At certain key moments in your career, you need to display confidence in yourself and your abilities. Introverts might find that difficult. That’s why we’ve offered our advice to help introverts show confidence in in everything from networking to job interviews. But what happens when all of that is behind you. You landed the job! Now it’s time to face one of the most stressful situations of all… the first day.
You’ve worked hard all day long, done a lot, and almost reached your daily goals. Then you glance at the clock and realize only 10 minutes remain in the day. You begin to rush through tasks. As a result, mistakes are made and details forgotten.
Surely, there has got to be a better way to end your work day…
How many times have you set reasonable, realistic goals and couldn’t follow through? After all, goals are often set, but expectations aren’t always met.
Setting even realistic goals won’t do you much good if you don’t have a specific plan of attack…
Email replies are Courteous, Professional, and Absolutely Necessary There are four reasons why you should answer every work email when a reply is appropriate. You’d be amazed how much goodwill you can generate from a five-second response.
When you graduate from college, you enter a whole new world. It’s fun. You’re filkled with professional enthusiasm. The opportunities are practically limitless. Where will you head to? Whatever you want to be, you can become.
However, you’ll have to go through a real struggle before you get there…
The thought of launching side hustles or starting a small businesses sounds a little intimidating. So it’s easy to run for the hills when you start making a mental list of all of these considerations. But don’t fear, friends!
If you have dreams of side hustles, there are plenty of routes you can take that don’t require a full business plan upfront.