If you’re thinking about leaving your job, here are two things in my experience a good employee can’t live without:
So you’ve got the great ideas—but can you deliver on them by Friday at 5:00?
You’ve got to know when to hold ’em and know when to fold ’em.
Rejection stings. Here’s how to move on after experiencing rejection in the workplace.
Certainly recovery can take a long time, but if you’ve been ambushed and find yourself on the street, here are the first steps I’d take …
“While we all wrestle with pride, greed, lust, envy and the other “deadly” sins, one great fault has emerged in today’s digital age…..choosing the immediate over the important.”
If your goal is to make an impact in your career or calling, it won’t be long before you meet someone who doesn’t recognize (or even dismisses) your talent.
“Always be on the lookout for that person with a unique spark who could one day take your job, then start investing into them.”
“Most creative teams are going to have at least one member who’s a whiner.”
The best time to look for a new job is when you don’t need one.