Sometimes you have to go against the flow in order to achieve your career goals. When Magdalena Yesil was a 21-year-old product design engineer at Advanced Micro Devices (AMD), she was invited to a national
It’s your job to ask for things. Here’s how to be more comfortable with getting what you want. Find it hard to advocate for yourself? You’re not alone. The personality trait that psychologists call “agreeableness”
In 2014, researchers found scientific evidence of a phenomenon many of us had already experienced: Professional networking can make us feel dirty. But the more powerful you are, the less dirty you feel.
“Iceberg beliefs”–self-limiting, below-the-surface doubts–could be major obstacles to your success. Here’s how to overcome them. Sometimes the biggest thing holding you back from greater success is something
Trusting your gut is age-old advice for a reason: Your instincts are usually right. Take these steps to stop second-guessing yourself. It’s one of the most commonly doled out nuggets of professional advice:
If you read what Peter Drucker had to say about competition back in the late ’50s and early ‘60s, he really only talked about one thing: competition on price. He was hardly alone — that was evidently most
Rooting… a world not every user dares venture into. We wouldn’t blame you if you are wary of doing this. It’s intimidating when manufacturers keep telling you tinkering with a phone can void your warranty