Archive for August, 2016
remote workers – Equipment

For all remote workers and future remote workers, here is an example of the equipment that I use when working from home.

– High-speed Internet (Xfinity)
– Laptops (3)
– Extra monitors (3)
– Color Laser printer

#remoteworker,#telecommute,#telework,#workfromhome

remote work – working from home

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My name is Bruce and I work from home. This is just a video about my perspective on how it has been working from home for the last (2) years.

#remotework,#workfromhome,#telecommute,#telework,#wfh

Unpair Ring Video Door Bell Attach to New Wifi Network

We had some issues with the Ring Video Door bell. When someone came to the door or rang the door bell it would take a long time to respond.

Since we have more than one Wifi, the issue was that the Ring Video Door bell was paired with the wifi that was furthest away. This was causing a slow response. So I needed to do the following to fix it:
1 – Detach the Video Door bell from the front door.
2 – Remove the device from the Ring App (unpair)
3 – Pair the Device again & Hit the orange button on the Video Door bell
4 – Choose the new Wifi connection
5 – Test our the Video Door bell & reattach it to the door

Bonus: Apply all the old settings to the video door bell via the app.
#internetofthings,#iot,#ring,#homesecurity,#videocamera,#physicalsecurity,#chime,#security

 

Resume Impact (part 1 of 2) keywords and impact

Mr. Eric Lee said, “Very informative and helpful video. Looking forward on the video for your tips on making a résumé. More power!”

What I have done with my résumé is to focus on content. I focus on two main things in the content:
1 – Impact statements
2 – Keywords in the industry

On the very top of the resume, I add my highest certification, and/or degree next to my name. This allows for an immediate impact because the employer sees that immediately.

I make sure that the employer or recruiter has a way to contact me by putting my email and/or phone number up top.

I place the title of the job I am going for as the title of the résumé so that the résumé is more of a statement of what I am going for rather than what I am currently doing. Normally, the title of the job I am going for and the one I am currently doing are different names for the same work.

I make sure that all my primary achievements are on the top of the résumé. If I have a huge amount of experience, a PHD, a certification, then I put that up top under my name for impact.

I put impact statements through out my job descriptions, so they can see what an effective worker I am.

I add keywords from my industry. For example, the keyword “DIACAP” is used exclusively in my career field, so I make sure I add that in the impact statement of my job descriptions.

What is equally important is to advertise the resume. Upload it to as many job sites and job search engines as you can (especially Linkedin).