The importance of being enthusiastic
Enthusiasm, the “irresistible surge of will and energy to execute your ideas.”
“Being enthusiastic is worth 25 IQ points,” says..
Maintain a career brag-book
Your future promotion would like to thank you now. If you’re a junior career professional, whether you’re in academia or industry, keep a brag book, a work portfolio of sorts, one that showcases your tangible and intangible impact at work, as well as others’ appreciation of you. A brag-book sets you apart. A brag-book is […]
20 ways to build your reputation
Build your reputation, build your career.
Your professional reputation dictates your career trajectory.
How to give a great presentation in the Jurassic Park style
You’re asked to give a research talk, but you’re stuck for inspiration when putting together your slides. Your want your talk to engage, entertain, and inspire.
How to spot a leader in the making
Look for those who change the dynamic in t..
Why every student needs to be on LinkedIn
LinkedIn is the way that employers scout potential future employees, and it’s where employees can scout potential future bosses. It’s where a university’s alumni network lives. It’s where you can find future investors for your startup ideas. It’s where you can ask someone for introductions to career sponsors or mentors. It’s a giant global social resume database.
The power of “yet”
I haven’t done my best work …. yet.
The urgency of starting. Stop thinking. Start starting.
I have been impressed with the urgency of doin..
What doesn’t kill you makes you stronger
Hercules went in search of the things that would be painful,
Who carries your paper into the room where decisions get made?
Who carries your paper into the room? Today, I listened to a remarkable TED talk from Carla Harris on How to find the person who can help you get ahead at work. There’s no question that you want to have a mentor for your professional life. A mentor tells you the good, the bad, the […]