How Women May Be The Difference Makers In Business Leadership
Businesses do a poor job picking managers to lead their employees, collectively costing companies billions of dollars each year, according to a recent Gallup report titled “State of the American Manager.” The report is based on more than “four decades of extensive talent research, a study of 2.5 million... Read more
5 Simple Secrets to Creating the Career You Want
Singer-song writer Willie Nelson once said that “99 percent of the world’s lovers are not with their first choice. That’s what makes the juke box play.” The majority of the American workforce knows just what Willie meant; they’re not in love with their careers and may be working in... Read more
Want a Job Interview? Fire Your Resume
With almost 4 billion resumes distributed annually, there’s growing frustration among job seekers that they are blending into the competitive landscape. While the economy plays a role, some experts believe resumes might also be a reason for this anonymity. Traditional resumes weren’t a necessity until the 1950s, and their... Read more
6 Tips for Improving Your ‘Lines of Gratification’
As we enter the year’s final quarter, Dr. Robert J. Cerfolio, a world-renowned cardiothoracic surgeon, says it’s never too early to think about self-improvement for the New Year… and this year. “Habitual procrastination can really hurt you in the long run because waiting to take care of something that’s... Read more
Taking A Pulse Check On Your Attitude
Hard times that sap your energy and leave you frustrated are an inevitable part of life. Maybe you lost a job. Maybe your finances took a turn for the worse. Maybe your personal life is in disarray or a health problem emerged forcing a lifestyle change. Such setbacks can... Read more
4 Steps to Plug Productivity Leaks
Everyone is looking for ways to boost productivity and make the most of their time to the point where some young workers are abusing stimulants normally used to treat A.D.H.D., The New York Times reports. Before anyone resorts to popping pills, check out these four tips to plug productivity... Read more
The Five Critical Skills for IT Success
Are you fully prepared for a successful career in IT? The most effective IT professionals possess a particular set of skills—five of them, to be exact. Your mastery of the five critical skills is critical to your career success. These five skills will, when mastered, allow you to positively... Read more
Why Businesswomen Should Embrace Their Inner Sofia Vergara
There’s more to Sofia Vergara, the top-earning actress on television for three years running, than meets the eye, says executive and business coach Debora McLaughlin. “She’s a wildly successful entrepreneur who embraces herself, including her own beauty, her 40s, her health as a thyroid cancer survivor, her previous status... Read more
4 Rules For Hiring & Retaining Your Best Employees
Exorbitant student loans constitute just one reason why young people eager to experience the world may want to reconsider college, says Ed Basler, a veteran entrepreneur. There is now $1.2 trillion worth of college debt in the United States and the average borrower will graduate $26,600 in the red,... Read more
Seven Tips for Success from Actor, Choreographer, & Singer Delane Vaughn
Photos and Text by Francesco Caprio Have a specific goal Focus on a main goal and see it clearly in your mind. Think, “Come hell or high water, I’m going to make it happen.”  Clearly see your goal and have faith that you will accomplish it.  No matter what... Read more