The Work Habits That Will Make You Successful

It doesn’t matter whether you are just starting out on your career or if you have years of experience behind you - making sure you have the right attitude and approach is vital.
And having the right attitude does not come about by accident; it comes from establishing the very best working practices and habits.

Why You Need to Ask Your Boss for Feedback

Chances are, if you’ve had management training, you’ve received tips on giving feedback. But what about getting it? Does anyone ever train us on how to ask for it? What if your manager isn’t good at providing feedback? Does it matter? It turns out that it does.

“Life is not complex.  We are complex.  Life is simple, and the simple thing is the right thing.”Oscar Wilde

“Life is not complex.  We are complex.  Life is simple, and the simple thing is the right thing.”
Oscar Wilde

How to get the entire team involved during Scrum meetings

Agile teams are built on democratic foundations: every person in the room should be able to voice their concerns and recommendations. But under time pressure, quite often only the most senior people in the meeting do all the talking. That’s a shame, because these teams miss a significant opportunity to innovate and engage everyone.

9 Things Successful People Won't Do

When your sense of pleasure and satisfaction are derived from comparing yourself to others, you are no longer the master of your own happiness. When emotionally intelligent people feel good about something that they’ve done, they won’t let anyone’s opinions or accomplishments take that away from them.

Why You Need to Ask Your Boss for Feedback

Chances are, if you’ve had management training, you’ve received tips on giving feedback. But what about getting it? Does anyone ever train us on how to ask for it? What if your manager isn’t good at providing feedback? Does it matter? It turns out that it does.

6 Ways to Prove You're a Genuine Superstar at Work

Remarkable employees spend significant time helping other people succeed: their company, their employees, their customers and vendors and suppliers…
But remarkable employees also spend a little time helping themselves succeed, both for “selfish” reasons and because their success creates success for others.

"Proactive people show you what they love, what they want, what they purpose, and what they stand for. These people are very different from those who are known by what they hate, what they don’t like, what they stand against, and what they will not do."Henry Cloud

"Proactive people show you what they love, what they want, what they purpose, and what they stand for. These people are very different from those who are known by what they hate, what they don’t like, what they stand against, and what they will not do."
Henry Cloud

How to Write your Ideal Elevator Pitch

The elevator pitch is a phrase coined to describe the situation where you meet someone important in an elevator and have just the duration of the elevator ride to tell him or her what your business is and why it is special. It was originally used for start-up companies who needed to explain to venture capital investors just what they did in very simple and memorable terms.

Four Ways To Get Headhunted

One of the most flattering things in the professional world is getting headhunted on behalf of a renowned company. If someone rings you out of the blue and takes an interest in you, it is a sure sign that you are doing all the right things in your current job.

You Are Not Your Job (And That’s a Good Thing)

For many professionals, defining ourselves outside of our jobs and our titles is increasingly difficult, especially when that millennial workers might have 15-20 different jobs in their lifetime.

9 Life Lessons from Martial Arts - Health Room

Aside from the physical benefits: the increased strength, flexibility, endurance, and the ability to defend yourself; if you put in the hard work and dedicate your time, the martial arts can repay you with some valuable life lessons.

"Nobody ever wrote down a plan to be broke, fat, lazy, or stupid. Those things are what happen when you don’t have a plan."Larry Winget

"Nobody ever wrote down a plan to be broke, fat, lazy, or stupid. Those things are what happen when you don’t have a plan."
Larry Winget

The Top 5 Things You Should Never Do At Work

Most people spend more hours at work than anywhere else, so it’s normal and expected that we will experience the full gamut of emotions while engaged in our work. I’m all for bringing our whole selves to work as well, and being as authentic, honest, and transparent as humanly possible at our jobs.

8 Tips to Turn your Internship into a Permanent Position

Internships come in various shapes and sizes, some are excellent learning opportunities and others end up with you doing the coffee run every day however, when you do end up in an internship you enjoy; how do you make sure it becomes a permanent job you enjoy?