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General organization management, Strategic planning

The Best Career Advice We Could Find

February 20, 2024

Via: Small Biz Club

With the Great Resignation in full effect, more people than ever are looking into career change possibilities. Perhaps one isn’t happy with their current salary, or it could be the environment of one’s workplace that’s the problem. Some strongly disagree […]


General organization management, Strategic planning

How Being an Influencer in Your Industry Can Positively Impact Your Career

February 14, 2024

Via: Home Business Magazine

When you think of the word “influencer,” what immediately comes to your mind? Is it someone taking selfies? Content creator? Is it someone recycling posts on LinkedIn? How about someone making TED Talks? In general, all of these could be […]


Communication, Department management

4 Strategies for Building Deep Business Relationships

January 4, 2023

Via: Entrepreneur

One of the most important books my dad ever gave me was Dig Your Well Before You’re Thirsty by Harvey Mackay. Mackay tells a story about a friend who got a call at two in the morning from someone he […]


General organization management, Strategic planning

Is Finance a Good Career Path? Everything To Know

November 8, 2022

Via: Entrepreneur

A financial career can be very rewarding. If you have a head for numbers and a passion for financial planning, the financial sector might be the perfect fit. However, there are some things you should know about a career in […]


Administration, General organization management

The 10 Best Job Interview Questions to Ask in 2022

July 15, 2022

Via: The Penny Hoarder

It’s the night before your big job interview. You’ve done your due diligence researching the company, the position and the people conducting the interview. You’re ready. But how will you respond when the hiring manager asks, “Do you have any […]


Self-management, Task management

This 30-Day Challenge Can Help You Find the Next Chapter of Your Career

January 24, 2022

Via: Entrepreneur

Nearly everyone I’ve spoken to the past few months is struggling with the same question: What am I doing with my life? But the mental spiral doesn’t stop there. Why do I feel so stuck? they wonder. I have a […]


Administration, General organization management

Scrum 2022: Getting You Started as Scrum Master or Product Owner

January 6, 2022

Via: Business 2 Community

Probably, you are considering how to further your Scrum Master career or Product Owner career in 2022. Maybe, I can support you in that regard with a set of articles, documents, and LinkedIn polls I authored that proved to be […]


Self-management, Task management

How to Make the Transition to Remote Work

January 5, 2022

Via: The Penny Hoarder

One of the most significant workplace changes that came from the pandemic has been the economy-spanning shift to remote work away from the traditional office environment. Many companies that never offered it now have a remote work option. Some companies […]


Self-management, Stress management

Don’t Fear Disruption; Leverage It!

September 10, 2021

Via: Business 2 Community

I challenge you to read this paragraph and then close your eyes and focus. Think about the future. What does it look like to you? How do you think humankind operates 20, 30, or 40 years from now? Are we […]


Finances, Self-management

How to Plan for Retirement in a Gig Economy

August 16, 2021

Via: Business 2 Community

Being your own boss. Making your own schedule. Taking control of your career. Those perks and others—including not worrying about being downsized by your company—drive professionals into self-employment all the time. In fact, the gig economy keeps growing year after […]


Communication, Department management

The Real Difference Between Leadership and Management, And Why Most People Struggle to Make the Grade

July 23, 2021

Via: Entrepreneur

Ok, I admit it. I’m a control freak. Not only am I a control freak, but this trait has served me royally in my career as it helped to rapidly propel me up the management ladder, which made me become […]


Self-management, Task management

Career Pivot: How to Emerge Stronger in Your New Career

March 15, 2021

Via: Business 2 Community

Change is inevitable. From starting school, to graduation, to work, to creating new relationships and a new family…and a thousand incidents in between. One major change many people confront is a career pivot — transitioning into a new career, even […]


Association, Organization management

1 in 3 Millennial Employees Prioritize Career Over Health Benefits

September 29, 2020

Via: Small Business Trends

The ongoing coronavirus crisis brought health care benefits at the center of employee benefits. But for millennials, career advancement opportunities are still the main driving force. According to the latest survey from Life Extension, about one-third of millennials prioritize work […]


Self-management, Task management

How to Get Your Next Promotion

September 22, 2020

Via: Inc.

When I was growing up, my dad gave me a piece of advice that I think is worth passing on. He told me that if I wanted to get a promotion at work, the best way to get it was […]


General organization management, Systems management

Learn how to make the leap from YouTube viewer to YouTube creator

August 20, 2020

Via: Mashable

Everyone and their mother seems to be on YouTube — literally and figuratively. With extended time at home, you’ve likely found yourself gravitating toward the app, watching video after video. It really can be a black hole where productivity goes […]


Self-management, Task management

How to Keep Your Ego from Derailing Your Career

June 17, 2020

Via: Inc.

A little bit of ego isn’t necessarily a bad thing. It can fuel ambition, put some extra fire in the belly, and help you advocate for positions or strategies you truly believe in. The problem comes when a dash of […]


Self-management, Stress management

The 3 Early Warning Signs of Burnout Before It Destroys Your Career and Relationships

December 6, 2019

Via: Business 2 Community

Burnout is like a thief in the night. One minute you’re highly engaged at work, performing at the top of your game. The next minute you’re constantly exhausted, anxious and stressed out, as your productivity hits an all-time low. Work […]


Communication, Department management

25 Communication Skills Every Manager Needs

February 15, 2019

Via: Inc.

Of all the skills you need to be successful as a manager, effective communication is perhaps the most important–and often the hardest to improve. This is because communication isn’t a single skill. It’s actually a complex set of skills that […]


Self-management, Task management

No. 1 Tip for Dealing With The Holidays If You’re Unemployed (Or Hate Your Job)

December 12, 2018

Via: Inc.

I’ve learned over the last 15+ years as a career therapist that during the holidays, there are a lot of people who don’t want to sing, “It’s the most wonderful time of the year.” The thought of talking to family, […]


Self-management, Stress management

Why Science Says a Little Stress at Work Is a Good Thing

February 14, 2018

Via: Inc.

80 percent. This is the number of American workers who say they are stressed on the job. And nearly half of them say they need help managing that stress. I am not sure what kind of “help” can be offered […]