She was presenting an oral book report on "Great Expectations" to Mrs. Weaver's tenth grade English class. She was nervous and could feel her hands shaking, heart racing, knees knocking, and palms sweating.
The design defaults in Word aren't doing you any favors. Here's how to craft a resume that truly stands out. Gone are the days of Clippy and being offered some help with our resume. The design defaults
While many large companies use automated résumé screener software to cut down the initial pool of job applicants, loading your résumé with meaningless buzzwords is not the smartest way to get noticed.
Twenty outfits selected to boost your career. We're a long way from the Don Draper era, when men were expected to wear the same gray suit everyday to the office, day in, day out. With most offices today
Zuckerberg's book club, A Year of Books, has focused on big ideas that influence society and business. For his 12th pick, he's gone with "Sapiens: A Brief History of Humankind" by Hebrew University of
Most people's biggest job-hunting fear is being put on the spot by oddball interview questions such as these (which are real): "Describe the color yellow to someone who's blind." - Spirit Airlines "If
Starting a new job can be daunting. Keep these 10 tips in mind to make the most of those important first few weeks. You recently accepted a new job offer, and you can’t wait to start. After a necessary
You know the feeling: You’re about to give a big presentation (maybe it’s not even that big), and your nerves set in. You feel pressure in your chest. Your breathing gets shallow. Your blood pressure And
And why it failed. This weekend is the anniversary of the release of the Apple IIc, the company's fourth personal computer iteration and its first attempt at creating a portable computer. In 1981, Apple's
Whatever your definition of success (each person's definition of "success" is and should be different), one thing is true for everyone: Success means getting things done. Highly successful people are to
One of the recent waves of insight moving across neuroscience research tells us that our brains, for all their wonder, frequently get in their own way. What seems increasingly evident is that we don’t
Every man should be able to perform 5 reps of the pullup. Here’s how to get there The pullup is one of the best training movements you can do. It’s unparalleled for building grip, upper-body, and core
What's less known, though, is that Steve Jobs was a pioneer in what was once a rather esoteric "mind technology" — the use of Zen mindfulness meditation to reduce his stress, gain more clarity, and enhance
This story originally appeared on Business Insider Arguments aren't logical. To win them, you have to understand people. We've scoured the research and compiled the following science-backed tactics that
Your baggy suit is making you uncomfortable, and your too-tight suit is making us uncomfortable. Here's how to find the middle ground. 1. Shoulders The seam of your shoulder should end where your shoulder
Felines aren't keen on human music, so scientists created special songs for them. Have you ever tried grooving with your cat to some song, only to have your feline friend shake you off? Perhaps your pet
A time-lapse video focuses on a room filled with cats, all of whom are determined to sleep in a narrow sunbeam as it moves across the floor. Saturday is commonly known on the internet as “Caturday” to
The world was obsessed with pictures of kitties long before LOLCats took over the Internet. That human-feline love transcends time and culture is clear in an upcoming exhibit at the Japan Society, Life
Dogs may be man’s best friend, but Ingo the shepherd dog’s special buddy is Poldi, a little owl who loves to pose for pictures and cozy up to his canine pal. Germany-based animal photographer and collage
So does the right age difference. But if you want to have a long-lasting, intimate partnership, you and your boo need to be able to "repair" after conflicts that inevitably come up. "In every good relationship,"
People who sulk or expect their partner to mind read their mind end up even unhappier in their relationship It is a tactic every couple knows but new research has found that people who give their loved-one