Mostly we mistake this ability as a sign of weakness, nothing can be further from the truth. Ability to receive feedback constructively is a sign of courage and mighty.
Steve could look at things differently and question why was it that way, he always believed in simplifying things and getting the past the usual no, which comes first. While developing I pod, he designed most of the applications to start working in three clicks, rather than making his customers go through the maze.
Buffet says, ?Success is getting what you want, happiness is wanting what you get. I won the ovarian lottery the day I was born and so did all of you. We?re all successful, intelligent, educated. To focus on what you don?t have is a terrible mistake. With the gifts all of us have, if you are unhappy, it?s your own fault.?
Whether you are a newbie or a pro in your profession, having a mentor will definitely help you to propel your career trajectory. A mentor is someone who ?shows you the ropes ? and helps you in navigating the corporate maze without getting bruised or disheartened. Oprah Winfrey says, ? A mentor is someone who allows you to see the light inside yourself.?
Careers are fragile and small mistakes done repeatedly can chip away any edge that you have built painstakingly. Building a career is like running a marathon , where you need to be in the race for the longer haul and each step counts.
Freelancing in web designing is a dream for many professionals with an artistic bent, but this field isn?t just about the talent you have. Successful freelancing depends on your business savvy and ability to commit and deliver on time. Self-employment is a great thing, but many don?t choose it because […]
The idea of weaving stories through mass media has found a newborn interest in our new generation. People enjoy moving, taking risks and coming up with stories that matter. Media is perhaps the strongest industry in any country and good newsmakers are in high demand. However, a job as a […]
Last month, I went to Omaha for the annual?Berkshire Hathaway?shareholders meeting. It?s always a lot of fun, and not just because of the ping-pong matches and the newspaper-throwing contest I have with Warren Buffett. It?s also fun because I get to learn from Warren and gain insight into how he […]
The recession has forced thousands of professionals to forego salary increases in order to keep their jobs. Now with recovery underway and indications of hiring increases, those same individuals may find salary negotiation a growing possibility. If you?ve experienced a salary freeze, it?s possible that you may find yourself thinking […]
It is not simple to find a good job with high salary especially during the economic crisis. Strong competition in job market forces job seekers to do everything that’s in their power in order to find a good job. Only a few people know the best methods that give positive […]
Here are 9 of the biggest mistakes to avoid in your resume, not?correcting?them will instantly make your resume appear antiquated: The One-Page Rule Don?t spend countless hours trying to squeeze a decade or two of valuable experience onto a single sheet of paper. The worst thing you can do is […]
On July 1, 2012, I worked 30 years in HR. What did I learn? Most people have no clue what??people in HR actually do The photo?by the side of?this blog is made by Natascha Libbert, a Dutch?photographer. This photo hangs on the wall in our kitchen at home. When […]
?That?s one small step for a man, one giant leap for Mankind.? Neil Armstrong has finished his current inning on Earth for the time being; he is and will remain a legend for generations to come. How did the small boy from Wapakoneta, Ohio make it big in life? Neil […]
How much does the first hour of every day matter? As it turns out, a lot. It can be the hour you see everything clearly, get one real thing done, and focus on the human side of work rather than your task list. Remember when you used to have a […]
The ?2011 GMAC Application Trends Survey reports overall MBA applications are still on the decline, a trend that began in 2009. Over half of participating full time programs received fewer applications than the previous year. Such declines in full and part-time study are expected throughout a recession, but one interesting […]