I released a new book this past month, Manage Your Job Search. It's about how you use personal kanban and timeboxes to create a visual system of your work in a job search, and then how to apply practical approaches to networking, reflecting and persevering through a job hunt. It's a great book. You should buy it if you're looking for a job.
But what if you're not looking for a job right now?
That's what this post is all about.