Career Advice No One Tells You


When it comes to growth and your career, it helps to read as many self-help and career books and blogs as you can (says the career blogger.)  They are written to help you figure out how to achieve your goals, whether it’s to become wealthier, be more productive, or decide if side gigs are the right option … Continue reading

2017 Will Be a Great Year for Hiring


Strongest Hiring Forecast in Ten Years (Courtesy of HR Today) Forty percent of employers plan to hire full-time employees in 2017, the strongest hiring forecast in 10 years and up from 36 percent at the start of 2016, according to CareerBuilder’s annual jobs forecast. Thirty percent of 2,391 hiring managers and HR professionals surveyed expect … Continue reading

Most In-Demand Jobs


The team at BetterTeam.com has created an infographic about which jobs will be most in demand over the next year. Information Technology and Healthcare are red-hot, and entry level jobs (not always sexy, but providing abundant opportunities) are growing quickly in a variety of industries. The original post includes some great tools for exploring the … Continue reading

Make Yourself Rejection-Proof


Fear of rejection permeates our psyche in all aspects of our life. It’s scary to meet new people, ask someone out on a date, or ask for a raise. So scary, in fact, that many of us don’t ever pursue what we really want; fear of rejection can actually lock you into a life you don’t want and don’t enjoy. Continue reading

The End of an Era


Pearson says that the problem we’re facing is that many people have not recognized that we’ve entered a fourth economic period. That means we’re still investing in what worked in the previous period, and those investments are producing dramatically diminished returns. Continue reading

Focus on the Process, Not the Outcome


Take a lyre player: he’s relaxed when he performs alone, but put him in front of an audience, and it’s a different story, no matter how beautiful his voice or how well he plays the instrument. Why? Because he not only wants to perform well, he wants to be well received – and the latter … Continue reading