In an increasingly stressed-out world, the phrase “work-life balance” resonates with us all.
No matter how many hours we work each week, it always seems like there’s a little too much time spent in the office (or on the phone) and not enough time spent with family, friends, hobbies or leisure time…
In a startup gig, we have to wear many hats… and we must be good at many things. So we asked the members of the Young Entrepreneurial Council (YEC) for their input this question:
What is one the tech skill anyone interested in working for a startup should learn?
If you’re reading this, I want to congratulate you. Graduating college is a monumental life accomplishment that should make you proud. I hope your summer so far has been filled with cool drinks and sandy beaches, because this article is about to make your summer a bit more serious.
With the hustle and bustle involved with beginning your career, it is easy to forget the important things in life. We get wrapped up in resumes, interviews, internships, and networking.
We get so busy chasing opportunity after opportunity. Ultimately, we fail to take enough time to find just a little happiness.
The truth is that there is a lot of a new job that you won’t know. So of course you have to fake it until you make it… in terms of really understanding and knowing how to do the job.
At least that’s the normal thought process.
you’ve accepted the offer and FINALLY landed the new job. Congrats! Now the fun part begins: rolling up your sleeves and doing the actual work.
Here are five tips that will help you impress your boss and coworkers during your first week at a new job…