Company culture is very important, probably more important to me than the actual job."
Brittany chose an open road as part of her showing her personality of craving adventure. And as we were walking to the road, we were singing, "Life is a Highway...I want to drive it all night long!!"