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.
“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?
Many employers would rather provide job skills training to an enthusiastic but inexperienced worker than hire someone with perfect qualifications but a less- than-positive attitude.
Career planning is more than just making a decision about a job. It’s a process of determining where you are and where you want to be, and developing strategies that support your career and life goals.
Few have lived a life more rewarding than the great Albert Einstein. He was a physicist, philosopher, author, and perhaps the most influential scientist to have ever lived. Here are 20 life and career lessons from the great man’s life:
Are you waiting until after you leave school or uni to start building up your LinkedIn profile? It’s time to reconsider. Here’s how to build a great student profile on LinkedIn.
It may seem some of us are born with self-confidence, but most of us have to work at it. Let these inspiring ideas help boost your confidence and inspire you to believe in yourself.
What is your passion? What are you great at that you also love and have a red hot passion and drive for? Do you know? Until you locate that thing, it will stay parked in your heart and no one will benefit from it.
The most important trait of successful people may surprise you. While intelligence matters, a high IQ is not the greatest predictor of career success.
Some teenagers are naturally motivated to figure out what they want to be and strong enough to set goals to get them there. Most however are not. So what can we do to help?
Volunteering is a great experience for students. It gives them the opportunity to learn about themselves, to learn about those around them and to build new relationships.