Tag: William L. Mehserle Jr.
Today in America our jobs involve little physical exertion—we sit at a desk to analyze graphs, write reports, and schedule meetings. And what starts to develop after only a few years is another chin, a tire around our waste, and an extra 30 pounds that we get to show off daily. What can we do […]
Creating and editing resumes can be a boring and laborious task. I personally hate doing it—but it is one of the necessary evils of working in America. Someday, digital platforms like LinkedIn might remove the resume as a mainstay in the job application process, but for now, they are here to stay. To help you […]
What is the chance that you can go through your entire working life without having to deal with a difficult co-worker or boss? We’re betting close to zero – if not absolute zero!! When you consider the various personalities, individual ambitions, and competition for advancement, you are bound to experience a little drama at least […]
It is that beautiful time of year again—that time when the weather turns just a touch crisper, Christmas lights adorn facades, and fluffy snow covers the ground. A time when everyone seems a bit happier and more energetic. When we look forward to receiving (and maybe giving) a few gifts. When we gather with friends […]
Our under 30 generation is conditioned to seek instant gratification. This idea is something that our parents and grandparents most likely look at with disdain–or at the very least view quizzically. Generations before us felt an extreme loyalty to their company. Men would spend their entire lives making a living, earning a pension, and providing a […]
Losing sleep? Breaking out? Stressed? Interviews are a major source of uncertainty and doubt in the minds of many… After all, isn’t someone just sitting there, judging you, and judging your work? An authority figure, distributing jobs and money on the basis of who you are? The source of much pain and uncertainty for so many, […]
If you’re reading this, most likely, you’re under 30. You might be close to graduating from college with your BA or BS. Maybe you are graduating from grad school—either because you think an advanced degree will further your career, or your undergraduate degree wasn’t enough to land you a job in this tough economy. Or […]