advice

Workplace advice for any issue, problem, or concern; from changing careers to co-working advice and decorating needs.

  • Keran Mourning
    Published about 13 hours ago
    How to Continue to Progress in Your Successful Career

    How to Continue to Progress in Your Successful Career

    Before jumping into a career, you need to determine what you want to gain from it; and there is no better way than getting to know yourself. Jobs that make a difference in people’s lives lead to success and satisfaction in life. For a high number of people; sadly, their choice in careers follows a predetermined route that directs them to jobs they loathe.
  • Aaron Dennis
    Published about 15 hours ago
    Is Smashwords Losing Steam, Part Two

    Is Smashwords Losing Steam, Part Two

    Welcome back, readers. The last time I reviewed Kobo Writing Life, a publishing platform, which could be a viable replacement for Smashwords or KDP. I have an update about that.
  • Monaco Solicitors
    Published 6 days ago
    How to Survive Stress and Anxiety at Work

    How to Survive Stress and Anxiety at Work

    Stress and anxiety are two terms I am hearing more and more these days from my clients, and this is a cause of real concern. I wanted to write about stress and anxiety at work, not from a purely legal angle, but also from a human one.
  • Aaron Dennis
    Published 6 days ago
    Is Medium Worth Using, Part 2

    Is Medium Worth Using, Part 2

    You might remember I wrote an article about Medium. I pointed out some of its flaws, such as curators decide if your stuff is worth reading, and if they don’t believe it is, you can’t get any organic views of your post. You can only get traffic by driving people to your post with a “friend link.”
  • Monaco Solicitors
    Published 7 days ago
    Phillip Green and Should Gagging Orders Be Banned?

    Phillip Green and Should Gagging Orders Be Banned?

    What a gagging order is, how they are organised and what effect do they have?
  • Mikkie Mills
    Published 8 days ago
    Unique Jobs for College Graduates in Oregon

    Unique Jobs for College Graduates in Oregon

    If you are from the state of Oregon and are a fresh college graduate, then there are a lot of job opportunities waiting for you. Each state has some unique job opportunities based on their culture and location and the state of Oregon is no exception. There are many fast-growing and unique jobs that you can apply for as a fresh graduate in Oregon. In this article, some of the most unique jobs for a fresh graduate in the state of Oregon is discussed.
  • Emily Christyson
    Published 9 days ago
    Let's Be Honest...

    Let's Be Honest...

    Let’s be real here. Nobody is a fan of the “water cooler” small talk with coworkers, and especially not the whole "'How are you?' 'I'm good; how are you?'" exchange.
  • Osei Agyemang
    Published 9 days ago
    This Is How to Invest in Your Staff!

    This Is How to Invest in Your Staff!

    This Is How To Invest In Your Staff!
  • david layzelle
    Published 10 days ago
    Scriptwriting Conventions

    Scriptwriting Conventions

    As a recap, last time we looked at an overview of scriptwriting, and started to look at the basic elements of the script. We stated that a script is quite different from any other form of writing and it's a tool that only lays out the bare bones of a production.
  • Robert Cordray
    Published 10 days ago
    How to Open a Successful Business

    How to Open a Successful Business

    The decision of opening up your own business is a very important one. It requires immediate action if you want to better your chances of being successful. Even if you do have a solid business plan and are doing your best, your first business could still possibly fail. That is because failure in the business world has a different meaning than the one we’re usually taught in school. In business, failure means learning, and learning means eventual success. Therefore, it is extremely important that you try your best to be well prepared about all the things you need to know before you open your first business.
  • Megan Hart
    Published 11 days ago
    There Is No Golden Ticket

    There Is No Golden Ticket

    You’ve written the next international best-seller. Your job’s finished, right? You can sit back, relax and count the checks rolling in. Right?
  • Megan Hart
    Published 11 days ago
    Write What You Feel...

    Write What You Feel...

    "Write what you know" is an oft-touted bit of advice writers cling to like socks on the back of a sweater fresh out of the dryer. What many writers both new and experienced don't realize is that writing what you know isn't enough. You also have to write what you feel.