We’ll let you into a little secret. The most successful people in the world use their strengths every day and feel great about themselves and what they do. Do you know your strengths and how they can help you get a job?
If you thought social recruiting was big in 2014, prepare for a revolution ahead. In 2015, a rapidly growing number of recruiters are expected to use social media like never before.
Sound, deep, uninterrupted sleep. Forget world peace – if you are a student juggling your studies with other commitments, this is probably your new number-one goal in life.
It’s 6.30am and after a long holiday break, your alarm clock is insistently telling you it’s time to get out of bed. For many people – me included – the automatic reaction is to hit the snooze button, often more than once.
“Ability is what you’re capable of doing. Motivation determines what you do. Attitude determines how well you do it.” Lou Holtz… more quotes
Do you ever wonder what makes some people seem to almost magically advance their careers, while others, with similar backgrounds, go unnoticed? What gives them the hidden edge?
When getting ready for a job interview, it’s hard to miss the famous “tell me about yourself” question, which acts as a typical icebreaker. You need to be prepared to answer that question too.
Have you noticed that everyone is talking about happiness? How to improve the happiness and overall quality of life is today’s no.1 issue. And it is not just an individual quest for one’s own happiness…
We all want to be happy. However, the unhappiest people tend to have a few things in common. If you’re looking to find peace, balance, and joy in your life, here are 22 reasons you may be unhappy.
Well, here’s a secret: you can be happy right now. It’s not always easy, but you can learn how to do it, just as you can learn any other skill. Ask any happy person, and they will tell you that they …
As a student, your future employer knows that you don’t have prior work experience. What they are looking to discover is your potential. Here are the things employers look for.
You’ve found the perfect job, your resume and references are all lined up and ready to go, and now there’s just one thing standing between you and hitting “send” on the application: the dreaded cover letter.
To write an effective resume, you have to learn how to write powerful but subtle advertising copy about yourself. Sounds hard, but if you follow these simple principles you’ll be writing great advertising copy in no time.
What makes some people more successful in work and life than others? IQ and work ethic are important, but they don’t tell the whole story. Our emotional intelligence – the way we manage emotions – can play a critical role in determining our happiness and success.
Employers often say that students who have just left school, college or university lack the ‘soft skills’ they’re looking for. ‘Soft skills’ are the people skills you need to succeed in the workplace.