You will fail. It's inevitable, so you might as well begin preparing for it now. The failure may be small, like, say, making a mistake on a client engagement. Or it may be quite grand, like losing a job you valued.
So, you've had enough. You've poured your heart out, worked your fingers to the bone, and turned your hairs gray, but no one seems to appreciate it. You're unhappy, and ready to make a career change. Sounds fair.
You have to start thinking for yourself sometime. Frankly, at some point you don’t have a choice. Life forces you. Maybe it’s when you take your first step as a toddler. Or maybe it’s when you take the SAT test as a young adult.
Understanding the world around you and the dramatic shifts that are constantly taking place is vital to any leader, entrepreneur or business person. We should not be trailing behind and merely reacting to those changes; we should be striving to anticipate what is yet to come.
So Microsoft is taking another shot at Google with its revamp of Bing. The new Bing will not, however, make Microsoft a social, or elastic company. It will not move Microsoft on from its past, into the platform and ecosystem world.
Apple CEO Tim Cook mourned Steve Jobs, his boss and mentor. And the depth of his grief caught him by surprise. "It was one of the saddest days of my life when he passed away," he told AllThingsD's Kara Swisher and Walt Mossberg.
In a recent report, we found women faced two key obstacles in progressing to leadership roles (Male elite bars women's way to top, 28 May): balancing work and family demands; and being seen as a real contender in a male-dominated area.
In her book 301 Smart Answers to Tough Interview Questions, Vicky Oliver says jobseekers need to treat interviews like a final exam, because it's "rigorous" and "psychologically draining." "Make no mistake: in order to prevail, you are going to...
Your mind is your best friend, but it is also your worst enemy, involved in self-sabotage. To illustrate, when your mind tells you that you should prepare for tomorrow’s important meeting, it is acting as your friend, causing positive action. When it wakes you up at 3:00 a.m. anxious about the meeting and warning you for the hundredth time about the many consequences of failing, it is acting as your enemy; it is simply exhausting your mental resources without any redeeming value. No friend would do that.
The Six Enemies of Greatness (and Happiness) These six factors can erode the grandest of plans and the noblest of intentions. They can turn visionaries into paper-pushers and wide-eyed dreamers into shivering, weeping balls of regret.
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