Break The Psychological Barriers Holding Back Your Career

We tend to find reasons to blame others when our careers are not moving forward. Most of the time we don’t look critically at ourselves. It could be attributed to a bad boss, back-stabbing coworkers, bad luck or some sort of discrimination and prejudice. These things,...

How To Succeed With The Millionaire-Mindset

On New Year’s Day, many people will be sleeping late, some hungover, others just enjoying their leisurely time off from work. After a few days they’ll dread receiving their credit card bills, as there will ultimately be a reckoning of the large sums of money spent on...

7 Steps To Reinvent Yourself In 2020

The holiday season and New Year is a time for reflection and introspection. In addition to celebrating with family and friends, we tend to start thinking about the direction of our lives and careers. Heading into a new decade can be a sobering event. It makes you...

What You Must Do Before You Leave For Another Job

At this time of year, some people will receive a job offer, which will make a very nice holiday present. They’ll start their new role after the holidays are over or at the beginning of the New Year. Many people commence their job search in early January as part of...

How To Ace Your Annual Review

The holidays are great, but there’s one last bit of stress remaining—the annual review. While it’s a relatively strong job market, there are plenty of things that companies are concerned about. Corporate executives are worried about the ramifications of tariffs...

Wall Street Bonuses Are Anticipated To Fall Again

The stock market has done well, employment is high and the economy looks strong. Despite the positives, Wall Street executives are worried. Banks are hurting due to low interest rates, which eat into their profits. Weaker loan demand, lackluster trading, declines in...

How To Get A Great New Job In 2020

Let’s dispense all formalities. You want a new job because the one you currently have is going nowhere fast and doesn’t pay nearly what you’re worth. Your boss is an overbearing micromanager, senior management is clueless, job cuts are looming and you are sick and...

How To Tell If You Work For A Sociopath Or Psychopath

You won’t find the terms “psychopath” or “sociopath” in the Diagnostic and Statistical Manual of Mental Disorders since they use the more politically correct, clinical term—antisocial personality disorder. We don’t need a textbook description anyway, as we all...

The Real Reasons Why Job Seekers Are Not Given Feedback

By Jack Kelly, Forbes Senior Contributor A common complaint and cause of frustration and irritation for interviewees is the absence of feedback after their interviews. It wasn’t always like this. In the past, it was standard protocol to provide feedback and...