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Make your resume more like a blockbuster movie
So, how can you make your resume more tempting at first glance? Catch their interest from the first minute. We're here to help.
Eliminate failure with mental simulations
The pain of failing is a result of a poor match between our subjective preferences and the objective reality. It’s not an easy thing to deal with.
This is what inventors can teach us about success
Unfortunately, the path to positive change is not always obvious. Whether you’re trying to build a successful business or reach a breakthrough in your creative work, the route to success can be elusive.
This is how to answer ‘why should we hire you?’ (according to experts)
Directly tackling one of, by far, the most popular interview questions that comes up for a potential new hire and how you should be answering it.
6 cover letter mistakes that might be ruining your career
With your cover letter, you are basically selling yourself. Having one that’s impressive is not an easy task to pull but most certainly worth it.
3 ways to stay calm when you’re anxious about a big career opportunity
You truly deserve the new opportunity that's coming your way, but how you feel won't change until you actually start believing it.
6 qualities that will get you noticed in the workplace
You want to be the first person your boss thinks of when he or she needs someone to spearhead a challenging new project.
The top 5 things that will significantly improve your productivity today
To alleviate this stress and confusion, here are the top productivity strategies that will significantly improve your productivity today.
This is the secret to improving your self-esteem
Stop lying to yourself that you’re so awesome.
6 way to make the red-eye flight tolerable
If you’re rocking the red-eye, you may be worried about having a bummer of a time on that plane. But it doesn’t have to be tortuous.
7 female CEOs share advice on how to surround yourself with supportive women
Whether it’s a working mom creating a revolutionary hands-free breast pump, a strong founder leading the #MeToo movement, or a woman working to change access to much-needed feminine products, the camaraderie and support of other females make a huge difference in the success of many amazing ideas and companies.
How to write an out-of-office email that works
The added bonuses of humor can sweeten the out-of-office message, but ultimately, all you need to do is let people know that you are alive yet unreachable.
How we can apply the lessons of the Fred Rogers documentary to our own careers
The new moving documentary on Fred Rogers worldview and career has lessons we can apply from the film to our own professional lives.
5 excellent ways you can crush negative thoughts
Negative thoughts can slow down your business and personal goals. Here is how you can turn them around and make them work for you.
4 secrets to reading body language like an expert
In five minutes you can often evaluate people with 70% accuracy.
3 ways to test your startup idea before investing money
Here are three simple steps to help you determine if there’s demand for your startup, before investing the time and money.
5 ways to stop living paycheck to paycheck
Lifestyle creep is when, as you earn more, you spend more. This ultimately means you continue to live paycheck to paycheck, no matter how much you earn.
Business professors share 5 tips for new-hire success
We’ve asked business experts to share their tips for success when you start a new position and want to stand out as a team player.
8 ways body language beats IQ
It’s a powerful tool in negotiation.
How to move from fear to fearlessness
Be patient and kind to yourself. Master one fear at-a-time. Once you conquer one level, you can move to a more difficult one.
What to do when you’re fired: The 10-point plan
If you find yourself fired from your own loved or loathed job, here are 10 things you probably should do according to experts.
The essential quality you need to reach a new elevation
The quality that will move us closer to our goals and dreams is all about self-restraint, not sweating the small stuff or giving in to petty grievances.
How to deal with that person at work who is driving you crazy
Here's what happiness-expert Gretchen Rubin calls “the secret to happiness” and how to bring joy into your work environment.
10 ways smart people work less and get more done
They take time to reflect.
5 steps to escape the ‘I’ll start tomorrow’ trap
Don't "start tomorrow." Success isn’t as hard as it appears and it’s not that far away and simply requires these five specific things.