So an email delivering the above popped into my inbox last week and it made me snort with laughter initially.
I was successful once. Like, properly successful with a real salary, company car and a wardrobe full of suits. 527 more words
Interestingly, the part of the brain most responsible for making buying decisions isn’t the part that thinks logically. We make the majority of our decisions using what is commonly referred to as the “reptilian brain.” This part of the brain is programmed for survival. 375 more words
Wall Street Journal — Mrs. Clinton only wishes she had no accomplishments.
It’s a standard rap against Hillary Clinton, but is it fair? “Supporters said she knows how to get stuff done but can’t name anything she’s actually, you know, done,” writes columnist Jonah Goldberg. 66 more words
One of the most frequently used interview questions is the standard, “tell me about yourself.” It can take other forms such as “walk me through your resume” or “what do I need to know about you?” but the interviewer is handing you an opportunity to tell your story. 304 more words