Books are usually cheaper than courses but is this the only reason to choose them over courses to expand your knowledge? Or are the additional benefits of a course proportionate to the increase in cost?
Having figured out how to handle your multiple interests, the sort of work culture you want to work in, and what motivates you professionally, I talk about how to combine these to form a job litmus paper test to help you steer yourself towards job satisfaction.
Knowing what motivates you in terms of your career and professional life helps you align your actions and behaviours to what you really want – even if you don’t know what sort of job you want to do. Learn how to assess yourself in order to get closer to job satisfaction.
There’s a course you really want to do but work won’t pay for it. What if I was to tell you that funding your own training is a blessing in disguise, and has far better benefits for you than if work paid for it? Read more if I have tickled your intrigue.
Think that commuting is dead time in between work and home? In this post, I share 15 things you can do on your commute that makes this time enjoyable, productive and extremely convenient.
The beginning of a new year is a great excuse to evaluate what you want in your professional life, how you did in 2017, and what you can be doing in 2018 to get where you need to be. Following these 3 steps will help you articulate a plan of action.
After you think you’ve dropped the ball, you might think you won’t get another opportunity to lead a project. What can you do to bounce back?
Job titles can mean a lot to you, or might sound impressive. But are they reflective on what you do, or just a showy front?