It's normal to want your life and business to prosper but saying yes to every opportunity may backfire. Read on to see what life coach Monica Magnetti suggests you do when too many options are getting thrown in your direction.
They say looks don’t matter, but when it comes down to it, scientific research tells a different story. Your appearance can have a big impact on your career from helping you to land a job to improving your employee evaluations and promotion potential. Looking great matters in your 30s, 40s, 50s and beyond. Of course, as you age looking and feeling your best does get more difficult, but with a little help and some anti-aging treatments you can continue to receive the career boosting benefits of attractiveness. WHAT IMPACT DO LOOKS HAVE ON CAREERS?
There are 10.1 million female-owned businesses in the U.S., according to the Center for Women's Business Research. And while there aren't stats on how many of those women are moms who are working from home, it's a safe bet that quite a few of them have re-prioritized their work to accommodate their kids. If you're thinking of making the change but aren't quite sure how to approach it, click through for some ideas on great jobs for stay-at-home moms.
With so much pressure to have a stellar career, be a perfect mother and cultivate a loving, romantic relationship, it's no wonder women feel they need to "have it all". But here's some personal development and life coach advice for you to consider: what does success really mean to YOU?
It's a sleep position often adopted by highly sensitive and emotional people and nearly double the number of women sleep in the fetal position than men.
LinkedIn's Endorsement Feature is a great way of showcasing your skill sets through your connections' recommendations of you (and vice-versa). However, it is important to remember LinkedIn is a professional networking and social media tool, not just an online social interaction space. The steadily growing number of LinkedIn Members (200 Million +) make the site a career research and development powerhouse.
Earlier this week, we posted an interview with John Gray, whose newest book, "Work with Me: The 8 Blind Spots Between Men and Women in Business," examines how men and women could better understand each other in the workplace. Here are the highlights.
John Gray and Barbara Annis' newest book, "Work with Me: The 8 Blind Spots Between Men and Women in Business," addresses the false assumptions and miscommunication between men and women, both in the workplace and at home.
No matter how long you plan to stay with your parents post-graduation, your relationships can get tricky, especially when it comes to money.
Last year, a corporate professional, let me call him Tom, came to me. He looked very tired and unhappy. “Sharmin, I am working long days, late nights, still my manager wants me to do more, have more impact, show more leadership…where is the time…why can’t he see my contribution already! With changes going around all the time it is so hard to get anything done on time. I even wanted to change this job, but in this economy it is so hard to get an interview even!” – Tom gave me a quite a vivid picture of his life. I felt compassionate for him.