5 Reasons to Encourage Entrepreneurship in Kids

According to Eric T. Wagner ‒ 8 out of 10 entrepreneurs who start businesses fail within the first 18 months. These are some concerning stats which will certainly scare most of the parents, who will in return scare their kids away from starting businesses of their own. So, how can we simulate our kids to … Continue reading “5 Reasons to Encourage Entrepreneurship in Kids”

5 Reasons Why You Should Consider Becoming a Web Entrepreneur

The digital age has brought along a myriad of new occupations and opportunities, opening doors for people around the world to do the things they love and actually make a living from it. With the rise of web entrepreneurship, an artist can live from their art by catering to a global community just as well … Continue reading “5 Reasons Why You Should Consider Becoming a Web Entrepreneur”

How to Get Into An Ivy League School and Help Your Career

Getting into an Ivy League school is both rewarding and very demanding at the same time. Having great test scores in high school won’t be enough to get you through the doors of one of the finest schools in the country. You will have to work hard on other aspects of your education, develop yourself … Continue reading “How to Get Into An Ivy League School and Help Your Career”

How to Keep up in a Dynamic Workplace

Unless you were lucky enough to land a job where your main responsibility is to hug baby sloths, you probably want to prolong days to 34 hours just to manage your assignments. Due to technological advancements and social changes, working has evolved in such a way that our jobs have become an indelible part of … Continue reading “How to Keep up in a Dynamic Workplace”

4 Ways to Go From Home-Based Business to Small Business

A home-based business can be an excellent way of changing your career and taking a shot at entrepreneurship. If you’ve got what it takes to be your own boss, then you can start thinking bigger. The next step is expanding your possibilities by entering the realm of small business. A home-based business is easier to … Continue reading “4 Ways to Go From Home-Based Business to Small Business”

The Differences Between A Tight & Loose Company Culture

No matter what you think about it, or how you define it, company culture matters a lot, and makes a huge difference in both companies’ performance and value. According to a Duke’s Fuqua School of Business survey of 1,400 American CEOs, more than 90% of them agree that company culture is important to their firms … Continue reading “The Differences Between A Tight & Loose Company Culture”

In Between Jobs? Here’s How to Survive the Transition

The current economy is everything but forgiving. In fact, losing a job in this climate pretty much equals social and economic death. However, if you are persistent enough, focused and dedicated, you’ll survive and thrive. Whether you’ve been laid off from your job or you’ve decided to quit to pursue a dream or a career … Continue reading “In Between Jobs? Here’s How to Survive the Transition”

How to Start Your Career as a Digital Nomad

Leading the lifestyle of a digital nomad is becoming increasingly popular. It is the type of living many young people embrace in order to travel the world without borrowing money from their parents or taking expensive loans. Advanced technologies allow digital nomads to earn money online. Since Western countries are generally more expensive, sums they … Continue reading “How to Start Your Career as a Digital Nomad”

Developing a Personal Brand for More Successful Job Hunting

Today’s economy is everything but light; with a high demand of working force, enviable levels of performance history required and utmost professionalism understood, finding a job is, for lack of a better word, stressful. Regardless of the position, you are applying for or the company you are hoping to become a part of unless you … Continue reading “Developing a Personal Brand for More Successful Job Hunting”

Things to Know About Generation Z Hiring Trends

Move over parent dependency, family values, and real-life relationships – Generation Z’s got a better idea. For everyone who was born and raised as a Millennial or is old enough to witness this generation shape into a 2000s trend with sets of values completely opposite to all things known to that point, it’s going to … Continue reading “Things to Know About Generation Z Hiring Trends”