Articles about Advice
5 ways to rock your career, according to Netflix’s ‘Girlboss’
"Know what your sh*t is worth.*
Starbucks barista rebels against making Unicorn Frappuccinos all day
We've all been in the eye of the storm at work, though it usually doesn't involve "blue fairy powder."
If you can’t code, you have no business managing engineers
If you manage engineers, you need to be able to code. If you can't, please remove the word “Technology” or “Technical” or even “Information” from your title.
Bad bosses usually think they’re awesome
The more highly paid a leader, the better the chances he thinks he's always right.
12 tips for your best resume ever
Here's how to create a resume that will stand out for every kind of job.
7 questions that make you more likeable
This small batch of questions can make networking fun
How to make $500,000 a year and have no savings
Even high earners can fall victim to bad money management.
I gave an elevator pitch in an elevator, and it worked—sort of
In a world filled with so much information, it's time to rethink the prepared networking speech.
Walk out of your interview in a blaze of glory
So, try this: Next time your interviewer asks, "So, do you have any questions for me?” I triple-dog-dare you to answer with one of the following responses.
Job interview preparation: What to do before, during, and after an interview
Knowing what is expected of you before, during, and after an interview will put you in the best position to prove you’re the best candidate for any job.