Radio Show: CJOB: The Night Hawk June 2, 2011
Geoff Currier talks with the co-author of a new book, Fame 101, about how to become famous in your own line of work.
Talk Show: CKTB News Talk 610 June 1, 2011
Larry Fedoruk talks with the co-author of a new book, Fame 101, about how to become famous in your own line of work.
Publication: Pittsburgh Tribune-Review May 8, 2011
There's nothing like finding that first gray hair, is there?
It's a sign that you're aging. But what happens when that gray hair may affect your ability to get -- or keep -- a job?
For many older job seekers and employees worried about looking young enough to be seen as a vital asset to a company, it has meant having plastic surgery. The American Society of Plastic Surgeons...
Radio Show: AM790 Positive Business March 11, 2011
Jay Jessup joined host Patricia Raskin to talk about his book FAME 101 and to share ideas about how people and companies can use his branding and publicity strategies to join the leading one percent of every field. Raskin's show features notable guests including Jack Canfield, Jane Seymour, Dr. Oz and other cultural icons with messages and advice for living a positive life.
Interview: South Florida Today December 7, 2010
Have you always wanted to build a brand a make a name for yourself? Well, this segment is for you. Maggie Jessup, author of Fame 101 joins us to share some strategies how you can quickly rise to the top like most celebrities...
Publication: Diversity MBA Magazine November 3, 2010
Is your MBA fast-tracking your career, or are your peers leapfrogging you to the corner office, getting massive start-up funding, attracting mega-deals, and otherwise leaving you in the professional dust? Maybe it's time to revamp your professional brand strategy.
A recent study of America's success icons reveals a common element - all are as adept at personal branding, promotion,...
A guide to getting what you're worth for entrepreneurs and contract workers.
Forbes.com August 30, 2010
The price of gas goes up. So does a half-gallon of organic milk. Property taxes and health care costs aren't getting cheaper. So here's a question to all the entrepreneurs and freelance/contract workers out there: Why are your fees stuck at the same rate as last year? Or worse--as several years ago?
"Women unconsciously tie price setting to self esteem and self respect," says...
Interview: Womenspeak.com July 26, 2010
Why do the media choose your press release over a thousand others? What creates an "Oprah Winfrey" out of a weather girl or a "Rachel Ray" from a grocery store food sampler?
Maggie Jessup knows how to make you the star of your profession and she shares pivotal elements of her "fame formula" from her book, Fame 101, in this "Conversation with Dr. Nancy."
Maggie used her expertise as an...
New Jersey Business June 27, 2010
Celeste White of Devlin Communications writes: "Being recently fired, I would say, looking back, the way to survive is to lay low. I would advise employees that are currently employed to, shut your mouth, do the minimum amount of work possible and whatever you do, don't shine. Be wallpaper, those are the ones that survive in the workplace."
Some career experts share Celeste's basic...
Publication: Los Angeles Daily Journal June 22, 2010
New attorneys are very conscious of how others are doing in the profession. They watch those few classmates who glide into great jobs with the coolest firms, the small percentage of associates who seemingly effortlessly leapfrog their contemporaries in the race towards partnership, and the very few partners who stand out as the recognized best among alleged equals.
Whether you're toiling...