For a while I always found myself to just go with the flow and get things done as I went about my day. It wasn’t until recently that I moved on and started creating a daily schedule for myself. I still keep a small binder of reminders what I need to do and when I […]
There are conferences and summits for nearly every profession and interest now, which is great! Some conferences are generic networking events, some are for learning, and some are industry specific to sharpen your skills. To ensure that you get the most out of the conference you’re attending, follow these tips!
The infamous work-life dilemma. I often wonder how full-time working moms and dads manage their time so effectively, when I have a hard time managing working full time with a husband and a dog, but no kids. Think about it – the typical full-time employee works 40 hours per week. But really, add in a […]
The typical workday can be highly stressful, especially if you’re sitting at your desk 8 hours a day. It’s easy to procrastinate or lose focus without keeping your mind refreshed and alert. Here are a few ideas that can help you reset your mind during the work day.
Attitudes are contagious. Now ask yourself, is yours worth catching? This past weekend I had an eye-opening experience that reinforced the importance of keeping a positive attitude in tough or challenging situations. So, what attitudes are you displaying at work? Is it one that reinforces positivity and optimism? Read below to learn 6 ways to […]
Starting in July 2018, Massachusetts new pay equity law will not allow employers to ask job candidates about salary history. In the meantime in Massachusetts, or for the other 49 states, how can you, the job seeker, answer the salary question?