5 Tips to Turn Your Love of Reading Into a Career

How to make a career out of loving to read.

How to Plan Your Career

Are you a Plotter, a Pantser, or somewhere in between? Your career plan needs to fit you.

Rejection and the Job Search

Learning to handle rejection is one of most important skills you can develop in your job search.

Anxiety at Work

Do you feel like you have two people living inside your head? One is logical and calm and the other is dramatic and noisy? You might just be dealing with anxiety.

Emotions at Work

How do you react when presented with a new idea or change in your workplace? Could you be addicted to your emotions?

Reclaim Your Purpose at Work Now

Reclaiming your purpose is at once simple and complex. How or why did it disappear? What changed in your life or your job? And what can you do to get it back?

Your Career and the Tyranny of the Shoulds

The word "should" creates two selves: an ideal self and a real self. Here’s how to escape the tyranny.

Changing Careers? Do This First

Career transitioners often make one key mistake: they do not put themselves in the new role before they interview for the position.

How Writing Can Save Your Career

If traditional solutions to workplace stress aren't working anymore, try writing. You may be surprised at what you learn about yourself and your work.

Find Money and Meaning By Balancing Practicality and Passion

When people feel trapped in a job it’s often a function of a fixed mindset which assumes that everything is static and can’t be changed.

Selling Your College Major to an Employer

Your college degree and major will be with you (and on your resume!) for the rest of your life. Why not use it as a selling point in your next interview?

Teach Your Brain to Like the Job Search

If we can help our brains tap into our natural curiosity and desire to learn, we can find ways to quiet the lizard.

Why Your Brain Hates the Job Search

The job search process is fraught with psychological landmines— fears of rejection, bouts of procrastination, self-esteem challenges, and attacks of perfectionism.

Changing Your Career Can Start With a Tiny Habit

Stuck in your job search? Instead of setting a large goal, select one tiny habit you can complete in 30 seconds or less. You'll be amazed at the results.

Spring Break Job Search Retreat

You can enjoy your spring break while making a lot of progress in your job search.

Career Thriving for Gifted Adults: Moving Forward

Finding meaning, job crafting, and building strong relationships can greatly improve your career satisfaction.

How to Win the Lottery Even If You Lose

Losing the lottery might be the best thing that's ever happened to you.

Gifted Career Thriving: Personality Traits

What if your already identified gifts of outstanding intelligence and/or creativity could be combined with powerful and positive personality traits that would allow you to soar?

Careers and Giftedness: Where Will You Thrive?

Managing your career is as important as choosing the right career. And thriving in your career begins with honest self-analysis.

How Does Your Giftedness Affect Your Career?

With today’s emphasis on creativity, innovation, and entrepreneurship in the workplace shouldn’t being gifted be an advantage? The simple answer is “yes”-- but it’s not that simple.

Career Development for the Gifted

The broad range of talents and interests found in gifted individuals makes the career decision-making process complex.

Building Global Leadership Knowledge and Skills

The increasingly global marketplace demands that our business leaders (and future business leaders currently in college) become culturally savvy and develop strong intercultural communication skills.

10 Ways to Calm Your Interview Anxiety

It's normal to feel stressed or anxious before an important job interview. Your anxiety can motivate you but can also distract you, so here are 10 quick tips to tame it.

Is Writing a Hit TV Series In Your Future?

Is writing for television one of your career dreams? If you’re ready to transform your ideas into reality, here’s a book that can help you every step of the way.

Job Seeking? Take Advantage of University Websites

College and university career center websites provide hidden gems for job seekers.

Research Your Career Online Using Government Websites

Google is a terrific search engine, but if that's your only method for finding career information and job opportunities online, you are missing a lot.

How to Target and Find the Best Employers for You

Frustrated with your haphazard job search? The "2-hour Job Search" provides a logical system for job seekers and career changers. Developed by Steve Dalton, MBA, this system will help you organize an efficient and effective employer connection method.

Ten Questions for Meaningful Career Development

Whether seeking a career or an artistic pursuit, we are all hoping to find meaning in what we do. And Dr. Eric Maisel has 10 questions to help you explore.

The Worst Critic in Your Job Search, Part 2

Your inner critic can have a devastating effect on your job search. Finding your true self that is wise and strong is the key to eliminating the critic's power.

The Worst Critic in Your Job Search, Part 1

Who’s your worst critic in the job search? Hint: Check your mirror. Now see if you can find your inner champion.

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