It may not seem like an upside but you may find some comfort in carefully reviewing what you can and can not deduct from your taxes as a result of your job search.
I recently attended a local TEDx (Technology, Entertainment, Design) event. TED‘s focus is stimulating thinking and innovation by bringing together speakers and an audience from as many divergent fields as possible.
Ask yourself the following questions:
What do I hate?
What do I love?
What do I never want to do again?
Once upon a job, I had a great boss. She was the first female boss I’d ever had and she taught me a great deal about being a good manager.
You might wonder what Lucille Ball, Michael Jordan, Ulysses S. Grant and the Beatles have in common. They were all thought to be failures.
I hear it over and over, “Twitter is stupid.” When some people find out I teach social media they tell me how dumb twitter is.
This weekend I had the privilege of teaching Social Media for Job Hunters in New York City. As always, my students inspired me.
“Show me a company that’s been in business for 50 years and I’ll show you a company on its way out of business,”