First, come up with a potential solution.
Younger employees can help executives peer into the future.
Demonstrate industry knowledge and general curiosity.
Eliminate time-wasting habits and absorb more information.
Dove Tail Bats is taking on industry giants making a bat that MLB players love to swing.
You won't catch the basketball superstar paying to download apps.
Dallas Cowboys running back Alfred Morris loves his 1991 Mazda.
Are you on track for a raise, or in need of a reality check?
"Don't ever despise any kind of work. Every job that is improving humanity, the state of humanity, is worth doing," said Winnie Byanyima.
Show that you've been listening, and that you're capable of thinking big.
Think differently about how to get ahead, suggests Grant Cardone.
Greg and Rachel Denning and their kids have been to more than 30 countries over the past 10 years.
Demonstrate that you're informed and interested in connecting with others.
Now is not the time to mention that you collect shot glasses.
Give hiring managers a better sense of your values.
Avoid responses that include tasks central to the role.