We're encouraged to set goals for our health, career and relationships, yet many of us find we rarely achieve the targets we set. So is it that we're failing to meet our goals? Or are our goals failing us?
Manufacturing is on a serious comeback in the region, but opportunities for many of the expected 49,000 job openings in the next decade require technological skills. Manufacturing is the second largest private sector employer in Northeast Ohio – second only to healthcare.
You may have heard of this book, " Invisible Man" by Ralph Ellison. Invisible Man is narrated in the first person by the protagonist, an unnamed African-American man who considers himself socially invisible.
Success has many determining factors, including dumb luck. But I’ve been thinking of one lately that’s largely indispensable and totally learnable—persistence. Have you ever felt like bailing on that one thing you know you’re supposed to do?
Work hard and you’ll succeed. Dress for success. There are so many aphorisms to try to help people achieve success in their endeavors, but are any of them really true? In my experience, success boils down more to cultivating a few important habits and then practicing them over and over again. If I were asked to distill those habits down, these would be my personal rules for success: Define your goals. These could be business goals or life goals, but the value of knowing your purpose and understanding your destination cannot be overestimated. One person goes to work eac
When I first heard this as a recruiter, I asked the hiring manager to please repeat themselves. Later I learned that many savvy hiring managers often look to hire someone who has failed at a past job or project. Ok, everybody out there that has hidden failures on their resume, raise your hand … I was intrigued as I heard more and more hiring managers seek those who have failed at something, because it’s counter intuitive. And based on the number of people out there with their hands in the air, most candidates don’t realize just how valuable failure is. Employers find failure valuable because:
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