10Jul' 24

When I was a bright-eyed MBA student in business school, one of our professors warned us that a decent number of us would end up accepting professional roles that conflict with our character at some point in our careers. I always considered myself a highly ethical, principled individual with an unwavering set of morals guiding […]

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17Jun' 24

One of my earliest childhood memories was playing with my mom’s 1980s Panasonic RQ-341 cassette tape recorder. When she wasn’t using it to play Suzuki songs and record our violin recitals, I used it to host a make-believe radio show from my bedroom closet, recording myself narrating children’s stories and hosting pretend interviews with imaginary […]

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24Jan' 24

If you’re someone who’s on the hunt for a new role this year, your ability to effectively find and approach recruiters on LinkedIn can have a direct impact on your job prospects. With LinkedIn recently crossing 1 billion users globally in 200 countries, it firmly remains the world’s most popular and powerful online professional network. […]

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18Jan' 24

With the start of the new year, you may be thinking about making a career change. According to Glassdoor, January is the month employees are most likely to think about changing jobs, likely resulting from a combination of hiring managers who have refreshed their budgets and job applicants reconsidering where they want to take their […]

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20Dec' 23

There’s something incredibly satisfying about smugly sitting down, clicking through to your Outlook settings, and switching on your out-of-office autoresponder. First, you get to decide on dates. Let’s see. Should you include the weekends as part of your out-of-office date range, signaling just how many vacation days you’ve earned through all your hard work? Or […]

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20Dec' 23

In 2000, I bought my first mobile phone (a Sprint PCS Touchpoint 2200), the week I moved to Hawaii after graduating from college. I wanted to have a way to more easily contact landlords when finding a place to rent in Honolulu. I loved having it. It made staying in touch with family and friends […]

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About Joseph Liu

Joseph Liu helps aspiring professionals relaunch their careers to do work that matters. As a keynote speaker, career & personal branding consultant, and host of the Career Relaunch podcast, his passion is helping people gain the clarity, confidence, and courage to pursue truly meaningful careers. Having gone through three major career changes himself, he now shares insights from building & relaunching global consumer brands to empower professionals and business owners to build & relaunch their personal brands.