5 Reasons Why A 9 to 5 Job Is Right For You
A 9-to-5 job can offer benefits that fit your personality and lifestyle.
Pros and Cons of Working From Home (WFH)
Working from home has been on the rise since the start of the pandemic.and this sudden shift from a traditional on-site setup to working remotely has changed the workforce dynamics and many employees’ preferences.
5 Lessons From My First Months of Freelancing
In freelancing, no one will ask for your degree. They will also care less which school you graduate from. Clients will only look at your portfolio, attitude, and results.
Beauty and Challenges of Being a Beginner Again
It turned out that getting fired from Apple was the best thing that could have ever happened to me. The heaviness of being successful was replaced by the lightness of being a beginner again. Steve Jobs In a commencement address for Stanford University, Steve Jobs narrated how he was fired from Apple. That experience will soon […]
10 Warning Signs That It’s Time To Resign From Your Job
As years go by, there will be a season when we’ll know it is time to move on and find out for ourselves if the grass is really greener on the other side – the time to resign from your job.
5 Lessons I Learned After Shifting Industries
Here are some of the lessons I learned after shifting to another industry that may require you to give your decision some time before undergoing a huge change in your career.
We Should Learn Outside Our Fields of Expertise
We live in a time where information is generated more in a day than several years combined. So, we need to learn how to filter through them and select which ideas to learn.
Who Are We if We Remove Our “Suit of Armor”?
If you remove your suit of armor, titles, licenses, and other fancy job descriptions, how will you introduce yourself?
5 Things We Lose When Leaving a Job Without Backup
There will always be pros and cons when we lose our job. That is why we need to keep on learning, so when an opportunity presents itself, we will have the courage, knowledge, and skills to leap forward.
We Pay For Things Not With Money But With Time
If we change our perspective with our resources and our spending habit from a “money-based” into a “time-based” perspective, I believe that we will absolutely change the way we consume.