Taylor Pearson says that everything you think you know about job security is wrong. You’ll need to take your economic security into your own hands.
Recently, Paysa asked me to share insight on career planning, including when to switch careers and asking for a raise. You can see the original post here. Can you tell us about your professional background and your interest in helping people advance in their careers? My interest in career development comes from my background as a military …
We’re wired backwards. We feel guilty when we’re not working, and we feel guilty when we indulge in something that brings us joy.
I confess, I have a thing for undervalued Wisconsin Brands. I am one, myself.
We go through life interacting with dozens of people each day without a prepared script. From “What are you hungry for tonight?” to “Give us a quick update on the project status,” you’re improvising answers and responses all the time. Practicing this skill can help you feel more confident in any situation.
Two thirds, or 65 percent of the independent workforce rate their job satisfaction at least an 8 out of 10, and a full 22 percent rate it a solid 10.
Everything we think we know about jobs and careers is a lie. In fact, the truth is that having a job is the riskiest path you can take in your career. Let me say that again: having a job is the riskiest path you can take in your career.
Effective 80/20 living is about conserving your energy for things that matter the most.
One reason for the dearth of opportunities, he argues, is that we’re training workers to do the wrong things and to do things the wrong way.
Things that matter most must never be at the mercy of things that matter least. – JOHANN WOLFGANG VON GOETHE In a previous post, I introduced Richard Koch, the author of The 80/20 Principle; The Secret to Achieving More with Less. Be prepared if you decide to read this book; it will make you uncomfortable …