Sharing tips and lessons I’ve reflected on as I went through seasons of being jobless. For me, it’s a wilderness experience that the Lord didn’t put to waste because He used these seasons to teach, mold and correct me. May this be an encouragement to those who find themselves in that “wilderness” right now.
The Yellow Tomorrow Show put the spotlight on dads who have successfully transitioned to the home-based life as online English teachers with 51Talk.
It’s not everyday that you get the chance to have light banter and play fun games with the country head of the leading online English education company. In this episode, Ms. Jen Que let us in on her personal life and quarantine activities while still staying on top of things in her workplace.
Spotlight-hogging during interviews can convey the message that you’re self-centered and are not considerate of the interviewer and the other people who may be with you during the interview.
Informal online gatherings can be a bit more laidback than work-specific video calls but that doesn’t mean you forget manners and etiquette! Similar to physical conversations, you have to be mindful of the topics you talk about and the questions you ask.
For celebrities, handling interviews and communicating well are key skills. Having interviewed celebrities and performers for over 10 years, I’ve observed that those who have excellent communication skills really have an edge.
Mommy Blogger, businesswoman and Taxumo’s Chief Operating Officer Ginger Arboleda joined the Yellow Tomorrow Show to share productivity hacks for moms while TJ Monterde played games and sang live for the viewers.
With meet-ups being mostly online these days, whether you’re on Zoom, Google Meet, Hangouts, Messenger or whatever platform, we must remember the importance of respect and courtesy. In this video I share tips on how to make online meetings more efficient and how to conduct yourself appropriately.