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Resumé Details: Hire Rich Tatum!

September 5, 2007

Original page posted here…

Rich Tatum
I am available for short-term contract work, freelance, writing, editing, content management and more. I’m also currently available for full-time employment. Please check out my resumé and anything else here that grabs your attention. (The first thing every job hunter learns is to drop all pretenses of false-humility and describe accomplishments and work success with frankness and honesty. On the other hand, I really wouldn’t have prepared this page if it weren’t for my current employment status!)

Hire Rich Now!
If you would like to get in touch with me, feel free to drop me a line from my contact page.

Prepared Materials

Recommendations and Endorsements

Official Job Descriptions

Testing and Strengths

  • DiSC Profile, prepared by Resources Unlimited, for Rich Tatum DiSC Classic 2.0 profile, prepared by Resources Unlimited. I tested out with a high value for “C” (Conscientiousness), which winds up pegging me as a “Perfectionist.” This is largely accurate, though some details are off, notably it’s analysis regarding flexibility. I find myself to be far more flexible than the profile indicates. But, as with everything else, it’s just another analysis tool based on aggregate data. No profile fits perfectly. (09/27/2007)
  • Personality100 Complete Personality Profile. (09/01/2007)
  • Strengths Finder Guide for Rich Tatum Gallup Organization’s Strengths Finder. My top five strengths are: Input, Learner, Achiever, Intellection, and Strategic. See my certificate, or read the analysis of what the strengths mean. (01/06/2005)
  • The Achiever (a corporate strengths assessment, taken prior to assuming role as online media manager at CTI)
  • My PersonalDNA profile: Advocating Leader

  • MyPersonality profile:
    INTP
  • IQ Test (I hesitate to include this because I don’t put much stock in this, and neither should anybody else but it at least demonstrates the relative strengths of how my mind works.)

Profiles and Social Networking Sites

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BlogRodent turns one: top 10 posts, plus top ten lessons.

September 2, 2006

If you’re just interested in the top ten lessons, skip ahead.

This is a repost from my home-blog at BlogRodent: Pentecostal Rumination & Review, at tatumweb.com.

Yowie, it’s been a busy couple of months. Since I went on vacation in early June my life has been very full. I’ve had a lot of video editing to do, and I’ve been taking work home to do it on my laptop—since it seems so hard to get anything accomplished at the office. (Is it ironic when your boss agrees that the worst place to do work is at the office?)

Meanwhile, I’ve been wringing my hands over my blog. I’ve been too … absorbed in everything else to dredge up the energy to post anything substantive, but over the past couple weeks I’ve made sure to moderate the comments and track the stats. So, BlogRodent hasn’t really fallen off my radar. It’s just that I’ve fallen off the face of the earth. In fact, I’m waiting for video to finish rendering right now … so with a few minutes on my hands, I thought I’d post a retrospective.

I think milestones are important. I’d been waiting for the one-year anniversary of BlogRodent so I could celebrate it with an anniversary post. Naturally, because I am time-insensitive—my employers would say I’m time-comatose—so June 20 passed without a mention. What happened on this blog on that day one year ago? My first “Hello World” post, nervously titled, “This is easy,” and a throw-away mention of the Adult CE class I was teaching at the time, “Do Heaven and Hell exist?” Frankly, there’s nothing to recommend either post for your reading pleasure. But lot has happened since then and I hope I’ve made some improvement.

Let’s talk about what’s been good, bad, and what I’ve learned as a newbie Pentecostal blogger.

Read the rest of this entry ?

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This blog is not my home…

August 1, 2006

rat5.gifI blog at the real BlogRodent hole in the web at tatumweb.com/blog/. Come by and visit, and take a look at the PneumaBlogs page and my aggregation of all things Pentecostal and Charismatic.

Regards,

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Latest Headlines from BlogRodent

August 1, 2006

Until WordPress allows me to aggregate content from my blog here, this will have to do:

BlogRodent Latest Headlines

Here’s a sample front page:

BlogRodent Sample