Someone Should Invent This: Location-Based Mobile App That Connects Candidates & Employers

Heather R. HuhmanEntrepreneurship

I recently purchased David Meerman Scott’s latest book, Real-Time Marketing & PR. (Whether you’re an entrepreneur or in marketing, PR, or communications, I recommend you read it!) Like all of David’s previous books, I just couldn’t put it down. (Yes, I’m a nerd.) But Chapter 11, “Going Mobile, Real Time is All the Time,” really got my brain churning. I’ll … Read More

My Next Book is Underway…and I Want to Hear from You!

Heather R. HuhmanBooks, Entrepreneurship, Personal

Signing my first book contract (to write #ENTRYLEVELtweet: Taking Your Career from Classroom to Cubicle) was one of the most exciting moments of my life. However, signing my second book contract this past weekend was even more¬†exhilarating! Like my co-author, Kristina Allen, I’ve been a writer since a very young age. I used to write short stories for my little … Read More

8 Productivity Tips from Entrepreneurs (That You Can Use, Too!)

Heather R. HuhmanCandidate Advice, Entrepreneurship

Everyone always asks me how I do everything I do (full-time PR job, founder/president of Come Recommended, national entry-level careers columnist for, author, founding partner of, etc.). Needless to say, productivity is an important issue for me in order to balance all of my commitments — and also have a life outside of them! So, I was incredibly … Read More

How to Shatter the Template Lifestyle in 2010

Heather R. HuhmanEntrepreneurship

Like most “news” these days, I first heard about Untemplater on Twitter. The tweet didn’t explain what the site was, but it came from a person I know and trust — plus the name intrigued me. So, I decided to check it out. What is Untemplater? I can’t possibly describe it as well as they do, so here’s a direct … Read More

Part 1: My 4-Hour Workweek Dreamline

Heather R. HuhmanEntrepreneurship

I recently received a review copy of The 4-Hour Workweek, Expanded and Updated: Escape 9-5, Live Anywhere, and Join the New Rich. Although I’m a slow reader, I’ve already finished it — and aim to read it again sometime soon. Don’t worry, I’m not downsizing to a four-hour workweek. I actually really enjoy what I do! But, I do desire … Read More

Making “The Entrepreneurial Generation” Work for You

Heather R. HuhmanEntrepreneurship

I had the great honor of speaking to a group of future entrepreneurs at Clemson last night. Although entrepreneurship isn’t one of the topics I normally speak about–even though I write about it fairly frequently–I was extremely eager to share what I’ve learned so far as an entrepreneur and how they could learn from my successes and mistakes. Before jumping … Read More