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Saying ‘I’m sorry’ is the best career move you can make

People respect people who admit their mistake and hustle to do better next time.
Do you know how to apologize? That is a funny question, isn’t it? 80 more words

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Saying ‘I’m sorry’ is the best career move you can make

Why do some people stay disconnected from their co-workers while others always seem to make deep connections? In this excerpt from 5 Gears: How to Be Present and Productive When There Is Never Enough Time… 751 more words


Who is that One Person That Inspires You To Keep Moving Forward?

Firstly, allow me to introduce you a little background of myself. I’m Diana Jo, currently studying at UNSW and having a social background of a business-oriented family. 506 more words

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I Wish I Knew Then: 6 Power Women Share Most Valuable Career Advice

What if you had the opportunity to ask today’s most successful leaders to identify the single most important lesson they’ve learned on a given topic? And what if those same leaders were willing to drill down on their personal experiences and share key insights in an honest and relevant way? 658 more words

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Disrupt Yourself: Putting the Power of Disruptive Innovation to Work - book review

“Disrupting yourself is critical to avoiding stagnation, being overtaken by younger, smarter, faster workers, and fast-tracking your personal and career growth.” That quote from the new book by Whitney Johnson, Disrupt Yourself, is the first of many reasons why this book was a good choice for me and will be a good choice for you. 56 more words


From Liberal Arts to Technology - Transitioning to Tech

This week has been eventful in both the career sector I used to work in and the field I have been watching with fascination. This week in Kansas was the joint… 1,102 more words