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HUBSU Inc + iHeartRadio + Circle TPR = Awesome Tan Lines

Thanks to the good folks at Angry Gorilla Marketing, we were put in contact with Circle TPR, the management group for MGM’s festivals. From there, they gave our staff a shot and to surmise how well the event went, it sounds like we’ll be working together quite a bit in the future. ^___^

In other […]

By |September 23rd, 2014|Latest Events|0 Comments

Developing your life’s story

To those unacquainted with the rule’s of Joseph Cambell’s The Hero with a Thousand Faces. Mr. Cambell dictate’s that there are certain essentials you need when writing a great story. I implore any of you reading this to consider your lives in the same fashion and fill in the blanks wherever necessary to make […]

By |September 4th, 2014|FreeAdvice|0 Comments

Thing you should know about money.

“Do more with less,” one of the core competencies we at HUBSU Inc. like to instill in our clientele. It doesn’t matter if you’re a teenager, in your 20’s, or even pushing the “retirement age,” the principles illustrated by Business Insider’s article, “What I Wish I Had Known About Money When I Was 21″ […]

By |July 25th, 2014|FreeAdvice|0 Comments

Life Advice from Mike Rowe

For the recent grads who’ve been released into the wilds of the job market and folks in the same job they half-ass, but expect raises, promotions, or offers from better locations. READ THIS ARTICLE! Mindzette – A Fan Asked Mike Rowe For Life Advice…His Response is Pricelesse

Stop looking for the “right” career, and start […]

By |June 28th, 2014|FreeAdvice|0 Comments

Social Life Hacks

I admit, I don’t always get it right when reading people. But as far as I’m concerned it’s not easy trying to keep your head above water in the grand ocean of social situations you’ll eventually encounter.

Lucky for you, Mindzette’s done most of the legwork on some of the most popular “life hacks.” […]

By |June 17th, 2014|FreeAdvice|0 Comments

Traditional Resumes are Garbage

Liz Ryan makes the case that most resumes make the same common mistake and miss 8 core things employers really want to know from their employees. Important things like, “Can this person apply the skills they claim they have?” or my personal favorite, “Is this person a terrible human to work with?”

The key is […]

By |May 28th, 2014|FreeAdvice|0 Comments

Leadership: Development Vs. Training

Mike Myatt, a regular leadership columnist to Forbes wrote about something I’m very passionate about which I hope to share with whoever’s reading this. There’s a HUGE difference between management and leadership training. One of the most important things anybody in a position to delegate needs to remember is do they want a robot […]

No surprise there: Studies show Having Creative Hobbies = Creativity in Workplace

According to Daily RX, companies that embrace the pastimes of their staff create stronger work environments.
Click the link for more: Creative De-Stressing From Work Rigors, Daily RX News

I hope I really don’t have to say much here in regards to how you could be creative with your own staff.
Maybe it’s about time to have that […]

By |April 20th, 2014|FreeAdvice|0 Comments

Recommended Read: The 7 Habits of Highly Effective People

Stephen R. Covey’s fairly well renown for his suite of various self-help books in the business world. The 7 Habits of Higly Effect People being one of them, was rated by Time magazine as one of “The 25 Most Influential Business Management Books,” of  all time and U.S. President Bill Clinton, shortly after reading the […]

By |April 7th, 2014|FreeAdvice|0 Comments

Conventions & You: Why models aren’t the way to go.

Despite the “better” practices of many marketers or sales people, the real bottom line to actually generating productive leads is having effective face to face meetings with people you’re trying to do business with and establish genuine connections. Do yourself a favor and have people who know and care about the product. The rest […]

By |March 29th, 2014|FreeAdvice|4 Comments