When you find yourself wandering in the desert of unemployment, even a sniff of interest from ANY source can send your heart into joyful palpitations. The only thing that kills self-confidence deader than rejection is being unable to land an interview in the first place.
The bad news is that working for some companies might be worse than no job at all. You need to develop the skill of noticing the invisible red flags waving proudly throughout the “vetting” process. Whether it’s in the text of a job ad or in the midst of an interview, here’s how to save yourself a boatload of woe. Continue reading
By MJ Plaster
“Money is just a scorecard.” That’s what people of vast wealth say. Far more view it as a means to buy day-to-day necessities while juggling meager amounts just to keep their heads above water. Your beliefs about money could be limiting your supply. Follow along as we look at 10 flashing red signs that you’re underpaid and explore ways to remedy the situation.
There are a lot of myths and misconceptions about credit cards. Believing these myths can cause you to waste a lot of money. That is why it is important to separate the myths from the facts.
Myth: I do not Need a Credit Card
Fact: Many people believe that they do not need a credit card. They think that it is best to use a bank debit card, cash or prepaid card. You do not necessarily need a credit card, but there are a number of benefits that you can reap from having one. If you use your credit card responsibly, then you can increase your credit score. You can also get rewards when you use your credit card. Continue reading
By MJ Plaster
Cue the ambulance sirens: Your health could be in peril if you dread Monday mornings. Heart attacks occur on Mondays more than any other day of the week. According to Dr. Stephen Sinatra, they most often strike between the hours of 5 a.m. and 10 a.m. While correlation doesn’t necessarily equate to causation, a huge leap isn’t required to make the connection between the start of a new workweek and the higher incidence of heart attacks.
We all need to buy expensive things at one point in our lives. It could be something really expensive like a new house or a new car, or it could be a big ticket item like a complete home entertainment system. If you find it too difficult to save for something big, simply follow our suggestions below. These tips will definitely help you make that purchase in no time at all.
By: Dayana Enriquez
Fellow Millennials, this is a sneak peek into your future and a plan to change your destiny. It’s also a glimpse into our generation’s world for those who have forgotten what they once faced as 20- and 30-somethings. At least once during their lifetime, most adults encounter what they feel is a losing battle with managing finances wisely. If you fall into the “it’ll never happen to me” category, I commend you for your optimism. All others can keep reading.
Over the last few decades, sociologists and behavioral psychologists have been conducting research into business success. Some of the most controversial research has been centered on the arguments framed by Malcolm Gladwell, a respected author whose thought-provoking book Outliers: The Story of Success suggests that luck has a lot to do with business success.
Unfortunately, Gladwell’s observation and research have been widely misunderstood. Gladwell chooses subjects who have experienced monumental success, people such as Bill Gates and Paul Allen, founders of Microsoft. It so happens that these two talented and hard-working individuals experienced a series of lucky breaks in their respected lives; however, they understood how to work those lucky breaks to their advantage. Continue reading
By MJ Plaster
Not since the Gutenberg press have we seen anything like what we’re going to witness in the next five years. The next wave of automation is projected to dwarf the aggregate of the PC revolution and the connected-device (smartphones, tablets, etc.) wave. Connectivity has already dissolved the lines between personal and work lives, and now that we’ve adjusted to being on call 24/7, it’s possible we could undergo an even bigger change—if automation relegates the concept of work to the dustbin.
We have entered year of the fire rooster according to Chinese astrology. Whether you believe in astrology or not, your business can benefit from lessons the fire rooster has to teach us. Each animal of the Chinese zodiac calendar represents traits people want to embody and qualities that people struggle with. Here is a list of the main business finance lessons year of the rooster teaches: Continue reading