Know you want to work for yourself but aren’t sure where to start? This is the first post in a two part series on concrete steps you can take to make your entrepreneurial dreams a reality.
Imagine a world in which cleaning your e-mail inbox felt like the first day you got your hands on that new Super Mario Brothers game for your Nintendo.
You’ve probably heard of the Myers-Briggs Type Indicator even if you haven’t taken it yourself already.
The future of work is the work itself, not where and when the work takes place.
Since I work at home and collaborate on projects with individuals all over the world, I participate in at least two conference calls a week. It has become such a routine that I don’t even think about it. But maybe …
We all make mistakes. Having worked in the communications department at a Fortune 500 organization, I’ve unfortunately had some experience in this arena, and I always
Even if you don’t have the word “sales” in your title, don’t be fooled into thinking this post isn’t for you. Everyone who works in business is
Ann Marie Bland of Boston, a video game marketing executive, was recently faced with two attractive job offers. Both companies were start-ups in which she felt she could
Team leaders, heed this warning: good upfront communication is critically important to successfully integrating a new employee into your team.
Human beings have a variety of personality types and different work styles, which makes it impossible to get along with all of our team members all of the time.