“Thankfully, dreams can change. If we’d all stuck with our first dream, the world would be overrun with cowboys and princesses.“ Stephen Colbert Read more ›
I confidently draw professional boundaries when needed.
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Thanks to Xavier in Shanghai for sending me this problem! It was viral in China spreading on Weibo. The problem is to solve for the area shown in red between the semicircle and the rectangle’s diagonal. It’s harder than it looks! Watch the video for a solution. Viral Math Problem From China – Solve For … Continue reading Viral Math Problem From China – Solve For The Area Read more ›
An interview is a business transaction wherein the objective of the hiring manager (the person who has the authority to hire) is to make a selection among job candidates called in for interviews. A candidate has two challenges: first, to convince the hiring manager that he is the ideal candidate for the position, and second, …
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“Someday, somewhere – anywhere, unfailingly, you’ll find yourself, and that, and only that, can be the happiest or bitterest hour of your life.“ Pablo Neruda Read more ›
Rising Star: Alex Trevino-McCallum, Vice President of Client Development for Citi Retail Services for the Midsouth and South Atlantic Regions
Career success comes easier when you focus on reinventing yourself professionally, without changing your core values, says Alex Trevino-McCallum.
The last two courses I did were just added to the Pluralsight Tracker in JibberJobber. These were the courses I did after over a two year break. The first How to Have Difficult Conversations, which I was inspired to do because of my work at BambooHR. This was a big theme at that company, and […] Read more ›
“A year from now you may wish you had started today.“ Karen Lamb Read more ›
Should I stay in my job or leave to go to a new firm? This is often the question that brings people to coaching.There is no simple answer to this, but there are ways to truly explore what is best for you.
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“The best number is 73,” claims Sheldon Cooper in the 73rd episode of the TV show The Big Bang Theory. “You’re probably wondering why? 73 is the 21st prime number, its mirror 37 is the 12th; and its mirror 21, is the product of multiplying, hang on to your hats, 7 and 3.” This little … Continue reading A Big Bang Theory Episode Inspired A Mathematical Discovery! Read more ›
“Love many things, for therein lies the true strength, and whosoever loves much performs much, and can accomplish much, and what is done in love is done well.“ Vincent Van Gogh Read more ›
I’m a huge fan of workplace routines. I use them on a daily and weekly basis, and I truly believe they play a major role in my productivity. Workplace routines are like rituals—specific, pre-established ways of doing things that need to happen on a regular basis. Most people utilize a variety of routines in both their personal and professional lives. For example, you may […]
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I love JibberJobber users. They are smart, and collectively have an amazing breadth and depth of knowledge and experience. In a recent email conversation I had with Rob Joseph, a senior commercial manager in Cleveland, Ohio, he wrote this: Some additional feedback: Up until now, my favorite job search books have been Don’t Send A Resume […] Read more ›
I’ve always believed in the importance of a logo to reinforce my personal brand and that of my companies. If you go on my personal website, you’ll see my name as a logo, with distinct colors that match the rest of my website. That logo, the font and the colors are used on my website, …
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“If you want to make an easy job seem mighty hard, just keep putting off doing it.“ Olin Miller Read more ›
As a junior associate, Becky Lindahl says it took her a while to learn to stress less and recognize that building her practice was a long-term process, more particularly when it came to new business. Only through experience did she come to realize that it was unrealistic to expect a young lawyer, fresh out of… Read More
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“True success is accepting yourself for what you have to offer rather than for what you cannot do.“ Dave Shepp Read more ›
Today it’s all about great visual content and videos online, and publishing stories on Instagram is just one way an audience can better get to know a brand. In order to attract new followers for your business it is important to branch out and try new mediums.
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“Your highest self is revealed in your lowest moments.“ Matshona Dhliwayo Read more ›
What is the hallmark of a particularly strong brand, and what lessons can be learned from those traits?
These answers are provided by Young Entrepreneur Council (YEC), an invite-only organization comprised of the world’s most successful young entrepreneurs. YEC members represent nearly every industry, generate billions of dollars in revenue each year and have created …