To this date, I’ve never left a job on bad terms. The closest I’ve ever gotten was probably the table busing job I had for 6 weeks when I was 15 years old. But in my professional career, I’ve been very careful to tread the waters of quitting. Quitting a job on good terms
As a millennial, it can be hard to transition from that university resume to a young professional resume and it can be super easy to make these 6 mistakes. There are as many resumes articles out there as there are resumes. However, after hours of research, I have found the most common resume mistakes
How do you find a job you love? It’s the hardest question to ask yourself, but it’s one that everyone has to answer at one time or another. What do you want to do with your life? And it’s so easy to defer back to the cliché quotes of: “Follow Your Passion” or “Find a
One of the toughest parts of changing careers is the fact that you don’t feel you like you have the skill set to make the jump. The imposter syndrome of entering into a new field of work without the proper skills is real and it is intimidating. I have definitely been down that road before.
I get it, quitting a job can be hard sometimes. It’s easy if the workplace is toxic, or you have a terrible boss or super low pay, but sometimes those external factors aren’t there. You could be working a job that is perfectly fine. It pays the bills. It’s not perfect, but it has its
Have you ever had a conversation with a co-worker or boss where they start using terms and acronyms that you don’t really understand?
Yup, I’ve been there.
Especially as a new graduate or new employee, it can be easy for people to start referring to these terms nonchalantly in conversation. And most of the time,
I’m going to say this right now: I feel like I was not late to the podcast game, but I was definitely hesitant of it. I’d heard of podcasts years and years ago but I never really understood why anyone would choose to listen to podcasts over watching a YouTube videos or reading blogposts. Today,
If you’re like me, then even the thought of a job interview makes you sick. And even though I’ve gotten better at calming my nerves before an interview, the actual process still stresses me out. Mostly because, as much as I prepare, I tend to get nervous and completely blank out during job interviews.
Until I created the one career-changing tool that has helped me master my nerves and allowed me to think on feet when I inevitably blank out.
If you’re new to the corporate world, and just entering your first professional job, the transition can be quite intimidating. So whether you are a new graduate or transitioning to a 9-5 for whatever reason, here are 4 meeting documents you should know and master in any role.