How to make a decision blind

January 3, 2019 Categorized in: Personal Development

What should your mindset be when you have a suddenly make a blind tough call that might have serious ramifications if you get it wrong?
Set these goals for a successful 2019.
Workplace issues expert Holly Caplan has these tips to make yourself stand out.
To fully regain your credibility after making a major mistake, do these 5 things.
Personal-finance blogger Trent Hamm of the Christian Science Monitor offers five questions for you to ask to get a handle on the future.

The memo I wish I’d never seen

January 3, 2019 Categorized in: Personal Development

Confidential information can prove explosive. Being the person to trigger the explosion, while tempting, is a step to consider carefully.

Refresh your job

January 3, 2019 Categorized in: Personal Development

Have you been at your current job for two years? For three years or more? If so, you probably wonder at times how you can keep the job fresh and exciting. Start by completing these statements.
How did I begin to appreciate my own accomplishments and set more realistic expectations? I started saying no.

Schmoozing at a small event

January 3, 2019 Categorized in: Personal Development

Looking to make long-term connections at a small event? Brianna Elefant, writing at Entrepreneur, offers this advice.

Are you in a good position to advance?

January 3, 2019 Categorized in: Advancement

If a promotion becomes available, will you be the first person to come to mind? This quiz is designed to help you determine whether your attitude and actions will earn advancement.
Don’t trust that thesaurus! … This is why you don’t put metal in the microwave … Tired of marathon Monopoly sessions over the holidays? … Even presidents had typical teenager jobs at one point … One of the most dangerous animals to hunt: Hawaiian wild cattle
Optimization is like administrative skills and attitudes on steroids (in a good way!).

Don’t teach this way

December 6, 2018 Categorized in: Personal Development

Always help in a crisis … and save the sermonizing for when the smoke clears.