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
9 steps to better office holiday gift giving
‘Tis the season to be jolly and buy gifts for people you don’t really know that well. Here's how to deal with the immense pressure, and office gift ideas.
‘Tis the season to avoid pigging out at work
Between corporate gifts and holiday parties, it can be hard to avoid pigging out on all those free work snacks this time of year. Here's how to avoid it.
Three ways to stop creeping burnout
If you go about your day every single day without break or change in your routine, chances are good that burnout is just waiting to creep up on you.
9 ways to recover from (and avoid) holiday party embarrassment
No batter how sloppy your company holiday party may get, in most situations, you can probably save both your pride and your gig. Here's how.
6 keys to declutter your resume right now
Common wisdom tells us to limit all the important information on our resume to a single page, with just the highlights. Here's how to do it right.
5 things you need to delete from your life right this second
These five things are filling up space in your life that you don't need, and are taking up unnecessary space. Learn how to let them go. Delete them.
Point taken: 8 ways to communicate like a human infographic
While human beings can’t be infographics, but cutting down on conversational clutter can make people more inclined to listen to what you say.
Phone calls 101: For Millennials
Phone calls are coming back in a big way. And if picking up the phone for a quick conversation isn’t quite your default yet, it might be in the near future.
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.