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Amazon buys your company

Amazon bought Whole Foods on Friday, which means that pretty much any company could be next?

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Today marks the highlight of my life

You have it within you to have the highlight of your life in the decade ahead. Will you start, today, on achieving it, on jumping from the mountaintop?

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Are you surprised by who predicted the future? You will…

We are living in the age of miracles and wonder. And this Memorial Day weekend, let us be thankful for the everyday magic we have in our lives.

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Three clever ploys for dealing with dumb job interview questions

We’ve written about “The 12 Habits of Genuine People” at Ladders News, but what happens when your interviewer isn’t genuine?

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I just want to say how much I appreciate the work you’re doing

Sharing your gratitude for the people around you is a great way to help yourself, your career, your community, and your state of mind.

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I just want to say how much I appreciate the work you’re doing

Sharing your gratitude for the people around you is a great way to help yourself, your career, your community, and your state of mind.

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Can you name 10 companies you’d work for?

There was a time when you could count on your employer to take care of you for the long haul.

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What’s your secret list of companies you’d love to work for?

There was a time when you could count on your employer to take care of you for the long haul. You’d graduate college, join a large corporation, stay there for forty years and retire clutching a gold watch. The company laid out your career path, your pension, and your progression through assignments.

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Did you deserve that raise?

Most of the advice out there on how to get a raise is focused on the wrong end of the process.

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Did you deserve that raise? Here’s how to get it

There’s nothing that is ever going to earn you a raise better than out-performing. If you don't perform, you won't get that bump.