Interviewing

Crush your next interview with more confidence and ownership than ever before.

The 7 Habits of Highly Toxic Companies (+Rx) Members Public

My mission is simple. I want more people to love what they do. Odds are, you’d like to love what you do, too. We need to create work environments that help one another feel truly happy and safe to accomplish this. We cannot feed or allow toxic behavior to

Jacob Warwick
Jacob Warwick
Leadership

What’s Next For You? Members Public

Living to work rather than working to live—sucks. More specifically, it sucks the joy out of our lives. It leads to compounding negativity that sucks the joy out of those closest to us as well. It’s a bad deal. Yet, living to work is a rut that many

Jacob Warwick
Jacob Warwick
Interviewing

You're Insecure. Why Not Own It? Members Public

We're all insecure about something. And yes, that means you too. I thought it was just me (and maybe you thought it was just you). Then I thought it was the managers. Then directors. Then, funnily enough, it turned out to be vice presidents. Then the c-suite and founders. Then

Jacob Warwick
Jacob Warwick
Narrative Building

Crush Your Next Interview Members Public

I’d like to acknowledge what I consider to be interviewing table stakes—because there is a lot of generic information out there regarding interviewing. This is not another one of those posts. Let's hop to it. (1) Research. Know about the company and the role you’re vying for.

Jacob Warwick
Jacob Warwick
Interviewing

How Much Money Do You Want? Members Public

I’ve led 100s of negotiations for clients. Many with a 7+ figure delta (thanks to FAANG leaders and C-suite clientele). It's clear from all that back-n-forth that this is still a truism: money is the universal language of perceived value. Money talks (and gets clicks). However, money is simply

Jacob Warwick
Jacob Warwick
Negotiation

Stop Competing With Children Members Public

I know what you’re thinking, “What the hell does this kid know about getting old?” Alright, hear ye hear ye. First of all, I don’t get along with anyone my age. A significant majority of my friends are twice my age. I’ve always worked primarily with executives

Jacob Warwick
Jacob Warwick
Interviewing

So, Tell Me About Yourself... Members Public

While seemingly innocuous, how you navigate the next 90 seconds of this answer will either drive the conversation into boredom and mediocrity—or make you memorable, elevate your perception, build excitement about your expertise, and distance you from your competition. Let’s hop right into what makes a great impression.

Jacob Warwick
Jacob Warwick
Interviewing