How Cancer has Changed My Life

I was told by my urologist that there is a 98% chance that I have cancer. Even writing that sentence makes me feel sick to my stomach. The shock shakes me from my inside out. I don’t know whether to go and cry or to be strong. I want to do both and I have tried both. The hardest part ...

How to Overcome a Lack of Confidence

Editor's note: This is a guest post from Tim Handorf of Best Colleges Online. Have you ever found yourself facing an unfamiliar situation that seems impossible to resolve? Have you ever felt as though your previous experiences and current skills haven't sufficiently prepared you for this newest task? I ask because I recently faced my toughest challenge yet, and I want ...

How to Find Career Fulfillment

Editor’s note: This is a guest post from Joe Wilner of Shake off the Grind. We all want that "job" where we jump out of bed for in the morning, and feel excited and energized about the day ahead of us. Though, the majority of people are not happy in their job. They have reached an impasse, feel stuck, and ...

Reposition Your New Career

Editor's Note: This is a guest post from Art Decker of New York self storage “When life hands you lemons, make lemonade.” This occurred to me during a recent move, but I was skeptical. I was moving from Chicago, where all my friends and family lived, where all my work contacts were located, to San Francisco. San Francisco is a ...

The Law of Attraction and Your Career

The Law of Attraction (LoA) gets a bad rep because of cheesy YouTube Videos and terrible books. They want to make the concept simple and enticing, but in doing so they lose much of the life changing impact that the practice can have. I didn’t believe until I started believing. Imagine that. 😉 We are who we think we are ...

What’s the Quickest Way to Irk a Co-Worker?

Editor's note: This is a guest post from Eileen Habelow and Randstad Nothing can disrupt a productive day at the office like inconsiderate colleagues.  It seems no matter how hard we try, they always find ways – mostly unintentional – to disrupt your workday “mojo.”  While there are extreme cases of workplace irritation (back-stabbing, taking credit for other’s work), it’s ...