Small business borrowing took a bit of a hit in February.
When you need to build confidence in a jiffy, sometimes the good old “fake it ’til you make it” strategy just won’t cut it. Different things work for different people, and trying to be something you’re not might just leaveShow More Summary
While not the most common interview question, the failure question—should you get it—is rather perplexing. How do you answer this honestly while also not scaring away your potential future employer by bringing up that time you fat-fingered a trade and lost the company a lot of money? It’s a tricky situation to be in. Show More Summary
Occasionally people ask me how to get started with D/s play (aka domination and submission) with a willing partner. Sometimes they don’t know what questions to ask or where to begin. So this article is specifically for such people who’d like a gentle introduction to D/s play and some tips to get started. Show More Summary
The drafts of the upcoming online classes accumulate. Energy is present but coffee is needed.
The job search is a long and laborious process, but when things start happening, they seem to all happen at once. In fact, sometimes interview invitations come out of the blue, and you are expected to be ready to go in a couple of days. So,...Show More Summary
Anthony Stokes, the Georgia teen who received a controversial heart transplant in 2013, died Tuesday when he crashed a stolen car after a botched home invasion. More » The post Georgia Teen Who Received Controversial Heart Transplant Dies After Crime Spree appeared first on EveryJoe.
The most popular line of career advice—“do what you love”—may sound impossibly unrealistic to many of us. Yet, for all of you Facebook gurus, Twitter addicts, and Instagram connoisseurs out there (we know there are plenty of you), working with social media as your profession could easily become a reality. Show More Summary
CEO Doug McMillon is joining the chorus of CEOs voicing their opposition.
ON LEADERSHIP | The company is gently showing the door to workers who dislike the lack of hierarchy.
His proposal? Use the company’s profits to give every employee a $10,000 raise.
Pruning is necessary if you want what's best for your company.
Very few people say they genuinely enjoy job interviews. That makes sense because in the same way that most people dislike taking tests, a job interview is a test. Even those who feel confident about their professional past, are up-to-date...Show More Summary
Recently changed careers? Now that you have the job -- and have figured out how to change careers -- here’s what you need to do to keep that new position. The post How to Change Careers: Do These 4 Things in Your First Year on the New Job appeared first on Brazen Life.
We've all been told that meetings are an essential part of business. But is that really true? Here are five reasons meetings do more harm than good.
You don’t need to be a machine or a hero.
Recent studies have found that a healthy dose of worry and pessimism is necessary to achieve success in the workplace.
You know company culture is a big deal. It’s one of the main ways companies distinguish themselves from one another, which is why you’re probably constantly hearing about it. Tech companies and startups in particular always seemShow More Summary
Open innovation platforms are making it easier.
It has its own perks and benefits.