Advice on staying sane when you're both bent on achieving great things.
If you actually read Democratic presidential candidate Bernie Sanders speech to his supporters Thursday – rather than the news coverage of it – you will immediately grasp the importance of this weekend’s gathering in Chicago of about 3,000 progressive leaders and grassroots activists. Sanders is not expected to appear at the People’s Summit, which starts […]
Undergraduate researchers should follow these tips to get the best recommendation letters
Back by popular demand: Here is an old but interesting column by Sam Steiger who was one of the true characters of Arizona politics. It appeared in the Prescott Courier. Key excerpt: "I want you to go out and find me a dirty, rude, overalled son of a gun who can fix my car."
Me, a wizard? Until a week ago, I was an astronomer contentedly designing telescope optics. Looking back on it, I'd lived in an academic dreamland. All these years, never planning for the future, right up to the day my grant money ran out. - From The Cuckoo's Egg: Tracking a Spy Through the Maze of Computer Espionage by Cliff Stoll
Machines are becoming self-repairing, self-adapting, or both.
And what to do about it.
You know it's true---you're a great HR Pro, but you don't really like to recruit. That's okay, because you're good at a million other things your company values. But here's the thing: A recent Deloitte report outlined the need for.....
The Project Management Institute’s 2016 study shows that organizations around the world waste an average of $122 million for every $1 billion spent on projects as a result of poor project management practices. Poor project management practices are costing us...
When you land a new job, there’s a ton to learn. You not only need to learn the business, but you also need to learn how best to use your team. You may get lucky and walk into a perfectly performing team, but chances are, you’re going to have to make some changes. To make […]
One of the bits of advice that I give to new supervisors is "Do what you say you will do." It sounds less than impressive until you consider the number of leaders who don't do that. Our times are awash with the desire for authenticity. Show More Summary
If depressed you are living in the past. If anxious you are living in the future. If at peace you are living in the present. - Lao Tzu
If you “sing” at work, it shows in person and online. When you look, think, and act with deep cheerfulness, you: • Lighten yours and others’ burdens • Increase your physical, mental, and emotional energy • Have a better chance of fighting...Show More Summary
Because job competition is so fierce, candidates need to have the right degree or certification to make their resumes stand out. Every one of the following degrees or certificates will make your resume more attractive and appealing.Show More Summary
Finding a work environment that you enjoy participating in every day isn’t necessarily an easy task. It can be difficult to work your way through the lay of the land in the office jungle in order to see exactly what you’ve gotten yourself into professionally. Show More Summary
From smart locks and affordable eye glasses to speakers and office furniture, the designer has been behind some of the most interesting products in the last few years.
When you are put in a tough situation, don't ask, "Why me?"--instead, say "Try me!"
Guest blogger Stephan Aarstol is the author of The Five-Hour Workday: Live Differently, Unlock Productivity, and Find Happiness. He is CEO and founder of Tower, a holistic beach-lifestyle company, which includes Tower Paddle Boards,Show More Summary
Didn’t Get The Job? Here’s What You Need To Do CAREEREALISM Rejection isn’t easy, but it’s important to leverage the progress you’ve already made with this company. Didn't get the job? Here's what you need to do. The post Didn’t Get The Job? Here’s What You Need To Do appeared first on CAREEREALISM.