Do you remember how excited you were when you landed your first job, or your dream job? It may seem like a work of fiction now, a story about someone else, but those were probably among the most giddy and dream-filled days of your life.
Undeniably every employee wishes to drive endless opportunities in the professional world to make their career prosperous.
You aren’t satisfied with your life because you’re not getting everything you want out of it. You’ve figure out what you need to change to move you closer to the amazing life you want.
It’s obvious that salary prospects for different college degrees vary. The Economic Value of College Majors report by Georgetown University and Kiplinger’s list of low paying degrees shed light on how great the difference in salary really is.
Many people complain that they lack the energy to meet all the demands of their day. Human beings are not equipped by nature for the modern pace of living, so you must adapt, managing your input and output of energy carefully.
Picture this: you open your eyes as you wake up to a sunrise. Without a moment’s delay, you get out of bed and stretch.
Sleeping is usually an underestimated activity either because we are not aware of what goes on during sleep or due to such a tiring and stressful routine that we only want to lie down and fall asleep.
Let me let you into a secret… I am usually working in my pajamas! And yes, it is kinda weird and maybe that puts you off me but the truth is, I love the flexibility of my life!
On the subject of hope, civil rights hero Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. said, “We must accept finite disappointment, but never lose infinite hope.” This would suggest to me that life will surly deal us all plenty of opportunities to embraced the darkness of hopelessness, but we have to learn to dig deeper to lay hold of an expectation that we are always progressing.
In 1996 we were a world in transition. From Osama Bin Laden being expelled from Sudan, Mad Cow Disease outbreak in Britain and turbulent economic times in the US, our news was flooded with woes.
Have you ever had a boss you didn’t crib about? Or a boss you really really wanted to be like? Or a boss you did not abuse the moment he/she turned around?
If you have no confidence in self, you are twice defeated in the race of life. Marcus Garvey We will all face some very challenging time in our lives.
That feeling we get after every failure or unmet expectation is one of the worst feelings we women often experience.
As a high school student, one of my favorite Nollywood movies was ‘The Senator’. In the movie, Larry the lead actor knew right from high school that he wanted to be a senator.
Ever wondered what it takes to be a CEO of top companies or to have a successful start up. Answer to this might be quite complicated taking into consideration wide range of factors.
Do you get tingles when you stare into a drawing, or when you hear a type of repetitive sound? Are you burnt out from long days at work or essentially bored out of your mind watching the same fast paced and extremely jolting television commericals?
So, in April of 2014, I published my first post on my new blog begintobelieve.com- “a prayerful & practical guide to facing change and challenge.” And yes, over the last 12+ months, I made a whopping $11.65 selling my ebooks and guides…wtf!
Confidence is part of the human soul that affects us all. There are two primary aspects of life that can affect confidence: Number 1: Our own personal experiences.
The things that we do to help ourselves only have ongoing positive effects if we make them into habits.
“Do I friend my boss on Facebook or not?” – that is the question that many working people ask themselves today.