Being Liked Is Serious Business
Ten Steps for Repairing and Protecting Your Online Reputation “The worst customer service experience ever! The bed was dirty, and the bathroom had hair on the toilet seat. My dog refused to enter the room. He slept in the car. I don’t know why I didn’t do the same... Read more
What Success Looks Like A State of Mind vs. a Destination
A State of Mind vs. a Destination Success can be defined in a number of ways. If you look up the definition you will find several that you may agree with; the accomplishment of one’s goals, the attainment of wealth, position, honors or achieving your goals. All of these... Read more
5 Tips For Reducing Stress The Day Of Your Job Interview
Little Things Can Easily Derail Your Big Moment If You Don’t Prepare, Says Career Coach After months of responding to job postings, you finally land an interview. This could be a pivotal moment in your life and career so it’s natural to feel nervous. But there’s no reason to... Read more
A Logistical Career Change
After 1 ½ years of working hard and performing well at her job, Regina Lomeli was at first stunned, and then plain dismayed, when told her services were no longer needed. What appeared to be more obvious was that her replacement was someone who did not come with the... Read more
Top Business Books
With help from getAbstract, the world’s largest library of business book summaries, Working World takes a quick look at the TOP 5 Business Books. 1. Persuasion Equation The first rule of persuasion: If you’re not persuaded about the idea you’re advocating, you will never persuade anyone else. Persuasion dominates... Read more
Why To Consider Outsourcing Your Sales Efforts
With economists recently predicting a growing US economy, this could be the year employers can afford to give pay increases. Will that be enough to keep your best sales people? Is keeping expensive employees the right decision for every business? Is there a better way? Let’s take John, for... Read more
Mixing the Perfect Sales Cocktail
Sales can be complicated! Whether you’re a career sales professional or just starting your first sales job, being a good salesperson can be frustrating and complex. Different factors contribute to sales complexity: -Being able to find the right lucrative opportunity -Having access to the right resources -Selling the right... Read more
Sponsor vs. Mentor: The Example of American Ballet Theater Principal Ballerina Misty Copeland
Like many, I am inspired by the story of American Ballet Theater ballerina Misty Copeland. First, I am inspired by her recent achievement of being named the first African American principal dancer in the 75-year history of the renowned American Ballet Theater Company. I also am inspired to know... Read more
Top Business Books
With help from getAbstract, the world’s largest library of business book summaries, Working World takes a quick look at the TOP 5 Business Books. 1. Procrastinate on Purpose “Multiply your time by spending time on things today that will give you more time tomorrow.” “Everything you know about time... Read more
Are Business Books An Overlooked Key To Success?
Innovation is the marrow that keeps an organization thriving, says Adam Witty, who has blazed a path in recent years as one of “America’s coolest young entrepreneurs,” according to INC. Magazine. “Sometimes, a term is used so often that you have to wonder whether it still retains meaning, but... Read more