A little over a year ago, I wrote a post called Three Signs Your Slide Deck Stinks. I think it got the most comments in the history of this blog as I invited readers to share their pet peeves from presentation land.
With so much new tech headed our way this fall, you may be wondering how you can afford to keep up with your desire for state-of-the-art gadgets. Whether you’re wanting an iPhone 5 , craving a Kindle, or eagerly anticipating the Microsoft Surface, your tech budget might be stretched a bit thin this busy season.
One of the classic self-help guides ever published offers up timeless advice about how listening and considering what others have to say nurtures the best relationships. The key is to actually care about their input rather than twisting them into a means to an end, so try to keep that in mind.
There is an epidemic spreading across the world.And I hate to be the bearer of bad news, but we’re all carriers of the disease.It’s called Offend-initis, a skin condition whereby the thickness of our skin melts away to the point where everything offends us...
Should you ever find yourself in the unenviable position of suing your former employer, the company can't gain "broad access" to your social media posts -- but they can peek at any communications with fellow employees or posts about your job, even if sent privately on Facebook or Twitter.
Times are tough and many people are struggling to stay optimistic given the state of the economy, the insecurity of their jobs (if they have one), the size of their mortgage and the strain that puts on relationships at home.
When the Pointy-Haired Boss says you're "not on the same page," what does he really mean? A section of career advice columnist Penelope Trunk's new book, Brazen Careerist, offers a crash course in translating officespeak.
Burnout can strike in any profession. Nearly one in two physicians say they are burned out, those in helping professions often experience symptoms, and when you're working long hours, experiencing pressures or feeling without options in any profession, you may be at risk for burnout.
The following 50 valuable life lessons where written by Regina Brett, from Cleveland , Ohio. These gems of knowledge have been learnt over the past 50 years, why would you not want to get your knowledge up and read on for a little 'Life 101'.
Besides our choice of words and the volume and tone of a voice, gestures, posture and facial expressions all convey powerful messages to the people we are talking to, which is precisely why everyone pays close attention to other people's body language.
What's more, some research suggests that your body language can even affect your hormones, which affects your decisions and attitudes to risk. In other words, how we say what we say to people is at least as important as what we say to them.
The Facebook Fired blog is a painfully modern collection of stories memorializing those who are collecting unemployment thanks to posts on Facebook or similar public disclosures. Read this blog post by Chris Matyszczyk on Technically Incorrect.
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