It's helpful to know a lot about whatever it is you're doing. It makes that thing easier, gives you a lot of confidence, and makes it more likely that you'll do well at it. Even though it's possible to walk right into a situation and handle it well, it's usually better to know what to... Continue Reading →
Although you might think that entrepreneurs are successful and fully in control of whatever they are doing, this can simply be a façade; they could be just as nervous and uncertain of their own position and company as you are of yours. This is why comparing yourself to others is never a good idea since... Continue Reading →
In 2018, Dynamic Signal predicted that millennials would make up 50% of the US workforce. This group of people is also likely to make up 75% of the working population by 2030. There is so much to know about millennials and the opportunities which abound for them. Also known as Generation Y (born between 1981 and 1996),... Continue Reading →
You might be interested in starting your own business but you could be worried that there are roadblocks in your way. Like many other entrepreneurs, the idea of a 9 to 5 dedicated to another company your entire life doesn’t please you at all. Your goal is financial freedom and business ownership might be your... Continue Reading →
Getting through a job interview can be ad enough, but acing it? We bet you’re thinking there’s no way that you’re going to be able to do that, but you’d be wrong. It’s not as difficult as you are making it out to be in your head, and that is already half of the problem.... Continue Reading →
Millennials need to be smart with their money, now more than ever. Here are three debt traps that could put their financial futures in jeopardy.
When you have been told that you are getting a promotion, it’s an exciting moment. You are in a good position, because your employer recognizes your productivity and your positive impact on the company. They are trusting you telling you in a bigger and better capacity than before. Most people take the promotion and feel... Continue Reading →
When you finally land the interview for your dream job, you may be caught up in what to say or ask and forget about what you’ll wear. Learn how to dress here.
As I was walking down to my office downstairs, I looked outside and saw the neighbors heading to the street to retrieve his trash can. The sun was now up in the sky, you could tell that there was a soft breeze in the trees and spring had totally sprung. I made a quick turn... Continue Reading →
Corporate level jobs, often referred to as C-level jobs, are reserved for some of the highest-ranking people in the company and refer to executive titles with C in their name standing for Chief. C-level positions are reserved for those with the most powerful and impactful roles in the company, those who make the most demanding... Continue Reading →
I often hear of people who live by a motto or a code, a defined statement or phrase that guides their actions as to live a life driven by a certain moral precedent. I found this to be quite honorable and I wonder at times if I should set my own life motto. Unfortunately, I... Continue Reading →
Running a home based business or working remotely for a job is fast becoming the way to work for many people. There are a lot of benefits to it, especially if you want to enjoy a more flexible schedule and the chance to be your own boss. With technology and the information age that we... Continue Reading →
You can't enjoy your dream job if you're not growing in it. We all want to advance and succeed in our chosen paths. But if you want to give your career a head start, consider these steps.
For the past few days or weeks, you’ve spent hours applying for jobs on the net, submitting resumes on career websites. You have been constantly building more relationships on LinkedIn to get your foot in the door at your potential next employer. Between evaluating companies for their cultures, reading the reviews on Glassdoor and estimating... Continue Reading →
***Guest Post*** Data suggests that more than 56 million Americans did some type of freelance work in 2018. In addition, around three-quarters of the entire workforce would change jobs if the new ones offered the ability to work remotely, even if it came with no increase in pay. However, while working as a freelancer might... Continue Reading →
There is a social myth that assumes that introverts end up being left behind, losing to the extroverts and the ‘born leaders’. I believe that assumption is erroneous. It is a fact that when introverts fail to maximize their inner abilities of leadership and assertiveness, they tend to lose in the corporate world to people... Continue Reading →
For most of us, choosing a long-term career isn’t an easy task. It’s hard to decide on what you want to do for the rest of your life, especially when the outcome is not guaranteed. You may even find that you start out on a career path that was chosen for you by influence –... Continue Reading →
Throughout your career and especially as you’re starting, you will be presented with career advice from a wide variety of individuals. Your parents will offer you their opinions, as will your teachers, friends, and career professionals. You will find career advice on websites such as ours as well and all over the web. In short,... Continue Reading →
As you are reading this article, You might be a graduating student or someone who is very content in your career. On the other side, you may be unhappy with your source of income, or might want to make sure that you can get onto the best career ladder once you graduate. Whichever of these... Continue Reading →
For most people, the Facebook app is the first one on their phone’s home screen. It is one of the staple apps that many use regularly and these days, it is impossible to delete it from newer phones. Have you ever thought about how much time you spend on Facebook or other social media applications?... Continue Reading →