Every writer out there, from novelists to professional bloggers has heard this advice: Write what you know. But what if what you know isn't what's in demand?
I’m on a business trip right now. As I’ve prepared for this trip, and as I’ve got under way, I’ve been thinking about how to make the most of it.
Recently, I came across a short rant against crowdfunding that referred to me as a “content whore.” My first reaction? I smiled and thought, “companion, dammit!”
One of the realities of the job market is the salary negotiation. You want to earn what you’re worth, but what if the employer decides to offer you a little less than you asked for? It’s a tricky sit
Stats Canada did their yearly University tuition fees, 2013/2014 report last week, and as usual I read it intently, because that is the life I am living in right now.
In the case of bonuses, says the MarketWatch article, many managers just don’t want to deal with the discomfort and effort that comes with a negative performance review. Rather than try to justify no
Before you quit your job, make sure that you are ready to do it right. Executive coach Kathi Elster is the author of Working With You is Killing Me, and she has 7 tips that can help you quit your job
While there are certainly positive aspects of being your own boss, you also have to deal with other issues – deadbeat clients who refuse to pay.
Even though you might obtain useful knowledge and skills that can help you in your career, the reality is that there are some very practical things that you probably won’t learn in school. Here are 5
As college costs continue to spiral out of control, innovative programs such as the Kalamazoo Promise are helping parents send their kids to school for free.