• How To Cure A Case Of Impostor Syndrome Ahead Of Your Job Interview
    It’s only a few hours before you meet with a potential employer. Suddenly, you experience a sinking feeling in your stomach. You tell yourself that you aren’t good enough for this job, your past achievements are a byproduct of luck, and you suspect that you will be exposed as a fraud at any momen...
  • How to Decide Between Two Equally Great Job Offers
    While some job seekers find themselves in a transitionary period of life attempting to gain meaningful employment, a few lucky ones find themselves having the luxury of being in the driver’s seat upon receiving more than one job offer. If you ever find yourself at a crossroads between two compani...
  • Simple Changes You Can Make to Increase Your Productivity
    We all wish we could squeeze more out of 24 hours. If we could just get more done at the office, then we'd have more time to exercise, read, or spend time with family and friends. Alas, you can't change the Earth's rotation around the sun—but you can make simple changes at work to increase your p...
  • 5 Things You Should Never Put In Writing At Work
    The workday can feel so long…and your email inbox or Slack channel can seem like such a private haven—a secret clubhouse where you can share jokes and kvetch with your work spouse. But don't let a false sense of security lull you into making a career-derailing mistake. There are certain things yo...
  • How To Overcome Monday
    So is there a solution to the Monday scaries? Yes. While it might not be possible to embrace Mondays like a long-lost friend, there are ways to make the transition back into work a little easier.
  • Five Things to Do Your First Week on a New Job
    Congratulations on your new job! These are 5 things to do your first week.
  • “The Dandelion Philosophy” Helps People When They Feel “Not Good Enough” At Work
    A dandelion can be seen either as a weed that invades a garden or as a valuable herb. Do people see you and the skills you have as valuable and worthy?
  • The Lives They Lived & The Lives We Live
    People trying to make conscious decisions about the make-up of their lives and it most often boils down to two things: Read on to learn more!
  • Does Your Professional Circle Spark Joy?
    Are you embedded in an institution or work independently with a set of other professionals who do work that gives you joy by association? Read on to see why this matters!!!
  • Why Do We Care What Others Think About Our Work Choices?
    Many of us struggle with not measuring up to what we think our parents, friends, family, classmates, and former colleagues expect of us professionally. What should we do about it....Read on to see!!!
  • Space & Grace

    ​We all have things to work on. I realize that I have failed to share in as much detail two conditions that will enhance your decision-making ability....Space & Grace. Read on to learn more!!!
  • Feel Professionally Insignificant Sometimes—Here’s What to Do About It
    The feeling of insignificance tends to spread out tendrils and overstay its welcome for too many of us. Read on to learn how to combat this feeling!!!
  • Moving from Fridge Goals to Real Goals
    How do we make fridge goals as likely to be achieved as picking up milk or toilet paper on the grocery list? Read on to see how!!
  • Should You Be Offering Your Employees Summer Fridays?
    If you haven’t heard, summer Fridays are a popular trend where companies give their employees some or all Fridays off all summer. This allows everyone to get a jump-start on the weekend and enjoy life in the sun with friends and family. But are summer Fridays really beneficial to companies or jus...
  • What Your Boss's 1:1 Style Says About Them…And You
    Whether your boss gravitates toward big meetings and group projects or prefers to work individually with their employees, he will have to conduct one-on-one meetings. Some take the buddy-buddy approach, some use a coaching or mentoring style, and others take advantage of the opportunity to microm...
  • I Still Don’t Know What I Want to Be When I Grow Up
    Imagine you’re back in first grade. Your teacher asks you to draw what you want to be when you grow up. Now you’re in your 20s, 30s, or 40s, and you wonder why you still don’t know what you want to be when you grow up. Is something wrong with you?
  • Surprising Ways You Can Improve Your Work Life Balance
    For many, improving work-life balance is an elusive goal. Our always-on culture means employers expect employees to take more work home. It’s no wonder 89 percent of Americans say work-life balance is a problem. How can we improve our work-life balance when there is so much work and life in need ...
  • 3 Traps to Avoid When You Start a New Job
    It’s hard to be new on the job. Avoid the following three traps to increase your chances of being successful in your new role.
  • What to Do When You Hear Rumors of Layoffs
    Layoffs: While there might not be a way to avoid the stress and anxiety, there are certainly things you can do to be prepared for a layoff cycle. Read on for all tips.