Latest posts

As I try to post on LinkedIn daily, these are the latest 10 posts if you missed them.

Ever feel like a fraud?

When you find someone else’s solution online, and determine that it solves your particular problem. A much faster solution, then say, starting from scratch. You

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“Why?

Why would a user ever do that? The Salesforce logic I put in place wasn’t prepared to handle that type of crazy scenario. How on

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IT Works!

How often do we find a solution online, manipulate it a little, plug it into our org, and miraculously the problem is solved? Not really

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Career Search

These posts are specific to those currently seeking a new position or things to keep in mind when that time comes.
Career Search

On the fence…

Making a position/company change can often be hard. I think being on the fence is often a natural tendency. Knowing what you have now versus

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Career Search

The Mothership

While I’m not sure how many thousands of people Salesforce is hiring this year. Their beams seem to be on full blast. Making it hard

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Career Search

Outgrown…

Maybe this year you’ve realized that you’ve outgrown your current role. As the year winds down, and things are a little less hectic, you might

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Perspectives

These posts are random thoughts on the job market, recruiting or my personal Salesforce Random Thought of the Day (SRTotD).

Ever feel like a fraud?

When you find someone else’s solution online, and determine that it solves your particular problem. A much faster solution, then say, starting from scratch. You

Read More »

“Why?

Why would a user ever do that? The Salesforce logic I put in place wasn’t prepared to handle that type of crazy scenario. How on

Read More »

IT Works!

How often do we find a solution online, manipulate it a little, plug it into our org, and miraculously the problem is solved? Not really

Read More »

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Perspectives

On borrowed time…

Have you accepted a position that you weren’t sure about? Especially, if you weren’t working, and needed to get employed again. And you considered it

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