Articles about Advice
How to maintain a balance when you work with your family
It seemed that for a long time, our dining room table doubled as our at-home boardroom. For me, this lifestyle wasn’t sustainable so I made some changes.
This is how to find joy: 4 simple secrets to the good life
Four things we can learn about happiness from our elders.
If you use one of these photos on LinkedIn, employers won’t take you seriously
There are a whole lot of ways your profile photo on LinkedIn can go wrong. Here's what not to do when it comes to selecting your image.
7 productivity hacks for when you don’t sleep a wink
There’s nothing more taxing — or overwhelming — than attempting to get through your workday when you’re exhausted. Before your boss catches you napping in your cubicle, read these tips on how to maintain steam at the office, no sleep required.
Arianna Huffington on sleep, burnout culture and a new FOMO
For National Sleep Day, we spoke to Arianna Huffington what companies can do to help their employees' sleep habits, and her company Thrive's new app.
Caution! Don’t do any of these 4 things after a job interview
It's normal to feel a rollercoaster of emotions after a job interview, but there are certain things you just shouldn't do.
Here’s how to leave work on time — every time
It may seem impossible to take back control of your workday, but there are research-backed tips on how to leave work on time in a professional manner. Here's how.
10 female executives on how you can empower younger employees
As a woman, to not only rise to a leadership position but to exceed in influencing younger generations of trailblazers, it’s important to approach the workplace and your career through the lens of female powerhouses who have already carved their own paths.
6 essential tips for keeping track of time while you travel
When traveling for work, you may be off your regular clock, but there is still a clock. Here's how to pay attention to it when you travel.
All strength comes from repetition
The biggest mistake you can make is to ignore the basics in your profession. This is true no matter what you do, where you live, or who you are. When you ignore the foundation of what makes you good, you will never be consistent. The key to consistency? Repetition.
8 signs you’re killing it even if the boss isn’t telling you
Don’t worry. You’re not a failure. You haven’t lost your touch. If you’re looking for a sign that you're killing it, even if your boss isn't telling you, here are eight of them.
8 tips for when you fear age bias in the workplace
Organizations send older people they have stereotyped subliminal messages of disapproval that lower their confidence and depletes their self-esteem, creating doubt in their worth. Don't let age bias become a self-fulfilling prophecy.
5 ways you can come off untrustworthy in less than 10 seconds
Knowing whom to trust is an important social and business skill. It takes only seven seconds to assess someone's confidence, competence, status, likeability, warmth, and trustworthiness. Here's how to come across well, and quickly.
8 ways to become a more approachable leader
If you want to ensure that your reputation for openness precedes you, here are some tips to improve your approachability.
5 ways to help you work from home multiple days in a row
When you're not used to it, trying to work from home can be difficult. Here's how to adapt to remote work quickly without getting burnt out.
Failure, empty advice and mentorship: We’re looking at it all wrong
No one gets it right the first time. But when the approach doesn’t work, it’s too harsh to call the outcome a “failure.” It was an honest attempt, and with each try, you move closer to the winning formula.
When to be a lone wolf or choose to work with the herd
We’ve all heard the career tropes about there being no “I” in team and similar. So how do you know when to stick with the rest or when it’s best to strike out on your own?
How this senior tech exec stopped manning up and just started leading
She had to give herself permission to be her authentic self in her role.
Why acting like a lion will help you win at work — and why no one should want to be a goat
Many people have compared the corporate world to a Jungle. It can be scary at times. But the rewards of being the lion are worth it.
How smart people handle difficult people
Difficult people defy logic.
3 traits that explain why some managers are ineffective
These are some of the top bad manager traits.
This is what the best teams and families do: 3 rituals from research
What makes a team effective?
I failed my training exams. Is there any hope for my future now?
This is going to be a game-changer in your career.
How to focus at work when your mind is somewhere else
Ever find yourself in a situation where you get to work after a crazy morning, and just can't seem to snap out of your brain fog? Here are a few tips on how to focus when your mind is somewhere else.
How to speak up and advocate for your accomplishments at work
Being an introvert in the office can be hard. They have a lot to offer at work, but sometimes have a difficult time speaking up to show it. Here's how to advocate for your accomplishments and skills when you're not the most outgoing employee in the office.