From optimizing our inboxes to streamlining meetings, we’re always looking for ways to work smarter. But being productive isn’t only about tackling every task on your to-do list or having more downtime (though those things are great!).
Urgency wrecks productivity. This is profound and yet so true. Urgent but unimportant tasks are major distractions in the effective usage of time.
Last-minute distractions are not necessarily priorities.
A lot of working people and job-seekers worry about looking like "job hoppers." They force themselves to stick it out at jobs they hate, because they're afraid that employers might spurn them if they have too many short-term jobs on their resumes.
The professional summary section needs to be the first thing on your resume that an employer sees. Because of that, you want to place it at the top of the page, right under your name and contact information.
Life is what happens to you while you are busy making other plans. Simply put, when you stop focusing on those things that matter most to you and what you believe in - then you allow life to pass you by.
Setting goals in your career is vital in one's life. It is also important to aspire to things in your career. Often time’s people want to use these terms interchangeably but they are not the same thing.
A reliable survey source gives the data that only 48% of people are satisfied with their jobs. With worker dissatisfaction so high, how can you avoid it? Or, if you are working and dissatisfied, what can you do about it?
Going against the tide is no easy task but alas, it is much, MUCH, better than going with the flow the wrong way.
How does your ideal day unfold?
Actually, forget that. How does your ideal life unfold?
While most people who agree that it’s a struggle are typically referring to the crazy, unpredictable maze that includes applying, researching, preparing and interviewing for whatever decent job opportunities they can get their hands on.
Being career ready means having skills that broadly prepare you to transition from being a college student to being an employee, manager, or entrepreneur. You will learn these skills during your time in school.