How to beat the statistics.
They own productivity.
The March Madness problem
Most career problems stem from the fact that we are terrible at picking jobs. We think we are picking a good job and then it turns out to be a bad job.
When someone asks you, in an interview, “What is your weakness?” do not give a B.S. answer. Saying something like, “I pay too much attention to detail” is actually a terrible answer for someone who is getting hired to do detail work. It means you have a deficit in the […]
[credit provider=”Statigram/thecarrigator” url=”http://statigr.am/p/294812180903909212_182538860″] There are no formulas for who is successful.But there are statistical probabilities.
[credit provider=”orphanjones/Flickr” url=”http://www.flickr.com/photos/orphanjones/677386754/sizes/m/in/photostream/”] The other night a friend confided he hasn’t received a raise in quite some time, almost four years.This was shocking—he’s always been a exceptional worker—though he does live in a hard-hit city and works in a difficult industry: entertainment.
[credit provider=”Flickr/Alex decarvalho” url=”http://www.flickr.com/photos/adc/402407141/”] Ever been to a networking event and find yourself not knowing what to say? Or how to introduce yourself? Or maybe you’ve stumbled over your first sentences, making less than a great impression.We are going to change that. Right now.
[credit provider=”tourist_on_earth via Flickr” url=”http://www.flickr.com/photos/tourist_on_earth/3280030911/”] LinkedIn released a survey today that reveals what most bothers professionals at the office. These are the behaviours we complain about at happy hour, but rarely bring up when we’re inside the corporate mothership. For nearly 2,000 U.S.-based professionals, the top three office peeves are: […]