Tag Archives: careers

Why you should not avoid failure

This sounds counterintuitive. Who likes failure? Nobody, of course. Few people relish risk and uncertainty, not to mention the public embarrassment that often accompanies a pratfall. Worse, when it comes to our careers, failure can have a very real, very … Continue reading

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Career Mistakes that New College Grads Should Avoid

The journey to the top can prove more challenging than expected, especially when a graduate makes some common career-path mistakes. Rediscovering this article, 8 big career mistakes that new college grads should avoid I thought it best to share with … Continue reading

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Education vs. Skills

People automatically assume that in order to change jobs or careers they need additional education. That is not always the case…. Many of us have skills and experiences that are applicable to a myriad of opportunities successfully master an interview, … Continue reading

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To Tell or Not to Tell: Your Company May Be Failing

Q: If you know things are going badly at your company, should you warn your staff?  How? -Anonymous  This question made me smile. It is always nice to have a manager who cares. I agree with Bucky, for one to … Continue reading

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