This article is authored by Rich Karlgaard and is originally published by The Wall Street Journal. In 1980, I was 25 and hadn’t yet bloomed. This hit home one night while I was working as a security guard in San Jose, Calif. Just after dark, as I started my perimeter patrol of a fenced rent-a-truck … Continue reading It’s Never Too Late to Start a Brilliant Career
This article is authored by Jo O’Donovan and is originally published by Workplace Relationships. Procrastination...do you do it? Are you guilty, or is it something your putting off??? The dictionary says procrastination is: I want to champion the case FOR procrastination! I think there are times that a bit "humming and hawing" is totally called … Continue reading I’m trying to decide whether to procrastinate… or not!
This article is authored by Nina Perry, Career Coach and Director of Careerdiem, part of the Career Money Life Supplier Community. Have you heard about, Marie Kondo? The most revered organiser at this very moment? In a nutshell, Marie advocates for going through all of your belongings, sorting them, and keeping only things that “spark joy”. … Continue reading Can you Marie Kondo your career?
Every job comes with its own challenges and occasional stressful situations, but if you find yourself getting a case of the Monday blues every single day of the week, then you may be dealing with a toxic workplace. While there are accepted cultural differences with office dynamics such as pace, punctuality, and appropriate language, some … Continue reading 3 Ways to Cope with a Toxic Office Culture
This article is submitted to us by Helen Green, careers practitioner and Director of Career Confident, part of the Career Money Life Supplier Community. You can view the original article on Career Confident's website. Short courses are for everyone. With so many courses and a multitude of providers on the market promoting flexible learning formats, … Continue reading SHORT COURSES ARE FOR EVERYONE – HOW MIGHT YOUR CAREER BENEFIT?