The beginning of a new year often causes us to reflect on our career
choices. It’s a time when one starts to ponder such weighty questions
as “Am I where I want to be in my career?,” “Should I think about moving
to a new company?,” or “How can I finally get a great job this year?”
If the answer to your musings is that you’re ready for a change in the
employment scenery, then you’ve got to prepare yourself for the
It’s time for the year-end performance reviews. While it is great to
receive a glowing nod from your boss, even a negative review can be a
tool in helping you build your career. Turn a bad review into something
positive by taking action to work on your faults.
Freelancers face a different set of challenges than other employees, and
they must often be their own marketers, motivators and bosses. It is
easy for productivity to slip, but these tips will get any freelancer
back on track.
New year, new resume. As 2014 approaches it might be a good idea to dust
off your resume and update it. There are just some things that might
keep you from standing out from the pile of resumes companies receive.
Body language is powerful. It reveals lots about your personality.
Confidence, for example, is relayed through body language. Positive body
language can actually lead to greater success, more productive business
relationships, and a better impression in the workplace.