Rachel Weingarten is a marketing & brand strategist and president of 729.marketing. She’s a pop culture and trends analyst who frequently writes about business and style and the business of style. Rachel’s a sometimes professor, teaching personal branding and the history of beauty culture and cosmetic marketing on the graduate and undergraduate levels. She leads corporate seminars on topics including evolving communication and spirituality in the workplace. Rachel is also the author of three award winning non-fiction books. Tweet with her @rachelcw.
Articles by Rachel Weingarten
5 reasons to be more like Larry David at work
Sometimes, your inner curmudgeon is your best asset.
Liar liar pants on fire: 5 ways to spot bulls**t in the workplace
If your workplace is a den of lying, here are some tips to help you recognize the signs and how best to react.
7 clues you’re about to be fired — and what you can do about it
While it’s not always a great idea to trust your gut about every single work issue, here's when it may be worth wondering if your job's in danger.
How tattoos in the workplace might help you
Three in ten Americans have at least one tattoo. Does that mean that tattoos are fully acceptable in the workplace? The jury's still out.
Career advice from three successful women leaders
Inspiring advice from three great women leaders about how to succeed in the office.
10 lessons in career longevity from Billy Joel
Billy Joel can teach you a lot about what goes into sustaining a lifelong career. Here are several career lessons we can learn from the Piano Man.
You don’t need a golf club or yacht to network like a boss
The golf course has long been a favored spot for networking among the upper crust. But there are plenty of other ways for the rest of us to make strong career connections.
Be like Betty White: How a likeable demeanor can translate into a lifelong career
Here's what makes Betty White so beloved by people across all ages and life stages, and what can we learn from her incredible career.
You can’t know it all: Mentoring across ages and stages
The typical mentor is older and wiser, but as office and work culture has changed so has the importance and diversity of mentors. Age doesn't matter as much as communication and compatibility.
8 life and career lessons from Rosh Hashana, the Jewish new year
Hit the reset button in your personal and professional life.