Andy Robinson

Andy Robinson
Andy RobinsonName: Andy Robinson Twitter:@AndyInNaplesLinkedIn:/in/andyrobinsonprofilePersonal Website/Blog:www.AndyRobinsonCoach.comBio: Andy has over 15 years experience as an executive coach, career success coach and personal branding strategist. He has a total of 25 years business and leadership experience across a variety of industries, serving scores of companies of all sizes (Fortune 100 to small, locally owned businesses) as a management consultant with PricewaterhouseCoopers (10 years), a professional advisor, and an outside executive coach. Andy is also an author, speaker, professional trainer and co-host of the Career Success Radio Show on Exceptional Wisdom Radio. To add to his respected list of credibility, he is a licensed member of the International Coach Federation (ICF). He loves what he does for a living! What's your favorite career related quote?"Choose a job you love and you will never have to work a day in your life." (Confucius) What's your favorite part about being a CAREEREALISM-Approved Career Expert? I enjoy being a member of an exceptional team of career experts. I love sharing ideas and working together to help others love what they do for a living and achieve lasting career success. Articles written by this expert:Opportunity Flags Are Flying…Can You See Them?The Rule of Three (a.k.a. How to Be Unforgettable to Employers)Listen Up! (10 Ways to Use Your Ears to Advance Career)Conversation KILLERS (How to Ruin a Networking Opportunity)4 Reasons to Consider the Source of Criticism14 Things that Impact the Quality of Your Personal Brand10 Habits to Energize Your Day! Try These When the Pressure is On12 Ways to Shorten Your Unemployment by 90 Days9 Resolution Ideas for Your Career in 2010The Art and Skill of Saying 'No' EffectivelyThe Importance of 'Staying in the Loop' at WorkLinkedIn – 10 Tips for Effectively Using Your Status UpdateHow to Effectively Use LinkedIn’s Group Feature to Grow Your Network10 Tips for Adding Value by Showing InitiativeRecovery Kit: 10 Tips for Small Business Owners3 Great Habits for Ending Your Week on a Positive Note!3 Powerful Listening Habits that EXPRESS to Others You Are Listening AttentivelyThe Power and Magic of Keeping Your Promises and CommitmentsThe 8 Myths of DelegationAn Action Tip for Dealing with ProcrastinationHow Well Are You 'Branded' Amongst Your Contact Network?When 'Being Nosy' Can Be a Powerful TechniqueHow to Spend the First and Last 10 Minutes of the DayThe Power of Nice – Kindness as a Leadership TraitInvolve Others in Your Decision MakingMake the Most of Mistakes By Asking These Two QuestionsAre You Fully Leveraging the Value of What You’re Known For?Who’s Your Most Important Customer or Client?25 Life-Changing Benefits of Daily Exercise‘Sandwich’ Your Networking CallHelp a Colleague ‘Relive’ an AccomplishmentHow to Make it Easy to Adopt a New HabitHow to Start Your Work Week Off RightWhy Feedback Will Help Your Professional DevelopmentBe a Leader at Work By Helping OthersManagers: Get Things Done More EfficientlyWhy You Should Create a Weekly Planning ProcessMid-Year Review: 10 Questions to Ask Yourself TodayHow to Change Old Habits and Adopt New Ones4 Steps to Success: Why You Should Use the Copycat PrincipleAct Like a Business Owner to Advance Your Career
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