Trading in the stock market is pretty intimidating, especially if you're new to investing in the stocks. All the numbers, new terms, and horror stories about major stock market crashes can make it feel like it's a "professionals only" zone.
Many managers seem to cringe at the thought of coaching their employees when performance comes up short. I mean, after all, don’t they already know their jobs? Why in the world would they need coaching? I feel like I’m a teacher, counselor, career guru, and sometimes a baby-sitter! I just want them to do their jobs!
In my previous post on personal branding, I looked at the reasons and benefits behind why you need to build a personal brand. Now I’m talking tactics—and showing you how to build your personal brand—on LinkedIn.
As a third year student about to graduate, I am becoming increasingly aware of how naive and unaware I was of how to prepare for university life when I first started. Thus begins my multi-chapter survival guide for university.
I was first introduced to ALEKS my freshman year of college. Like most first years, I had to take College Algebra as a general education credit and a prerequisite for many other courses. This year, my school decided to incorporate ALEKS into the math department. None of the students and only a few of the teaching assistants heard about the program before its introduction into the university, as it is still a relatively new system on the market. We were told about how ALEKS is able to adapt to your abilities and give you more individualized learning. Sounds great! Right? That's what we thought, too...