Treat the intern the same way you do the CEO.
If you’re anything like me, you know how intimidating it can be to go into a room of experts and tell them why you’re better than anyone else they’ll speak with. Here are 10 tips that can help you be prepared for that interview!
Acquire career capital. And leverage it. This is how you get autonomy in the workplace.
Willing to work for free to prove yourself is a great little distinction. But it’s worthless by itself.
Whenever I follow this rule, my life gets exponentially better very quickly.
Wherever you are, don’t panic. Here are a few things to do as you search for a new position (you will find one eventually, so try to stay calm).
And I screw up a lot. If you do a lot of things, you screw up a lot of things. You have to give yourself permission to totally humiliate yourself repeatedly. If you can do that, then happiness results.
More than just a job, the ISFP searches for more of an overall calling.
Co-workers can make or break a job. Great co-workers can make you smile every day, while annoying co-workers can make you want to quit your job.
Every story is different. What worked for one person may not work for another, and there’s no big, groundbreaking secret to obtaining career clarity and success.