Entrepreneurs: Looking to Hire? Avoid These 3 Hiring Mistakes


New entrepreneurs typically take on all business roles themselves during their first year of operations, by necessity not choice, according to new research published by SCORE, mentors to America’s small businesses. Still, the report shows that over half (54%) of startups are looking to hire in their first year of operations. If you’re considering hiring […]

Why You Want a Low Bus Coefficient


The fastest way to get a promotion is to have a Low Bus Coefficient. Of course, there are other less seemly and perhaps unethical ways to get promotions. But, for most people in the modern work world the fastest way to get promotions is to share what you know. “The intuitive mind is a sacred […]

The Planning Workshop: How To Create Your Annual Plan


Since 2010, I’ve helped thousands of overwhelmed working moms plan out how to find their perfect career so that they can be happier, have more time with their family and provide for their family. As the CEO of one of Forbes 35 most influential career sites, Classy Career Girl, and founder of the PLAN course, […]

How Being Stressed At Work Can Affect Your Health


This year don’t get stressed at work! That’s quite a goal to live up to, and it obviously isn’t something you can guarantee you can stop happening, but if you’ve found yourself in a semi-serious New Year, New Me mode coming into 2020, you’ll be looking for ways to eliminate stress and have a better […]

Challenging Resources For Your Students That Will Aid Career Development


Overview and Features of Elementary/ Middle School Career Development Models Counselors and teachers know that the elementary/ middle school development is important. Schooling is a time of transition, a threshold to the student’s future, and a bridge into the student’s destiny. In elementary/ middle school, career development is a time to build career awareness, not […]