Conventional wisdom tells us that the sooner you start saving for retirement, the sooner you can retire. Unfortunately, that's sometimes easier said than done. After all, life has a habit having constantly
Imagine it's zero hour and the administrative assistant calls you in for the job interview. It took you a long time to land this interview and you don't want to go home without the job. The process of
As the leader of a high-growth company, you should be spending at least 50 percent of your time on people-related functions like recruiting and hiring; more importantly, it should be spent wisely.That
With a 97 percent employee approval rating on Glassdoor, LinkedIn's Jeff Weiner has developed a reputation as one of the most beloved CEOs in the world. Weiner recently shared his advice on what it takes
IQ, aka your intelligence quotient, is synonymous with intelligence. Defined in part by the Webster Dictionary as: the proficiency in or knowledge of a specified subject. Now, while knowing someone's can
Most people don’t like their resumes. I don’t blame them! Most resumes are weak. They are boring, and they all sound alike. Most resumes are lame because they are written in an awful language that’s only
However, the truth is that recruiters and hiring managers have favorite questions they love to ask candidates. There are a handful of questions that are in their arsenals and come out every time they on
Organizations looking for an edge in hiring high performers with emotional intelligence should take note of a recent report called "Emotional Intelligence at Work," published by OfficeTeam, a leading company.
Hiring managers spend countless, wasted hours, asking the wrong interview questions to determine the right job or culture fit in a candidate; many of them end up as mis-hires that hurt the bottom line.
Dear Liz, I’m job-hunting and I’m getting very frustrated. I can get job interviews without much trouble. When I had three interviews lined up in a two-week period last month I thought “I won’t be unemployed
In 1995, I was approached by two classmates in college. They, apparently, had started a company, and were considering offering me a job as the lead developer. No doubt, I was fascinated. But then, one
The short- and long-term benefits of exercise are absurdly well-documented. Exercise lowers your cholesterol, boosts your mood, decreases your stress, and increases your flexibility (plus about a zillion
I retired at 52 with a $3 million net worth — here are 10 things that surprised me about early retirement
Please welcome today, a good blogging bud of mine, ESI from ESIMoney.com. He recently retired at 52 and gained a whole new appreciation for what life has to offer. And spoiler alert: it doesn't involve
Interviewing well is a vital component of a successful career and an art that few master. Most people get nervous when they have to face a panel of experts--higher powers--who decide whether you have it
LinkedIn is a great tool for job seekers -- but to be successful, you've got to make yourself stand out from the crowd. Here's how. Have you looked at your LinkedIn profile lately? Chances are you’re of
Take a minute and think of the best business leaders of all time. Now survey your list. No matter who made your personal pantheon, whether it was Henry Ford, Steve Jobs, Indra Nooyi or Richard Branson,
What catches their eye–or pass you by? You might be surprised. When you’re looking for a job, your LinkedIn profile is a 24/7 information resource for the recruiters who are looking for talent. In fact,
Many people think a conservative, disciplined approach to retirement will help you reach your financial goals. They’re wrong. If you invest too conservatively, you’ll never retire. At the same time, if
In these crazy times, there's nothing we seek more than a bit of soothing wisdom in our lives. Words that inspire us to success--while still brimming with sage advice--are the best cure for any difficulties
Your hopes were high, and now they've been dashed. You received a curt, "Thanks, but no thanks" for an opportunity you were really excited about. There's no way around it -- rejection is tough for all
A global leadership study revealed that 85 percent of companies report an urgent need to develop employees with leadership potential. Let me echo that massive study: We are in an era with an alarming shortage.