What To Do When People “Don’t Like You”

No matter how likable you think you are, you’re not going to win over every person you meet.


4 Ways to Find the Perfect Hobby for You

Having a hobby that you enjoy—whether that’s crocheting a sweater for your bestie’s new baby, hitting the slopes to enjoy some fresh powder, or practicing pirouettes in ballet class—has all sorts of well-documented benefits, from lower levels of stress to an increased sense of belonging and purpose.

There is More Than One Way to Find Your Purpose

We’ve all had that nagging feeling, wondering what it might be like to pursue our true calling. And when our purpose is hidden (or ignored), life both in and out of the office can feel uninspired. However, it can be incredibly difficult to change tracks, as we often find comfort in the safety and security of the familiar.

The Single Best Piece of Career Advice that Nobody Teaches You

Author: John Gorman Source: The Mission Daily I sat down with a fresh-faced MBA candidate intern this afternoon, at my office job deep in the heart of corporate America. It’s not uncommon for the leaders — or, middle managers, at least — of tomorrow to request 30 minutes of face time with “senior” “professionals” to “pick their brain,” and …

Overcoming Imposter Syndrome

Author: Jessica Miller-Merrell Source: Workology You’re not who you say you are. People are going to find out you’re not as smart/talented/competent as you pretend to be. You’re faking it and you’re not making it. Sound familiar? This is your brain on imposter syndrome. After I posted Women Working With Women: How to Work & Support …

4 Steps to Following Your Dreams (Without Falling Flat on Your Face)

“When to Jump” author Mike Lewis says you should pay attention to your daydreams because they might just be nudging you toward a leap into your ideal job. Author: Anne Fisher Source: Monster Two years out of an Ivy League college, 24-year-old Mike Lewis snagged a high-paying job with Bain Capital Ventures, a finance arm …

What is a Personal Philosophy, and How Do You Live in Alignment with Yours?

Author: Dr. Michael Gervais Source: Thrive Global People talk about “becoming” and “being” your best. What is someone’s “best?” Seriously, what is your "best?" It's incredibly difficult to get your arms around it, partly because it's a moving target that is influenced by dynamically moving components: your current skill, your world-view and the environmental conditions. …