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BY: SRINIVAS RAO An uncomfortable, but powerful, truth that took most of my twenties to internalize is this: There’s an opportunity cost to everything worthwhile in life. No matter what you’re trying to accomplish, you’ll have to give up something in order to make it happen. In building my career as an author, speaker, and host of the Unmistakable Creative podcast, I’ve had to give up many things along the way. Here are the three big ones: 1. Other People’s Definition of Success When I was in college, there was an unanimously agreed upon definition
BY: ALYSE KALISH Your manager can be a mysterious person—one day they’re hot, the next they’re cold (cue Katy Perry). And chances are you’re desperate to do whatever it takes to make them like you more. I have the solution for you! Actually, I lied–I have five! Every boss wants you to do these five things without having to ask—and if you do them regularly, you’re sure to crack their secret code and build a stronger relationship. (Hint: The stronger your relationship, the more likely it is they’ll help you get promotions and
If you have recently received a loan application rejection letter, don’t give up. You are not the first and not the last to do so. Rejection is not a sign that you start up is done. You can still run your dream business. Alternate sources of funding are out there; you must do your best to find something that will be successful for your business. Here are 4 ways to finance your start up without a loan. Crowdfunding platforms Crowdfunding is a new means of gaining money for a start-up. It has been criticised but also has been wildly successful. Som
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BY: TRACEY C. JONES Millennials, you are so eager to become leaders, and we’re excited for you to get there. You were hired to solve problems and pose solutions. If you do not meet those objectives, you are actually costing your employer time and money. In order to thrive, you have to be a conscientious contributor to something greater than yourself. Every task, no matter how menial it is, will bring you closer to professional maturity. If you’d like to one day reach your leadership goals, here are a few things your employer needs you to know first: 1. Follow
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BY: MATTHEW KOSINSKI According to the U.S. government, 40 percent of workers now hold contingent jobs, and some experts predict we’ll soon see an even 50-50 split between traditionally employed workers and those who have joined the gig economy. Why are so many of today’s workers flocking to gig employment? There are a variety of factors at work, but the core of the matter is that the growth of the gig economy is “a manifestation of how the way work gets done is changing,” according to Rob Brimm, president of SAP Fieldglass. Some gig work
Photo of person asking question courtesy of Jakob Helbig/Getty Images. by SARA MCCORD This isn’t your first job search. So, you already know that it’s essential to ask questions along the way. Quite obviously, they help you clear up any confusion and learn additional information. But that’s not all: The right questions can also help you make a good impression. That’s because most job seekers have blinders on. Their sole focus is landing the job, and so they only ask questions toward that end. But, if you take the time to pose those that are tho
BY: Tony Restell In the last few months, I’ve noticed some recurring themes in the calls I’ve had with recruitment business owners. Most of these business owners are only now opening their eyes to the power of social media as a business tool. They’re realizing that instead of investing in their social media presences in truly scalable ways, they’ve only been dabbling. Perhaps most important of all, these recruitment business owners have also begun to appreciate how realistic it is for their small, niche agencies to punch way above their weight
BY: MICHAEL HELLER Home You’ve heard the news – annual performance reviews are no more! Or, at the very least, they need to be reimagined, considering that 30 percent of them actually damage employee performance instead of improving it. Many companies, seeing that performance reviews aren’t actually working the way we hoped, are now turning toward ongoing feedback, regular check-ins, and other real-time performance management techniques. As a manager, this should make you happy. No more cramming all your feedback into th