The information age has its pros and cons, and one of the key drawbacks is that many industries that were stable and steady for decades now find themselves in rapid decline. This can be an unsettling reality if you find yourself in one of these industries. My hope is that this article helps to inspire
Recently, I had a few conversations with different, unrelated friends, and each said some variation of: “You have clearly defined values.” I thought it was interesting to hear this same comment from different sources. Serendipitously, I saw a talk by Tony Hseih (pronounced ‘Shay’), the CEO of Zappos, and he had some really interesting things
We work hard to obtain what we want but in certain areas of our lives, the changes just don’t seem to stick. In today’s article, I discuss how we can use habits to bring us the lasting change we desire.
An area some candidates forget to consider when going about their job search is company size. I discussed the pros and cons of working for a large company in the last article. As a follow-up, today we’ll look at the pros and cons of working for a small company.
I’ve always emphasized the importance of being selective in your job search. One of the more underrated aspects that candidates sometimes neglect is company size. Company size is important to consider because it has a direct impact on your work and your career. In this week’s two-part article, I will discuss the pros and cons of
We’ve all been told we have to network. Many of us don’t want to. Here’s some advice on how to “survive” a networking event.
Earlier this week, we discussed the Growth Mindset developed by Carol Dweck PhD. Let’s do a quick recap.
Perseverance can drive you to accomplish your goals. Is it something you are born with or can you develop it?
Why is it that some people love what they do and others spend their workweek dreaming about the weekend?
I noticed something funny when I was originally researching this article. I wanted to address being happy in your job because many people are. Google felt the need to correct me, however: “How to know you are unhappy in your job”. It then provided me with a list of articles, each more compelling than the last,