Home: Authors: Colin Daymude
Founder, The Bucket Principle

Status: Member since October 5, 2009
Location: United States of America
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TRCB - Member Profile - Colin Daymude

Colin Daymude is the founder of The Bucket Principle which is not only a brilliant book but a movement. The co-creator of the highest selling book series of all time, Mark Victor Hansen (Chicken Soup for the Soul) had this to say, "Everyone Needs to Read the Bucket Principle". Enough said. 

If you are tired of sitting on the sidelines and want to start being a contributor to the world you must start with yourself. The Bucket Principle is an easy to read parable that explains why you are who you are how to makes the changes to become who you want to be.

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Yes I know that 13 is an unlucky number and even that may deter some of you from reading this. Just this once how about being a contrarian? That’s right, go against the grain. Make a difference in your life. Okay let me be perfectly honest with you. Nobody owes you a job.
True Story: How Pam Got a Job in an Instant without submitting resume. Here it is short and sweet. Most of you wouldn’t think that you could apply these same techniques to your job description but you are probably wrong and just need some creative adjustments in your thinking and awareness.
Sometimes in life our actions are completely counterintuitive! Take for example if you decide to go on a diet. The first thing most people do is think that they must eliminate something or cut back. In reality the challenge of a diet is that you must add more good foods vs. taking away bad foods. The good naturally replaces the bad.
Yes I'm talking about some really neat things that happened to me personally because of social media.
How to be a Job Search Champion and What Obama, Pitt, and Goodell have to do with Job Search.
One thing that the "experts" agree on and I wholeheartedly agree with is that you should take your job search seriously. But what does that mean really?
Seriously what are these questions all about anyway? If you haven't experienced them, you are lucky but at some point you likely will.
Human nature is a funny thing and understanding it can put you at the top of the "best fit" category in your job hunt (regardless of whether you are the most qualified).
So I’m sure you have all heard that you should keep your friends close and your enemies closer? Nothing could be further from the truth. You need to know exactly how Human Resources works and why.
In my job searches I actually received the majority of my interviews without ever submitting a resume or application.
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