When you lack genuine confidence, it’s hard to perform at your best in any situation. This is especially true in your professional life.
After all, without a healthy amount of career confidence, you may never reach the level of success you deserve…
How do this year’s graduates make the most of the time they have left in college? And maybe just after graduation? To help answer those questions, we asked one of our own to members of the Young Entrepreneur Council (YEC): What should a college senior be doing in May and June to successfully launch their post-graduation careers?
As we continue to expand the limits of technology, we seem to be eliminating more and more common jobs. In fact, many of the jobs we once counted on in high school and college (and as fill-in jobs in between career moves) are going away.
Are you selfish enough at work?
Studies show that people who are appropriately selfish tend to fare well at work. So we asked professionals how they put themselves first in their working lives.
My inner critic whispered, “I am unqualified for this job.” This was the thought that kept popping into my mind when I started in sales. I was like a laptop with a virus. And — if I’m being honest — my negative self-talk didn’t even speak that eloquently.
It was more like, “You’re going to suck at this.”
When it comes to finding and maintaining career motivation, what is the most important thing? To find an inspiration strategy that works best for you.
Today, we’re happy to present this infographic from Fundera, which lists 17 TED talks to help motivate and inspire you…