How to Create a Workplace Culture of Acceptance

This week I would like to include David Mesa’s ideas and opinions about creating a workplace culture of acceptance in my article. David Mesa, Chief Development Officer of PJ’s Coffee, an experienced leader with over 25 years at the management level has created robust company culture through building trust, acceptance and understanding with his team …

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Pluralsight Channel: Jason Alba’s Career Management Courses

Another Pluralsight channel I recently created is called Jason Alba’s Career Management Courses. Again, if you need a 30 day pass, just let me know. Once you are logged in to Pluralsight, you’ll be able to see the channel (click the image below to get there, once logged in). The courses in this channel include: […] Read more ›

Jack Ma is very very very wrong about the 996 rule

Jack Ma, the billionaire founder of Chinese tech company Alibaba, has come out in favor of the so-called 996 rule, i.e. that you should work from 9am to 9pm 6 days a week if you want to have a successful career. For anyone doing the math that’s 72 hours of work a week. Add a … Continue reading Jack Ma is very very very wrong about the 996 rule

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Admin Tip: How to Get Your Boss to Give You More Control

April is Admin Appreciation Month, so today I’m sharing some tips specifically for all of you hardworking admins. As a proud, former executive assistant, I know how challenging your role can be.  One of the most common frustrations I hear from admins goes something like this: “How am I supposed to be a true partner […]

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The Incredible Upside Down Equation – Math Ambigram

Here’s a fun problem I saw on Twitter from Peter Rowlett. Solve this equation. Then turn the equation upside down and solve again! Watch the video for a solution, and to learn more about ambigrams. The Incredible Upside Down Equation – Math Ambigram Or keep reading. . . . . A great truth is a … Continue reading The Incredible Upside Down Equation – Math Ambigram Read more ›

Voice of Experience: Lisa Hutter, Senior Director of Planning for the Southwest Region, Wells Fargo Private Bank

Lisa Hutter has been well served by the advice to take time to listen, but then also reflect, in order to figure out how you want to respond. “If you are listening solely to respond, you won’t hear everything you should,” she cautions. “Focusing, being present and then taking time to be thoughtful will always… Read More

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How To Create A Business Game Plan For Your Personal Brand

Your personal brand needs to have a plan in place for your projected growth, regardless of whether you’re new to Internet marketing and branding, or a seasoned participant. Ask yourself, where do you see your business going in the next few years?

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Viral Math Problem From China – Solve For The Area

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 ›

5 Steps to Outshine Your Competition In a Job Interview

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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