8 Tips to Gel in A New Team

We all fear transition of any kind. Whenever we face change, there is a fear that kicks in that we might fail. A typical example is transitioning from one role to the other. It can be a stressful transition getting into a new team and becoming successful. Sometimes, the lack of professional skills makes it … Continue reading “8 Tips to Gel in A New Team”

Building a Career with Future Life Changes in Mind

Just because you’re doing something well now doesn’t mean you’ll always be successful at your job or enjoy the work you do. There are a number of reasons you might decide to look for another job. Changing careers always carries a certain level of stress, but there are things you can do to make future … Continue reading “Building a Career with Future Life Changes in Mind”

12 Tips to Excel in Your Career

As you step out of your university life, your main concern is to get a successful career. With the increasing competition, getting a job and then maintaining the same level throughout the job’s timeline is apparently difficult than you ever thought. Every professional aims to get acknowledged and developed in his career, but the willingness … Continue reading “12 Tips to Excel in Your Career”

Creative Outlets -The Value of Taking a Break from Work

If you’re reading this article, I’m assuming that you’re interested in enhancing your career. Readers who are seeking tips for increased performance at work should be happy to learn about the impact of creative outlets! Instead of speaking about items like initiative, collaborative efforts, or removing inefficiencies, I want to discuss giving your psyche an … Continue reading “Creative Outlets -The Value of Taking a Break from Work”

How to Fix A Toxic Work Atmosphere and Save Your Career

It’s going to happen at least once in your career, and probably several times: there’s somebody at work whose bad attitude and worse communication skills is dragging down your performance, your morale, and the results of you and your team. The sooner you learn how to deal with such a situation, the sooner you can … Continue reading “How to Fix A Toxic Work Atmosphere and Save Your Career”

How to Turn Your Frustration into A Winning Career Leap?

Frustration is natural but what makes a person unique is the way he handles that feeling. There are people who keep on complaining about how miserable their job life is but are afraid of doing anything. And, why should they? Why should you leave a job for some new one which does not guarantee you … Continue reading “How to Turn Your Frustration into A Winning Career Leap?”

Introverted Skills – Standing Out in an Extroverted World

Our world has been built to cater to the outspoken, the extroverts. A clear bias exists between the habits of the extroverts and the habits of the introverts. Even early on, children who speak up and participate in class are rewarded. Those that sit quietly and read are seen as mellow, unsocial, or disinterested. This … Continue reading “Introverted Skills – Standing Out in an Extroverted World”

Career Lessons: Don’t Let The Fire In Your Belly Burn Bridges

You’re a passionate worker with the world at your feet. At times, it’s hard to keep the passion inside and to use it positively. There are times when an employee realizes that the system isn’t going to work out in their favour. There are times when a colleague who isn’t as qualified will get a … Continue reading “Career Lessons: Don’t Let The Fire In Your Belly Burn Bridges”

Success Tip : Perform Each Task as If It Were Worth a Million Dollars

The meaning of success may be different to everyone, but the principles for achieving it are always the same. Whether you ask an accomplished mom, an acknowledged entrepreneur, or a rocket scientist, their stories of failure and triumph will in their essence be identical. Discover your talents, they’ll say. Follow your dream, focus on your … Continue reading “Success Tip : Perform Each Task as If It Were Worth a Million Dollars”

What Happens When You Have a Ridiculous Goal?

I had a very bold audacious goal early in my career.   I wanted to be the VP Marketing before I was 40 years old.    You may not think this was bold, for today there many CEO’s and executives much younger, but a few very short years ago, working for a monopoly telephone company … Continue reading “What Happens When You Have a Ridiculous Goal?”