Should we all start learning Chinese?
“We should all start learning Mandarin because the Chinese are taking over the world.” If I hear this sentence come out of someone’s mouth one more time, I
No question and no customer is a waste of your time
You know how business owners always say to treat every customer like gold? It never fails to surprise me when businesses don’t, especially small, independent ones. As someone
I wish you enough.
Sounds simple right? I wish you enough. What does that really mean at the core, however? It means that you wish someone a life that is balanced and not in the extremes. Not in extr
4 Women with 4 Different Incomes: Opening up about their money and mine
I LOVED this article of 4 women and 4 incomes. I am impressed by all of these women. They hustle, they get stuff done, and not only that, they’re not making their fortunes o
Can you imagine your diploma or education determining the rest of your life?
Here in Canada or the U.S. we’re pretty darn lucky. Once we get into college (U.S.) or university (Canada), we can work reasonably hard, obtain a diploma, fight other newly m
Being smart is useless if you’re lazy
I know a lot of smart people … or so they tell me. Know what I hear? I’m so smart, I know I could do better if I was just given the chance. I’m so smart, I don’
Google yourself and clean up your web presence
This is something we all take for granted, but we should make sure our web profiles are clean. I know we don’t talk about it often, but it’s something you should really
Style Help: Post-college professional in her 20s requiring maximum coverage
Reader Ida wrote in to request the following: I’m a Midwestern journalism (not TV) and critical language student. Like most of my fellow women in these categories, I often dr
Stop talking about what you want to do, and just do it
Nothing aggravates me more than inaction. People who say they want to get out of debt, or change careers so they can make more money, but then never even try do anything about it,
Should you quit your job? What does it mean to love what you do as a career?
A point I think I haven’t made clear enough in the past is that not everyone should jump up and quit their jobs because they find the slightest fault with it. NO JOB IS PERFE