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We sometimes wonder if we’ve learned anything at all from our first paying job. Sure, we earned some money, but did that first job teach us anything? To have perspective, you must have something to...
Look around you and you’ll see three kinds of people – those who hate their work, and complain bitterly, those who just tolerate their work and see it as a paycheck and aren’t looking for more (or ...
My answer to whether the risk is worth taking is, it depends. Here are four recommendations I’d make to anyone who is contemplating making a really radical life or business change.
Looking for a job is a job. It’s time-consuming and often frustrating. You can spend weeks or even months searching for what you think is a good fit and then never get called in for the job.
Companies that want to grow, improve, challenge the status quo, and avoid stagnancy need curious people. That’s all there is to it. It should be a core part of your business strategy.
Does feeling better about ourselves through social media truly enhance our self-esteem? The number of followers, likes, favorites and re-tweets may create a false sense of validation.
What do the best and most successful presentations having in common? No, it's not what you think. Many successful presentations can actually be un-entertaining, boring, and convoluted.
While coding ‘boot camps’ have become readily available, they have historically been geared toward those who want a job in the technology industry, but not anymore.
Being on a company’s board of directors has many benefits for your career and overall professional growth.
Want to make a good impression during your interview with the hiring manager? Come in prepared to answer and ask thought-provok...
We hear a lot about the importance of goal-setting, but most of us don’t have clear and measurable goals to work towards. Even fewer of us actually have those goals written down.
How many times have we heard that women talk more than men? Let’s dispel this myth. Teams at all levels of management have been analyzed along gender lines for both frequency and type of conversation.