“Hardships often prepare ordinary people for an extraordinary destiny.“ C.S. Lewis Read more ›
Obtaining an MBA can expand your earning potential and career opportunities exponentially. Unfortunately, not all aspiring MBA recipients have the bandwidth to juggle jobs, family obligations and other everyday responsibilities with taking part in the MBA programs offered by traditional colleges and universities. Luckily for interested parties held back by schedule constraints, it’s now possible… Read More
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I saw this graphic on line and decided to post it here. I like the message — and I like the way the ideas are presented. Read more ›
We deal with all types of people when we are working and some of them may not be very easy to work with. When you have a client that you feel will give a hard time, try to implement the below tactics for a smoother mode of operation.
Last week we invited our Woohoo Inc Partners to Copenhagen for the second international partner meetup and let me just get this out of the way: These people ROCK. 20 partners from 9 countries made the trek to cold and snowy Copenhagen for two days of fun, learning and knowledge sharing. I am completely blown … Continue reading Our 2nd International Partner Meetup was a blast →
Continuing the annual theme of income streams… today let’s talk about spending money. Let’s say you want to buy something for $100. How much money do you have to earn in order to buy it? $100? Assuming you have taxes, you would have to earn more than $100 to be able to buy something for […] Read more ›
“Our greatest glory is not in never falling, but in rising every time we fall.“ Confucius Read more ›
Several years ago diversity became diversity and inclusion with many putting emphasis on the inclusion part. How can you walk the talk on being an inclusive leader of a high performing team because performance and team happiness is the reward of actually doing diversity right. Why is creating psychological safety the answer? Studies have been… Read More
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For most people, the new year tends to inspire a lot of reflection, both personally and professionally. As 2019 begins, perhaps you’ve come to the conclusion that it’s time for a change—a big one. Maybe you’ve decided you need a brand new career. You’ve got an exciting, and daunting, project ahead of you! January is […]
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“In the end, we will remember not the words of our enemies, but the silence of our friends.“ Martin Luther King, Jr. Read more ›
Here’s a fun little magic trick you can perform at a bookstore or library. Ask your friend to get any book. Tell them to look at the bar code on the back and find a 13 digit number starting with 978. Let’s say they find Harry Potter and the Sorcerer’s Stone, and this is what … Continue reading Secret Code In Book Barcodes (ISBN checksum calculation) Read more ›
“But when we really delve into the reasons for why we can’t let something go, there are only two: an attachment to the past or a fear for the future.“ Marie Kondo Read more ›
I recently came across a great graphic from the folks at CV Nation on how to use LinkedIn to attract recruiters. I’m posting it here because I think if is a great guide to LinkedIn in general. Read more ›
“The future belongs to those who prepare for it today.“ Malcolm X Read more ›
“The world is made up of extraordinary people. Don’t waste your time trying to be normal.“ Richard Branson Read more ›
According to an article in the New York Times, one third of individuals who make “New Year’s resolutions” don’t make it past the end of January. The author indicated that resolutions fail because they aren’t the right resolutions. Specifically:
Last week, I shared some compelling results from the World Economic Forum’s 2018 Future of Jobs Survey. To recap, this research set out to represent the current strategies, projections and estimates of global business, with a focus on large multinational… Read more ›
In 2009 I wrote this post: Prepare For A Layoff Before It Happens. I think this was another great post (I was such a good blogger in those early days of JibberJobber!). Here are my points: Get your resume in order. Start getting your network in order. Start NETWORKING. (with three networking tips to do […] Read more ›
This is another post for my readers who are entrepreneurs… Recognizing your employees for a job well done is the fastest way to boost employee job performance. In a challenging economy, recognizing your employees that go above and beyond is smart. Employers can also keep longtime employees with job incentives. Many employees appreciate the effort […] Read more ›
No surprise that in this economy more and more people are toying around with the idea of changing careers. For some, such a change represents an opportunity; for others, it may be a necessity because their industries are shifting, shrinking, or becoming extinct. The question my clients ask with more and more frequency is how …