1-3-300x1372015 was a full year of speaking engagements where I put out some of my best information about LinkedIn, resume writing, and college essays. In case you missed the live events, I thought I’d highlight some of the appearances that you can still watch!

LinkedIn Tips

Most recently, I was one of 30+ expert presenters at the LinkedIn Success Summit, a 5-day information-packed event on how to generate leads, sales and profit from LinkedIn. Although you can no longer access my talk for free, if you want to get lifetime access to all the interviews of all the Summit speakers, you can purchase a pass for $147 now through December 31.

For a different type of presentation with more nuts and bolts about LinkedIn profiles, you can view this webinar which I delivered for Beyond B-School’s Get Hired Boot camp on February 18:

LinkedIn: The Enhancements That Open Doors.

To see me in action, critiquing the LinkedIn profile of Rob Hart, plus giving some other tips on cat photos, check out this October 28 appearance on Chicago’s WGN Radio. Listen here (at about 14:45)!

Finally in the LinkedIn Tips category, the year started off with a January 26 podcast with Angela Copeland of Copeland Coaching: “Mastering LinkedIn: Secrets from Brenda Bernstein’s Book, How to Write a KILLER LinkedIn Profile” (Podcast #36).

LinkedIn was definitely the most popular topic of the year! But there was more!

Resume Writing Tips

I have only one recorded opportunity from 2015 on the topic of resumes, from a December 9 TV appearance on Fox 6’s Studio A. Preview: I sing New York, New York in this one!

If you want more on resumes, please watch my signature webinar, How to Make Resume Writing FUN! (Yes, it can be done!)

College Essay Tips

If you’re interested in college essays tips for yourself or an upcoming college student, here’s a quick interview for Channel 3 TV on that topic from July 31: View the interview here!

To view all of my past TV and radio appearances, visit my TV & Radio page. And to catch future events, keep posted with The Essay Expert’s Calendar of Events and my email/social media announcements.

Enjoy the “TV Watching” over the holidays – I hope the items in this post will balance out other favorites like A Charlie Brown Christmas and It’s a Wonderful Life.

If there’s a topic you’d like to see me speak about for any group to get my 2016 media year in full swing, please let me know. I’ll be happy to consider opportunities!

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