I wrote an article earlier this week where I discussed some sleep hygiene practices that I’ve implemented. Thanks to these, I noticed that I was able to wake up more alert and enjoy more productive mornings. This is a follow-up to my last article as sleeping and waking are two sides of the same coin. I’d like to share
With growing responsibilities at home, at work and with social obligations, it seems harder and harder to get a good night’s sleep. This is something I struggle with, personally. If I am remotely stressed or anxious, sleep is the first thing to go. I learned about sleep hygiene, which the National Sleep Foundation defines as
The interviews are done, the offer is signed – congrats! Now you’re awaiting the big day. Here are a few thoughts on how to have a successful first day.
I’m excited that I’ll be going to my Alma Mater tomorrow to help students practice their interview skills. It’s inspired me to write this article. The challenge many students face is how to speak about their experiences. I’d like to share a few thoughts on how to approach this and ace your interview.
For many of us, it’s been a little while since we’ve taken a seat on the schoolhouse bench. We have memories of sleepless nights spent both studying and partying as well as the elation we felt when we shed our caps and gowns to join the ranks of the productive members of society. The years have
It’s hard to know what the interviewers want when they ask questions. What if there were one trick that could help you to answer questions better?
Earlier this week, we talked about networking events. Today, we’ll talk about your professional network and how to make the most of it.
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.
Why is it that some people love what they do and others spend their workweek dreaming about the weekend?
What does it mean to be selective in your job search?