One of the toughest parts of changing careers is the fact that you don’t feel like you have the skill set to make the jump. The imposter syndrome of entering …
I get it, quitting a job can be hard sometimes. It’s easy if the workplace is toxic, or you have a terrible boss or super low pay, but sometimes those …
Have you ever had a conversation with a co-worker or boss where they start using terms and acronyms that you don’t really understand?
Yup, I’ve been there.
Especially as a new graduate or new employee, it can be easy for people to start referring to these terms nonchalantly in conversation. And most of the time,
If you’re like me, then even the thought of a job interview makes you sick. And even though I’ve gotten better at calming my nerves before an interview, the actual process still stresses me out. Mostly because, as much as I prepare, I tend to get nervous and completely blank out during job interviews.
Until I created the one career-changing tool that has helped me master my nerves and allowed me to think on feet when I inevitably blank out.
If you’re new to the corporate world, and just entering your first professional job, the transition can be quite intimidating. So whether you are a new graduate or transitioning to a 9-5 for whatever reason, here are 4 meeting documents you should know and master in any role.
With our imaginary hands in the air, does anyone actually like applying for jobs? No. Me neither. Throughout my years as new graduate, I’ve learned how to ways to really take job applying to the next level. Read more and find out about the tool I use to make sure I don’t let applying for jobs get the best of me.
Happy September! And welcome to the start of the many holidays to come beginning with Halloween. I’ve always loved holidays and celebrations, and as I’ve grown up I’ve had …
If you’re anything like me, you also hate job interviews. They are such a necessary part of growing up but it’s something that can be very nerve-wracking and intimidating.
And while the age old advice of “it gets easier the more you do it” is true; I think it should be modified, to “it gets easier the more you do it, but it’s going to be painful, stressful and probably pretty embarrassing along the way.”
It’s not just about the money and job market. With the fast paced changes, building a flexible and adaptable career can make all the difference.
Like most investments, investing in an education to a career path, requires a lot of research. But financials and job markets are only a part of the research.
So here are 8 key questions (bolded throughout) you need to ask yourself before investing in a career path (including what I think is the most overlooked section – lifestyle!).