If Money Were No Object, What Would You Do With Your Time?
by Kris Parfitt - Nov, 2009
I love this question because the possibilities are endless. To me not having to be concerned about money leads my imagination everywhere! I’d be a philanthropist and travel to remote places to see what projects are best funded to better the world. I’d be a National Geographic photographer. I’d row across the Atlantic. I’d work for a season at the Palmer Station in Antarctica. I’d live in Peru and study the Inca architecture to...
by Karen Burns - Nov, 2009
Must. Get. Power. The good kind, of course. Agreed? To that end, here are some ideas for (nonviolent) ways to acquire power vis a vis your job: 1. Only do work you really truly enjoy. You may be downtrodden, overworked, and put-upon, but you won’t care! (Much.) 2. Feel able to do the work. Avoids that icky helplessness feeling in the pit of your stomach. 3. Failing that, feel able to learn to do the work. ...
Public Speaking: Practice + Affirmation = Success
by Suzanne Bates - Nov, 2009
I’m often asked whether there is a formula for success in public speaking, and my response has always been, “practice.” Practice is the secret to becoming good and the antidote to fear. But I just had a personal experience that made me realize that practice is only one half of the formula. Ten thousand hours of preparation won’t prevent a meltdown if you’re walking around with stupid, idiotic thoughts in your head. Las...
Goals and Plans, Not Dreams, Lead To Career Success
by Ramon Greenwood - Nov, 2009
It’s very difficult --no, it's impossible-- to get there if we don’t know where we want to go. Do you know of anyone who disagrees with the common sense wisdom of setting a final destination and having a plan for the journey before beginning a trip? Then why do many of us act as if we can drift along day to day, thinking somehow we can achieve our dreams of career success without defined personal goals, as well as plans...
Is Your Brand the Ultimate Narcissism?
by Joshua Waldman - Nov, 2009
My grandmother, who is 86 this year, always told me that, “humility was for people who could afford it” and when I was 10, I “couldn’t afford it”. She wanted me to be more confident, brag a little bit. I’m sure she was just a proud grandma, and I love her for it. Now, only after years of corporate experience did I finally understand what she meant. Of the many cold hard facts of the work-world, one of them is, “You have ...
by Nan S. Russell - Nov, 2009
Once upon a time, a prince and princess lived in stressful palace, surrounded by a stressful village, inside a stressful land. They knew it was stressful because everyone said it was. Their parents, the king and queen, worked from sunrise to sunset hearing issues from their kingdom, weighing the requests, and appropriating the collective harvest to the people of their land. The people also worked from sunrise to sunset, doi...
Office Politics Dos and Don'ts
by Alexandra Levit - Nov, 2009
DO - Set boundaries as to how you use various social networks (e.g. Facebook for personal, LinkedIn for professional) and make sure you communicate those boundaries so that feelings aren't hurt. DON'T let your boss and co-workers catch you chatting and playing with Facebook applications when you should be working. DO - Use your real name on Twitter to network with people you wouldn't have the chance to communicate with in ...
The Career Be-Attitudes
by Thomas J. Denham - Nov, 2009
The economy is changing the world of work. The new way of doing things requires not only technical mastery but also “soft skills” including integrative ability, reliability, dedication, determination and interpersonal relations. To stay ahead of the game, follow these 10 “be-attitudes” for your continued successful and healthy career development. 1. Be Mentored - Pick someone smarter than you are who will teach you the ro...
Be Constructive In Your Use of Layoff Time
by Linda Dobogai - Nov, 2009
Depressive feelings associated with being dislocated can impact your energy level if you allow this to happen. Remember there is a moment where we can choose between lethargy and taking action. Perhaps you need some time to process the feelings. Find someone you trust to talk things over and then consciously commit to move on by drawing up a plan of action. No doubt that plan of action will focus on a “job hunt.” Notice the...
Dare to Dream of Change
by Mary Sherwood Sevinsky - Nov, 2009
No matter where you live, if you want to change careers you have to do your homework and make this goal your part time job! If you haven’t already, identify an alternative career goal. If you are currently employed, you may want to give more thought to a niche or area of expertise, especially in today’s job market! Review the Help Wanteds regularly. Use a job search engine like LocalJobNetwork.com to peruse all job openi...
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