Workplace advice for any issue, problem, or concern; from changing careers to co-working advice and decorating needs.
Commas, Commas, Commas, and More Commas
It’s now time to delve into commas. This little turd of punctuation is probably the most misinterpreted thing in the universe.
The Story of Your Life
I’m about to expose the realities behind taking your dream of becoming an author and actually making it happen. First, the reality check...have you ever considered how much time and effort goes into writing a book? As an author of seven books I know how time consuming, brain-aching and testing it can be to develop your story line, weave twists and turns into your story to keep readers engaged so they want to keep turning pages, make your characters believable, likable, and lovable. That said, when you’ve done it successfully, the rewards are unsurpassed, so keep reading if you’re an aspiring author, or a person who sincerely believes you have a book inside you. Even if you don’t feel you have the ability to write a book, but feel your idea for a book is good enough, there are people who'll write it for you.
How a Leader Can Eliminate the Dysfunction Between What Strategy Says and What People Do
One of the biggest issues in any organization is the lack of congruency between what the strategy says to do and what people actually do on a day-to-day basis.
How To (Mostly) Negotiate Away Your Stress
I’m guessing that your day is filled with stressors — whether physical or virtual. People come to see you, call you, email or message you, and they want something.
Improve Your Financial Stability In Only 10 Minutes
Though we all want to be rich as world famous rappers and have accountants that care for our financial wellbeing, the vast majority of us are not so lucky. In fact, most people in the US live paycheck-to-paycheck.
What It's Like To Be: An Online Blogger
For the past 6-odd years, I've been working as an online blogger - most recognizably in the relationship field. I've been republished on Yahoo, and also on Huffington Post. So, I like to think I'm probably a little successful at what I do.
Most Annoying Questions You Can Ask a Flight Attendant
Flight attendants deal with so much trouble by having to put up with their passengers' annoying questions and strange requests. It truly is a thankless job, managing and helping the human cargo lodged into their sardine-can sized seats.
How to Use a Semicolon
I haven’t written anything regarding my experiences from Quora in a little while, but I came across a quote, which I simply brushed off for quite sometime; it was a quote regarding the semicolon. Then, I remembered answering a question on Quora about the semicolon.
My Father Taught Me The Three Fundamentals of Success
I was reminded of my father today. He passed away a long time ago. One of the most interesting effects of time is its ability to heal wounds and amplify strengths. If I let time mesmerize me, my father was a saint. When the clock stops its hypnotic ticking, I realize that he was far less holy, but he really was an amazing teacher.
Connections That Can Make or Break Your Career
Relationships are at the core of every single business; successful careers require healthy connections to carry you up the ladder of success. Ninety percent of jobs are found through networking, so it is essential for any prospective employee to have the right connections. But not just any connections. While we may have our friends and loved ones in the real world, the business world is driven by a code of conduct and behavior that trickles down into all elements of the work environment—including interpersonal relationships.
Adulthood Is Like Losing Your Mom In the Supermarket
You go to school your entire life, from 5 to 18 you are a student. Then you are told to go to college and get a job. Which as a recent college graduate, I will tell you that it is a good time. You get to meet so many new people and learn new things. Maybe not even college, maybe trade school, or exciting programs that set you up for a good career.
Interview with Bob from YouTube's "I Like to Make Stuff"
What if you could turn your passion into a career? Bob from "I Like to Make Stuff" was able to turn his dream into a reality; from custom tables to skateboards, this YouTube channel shows everyday people how they can make amazing projects.