Showing posts from August, 2015

StrengthsFinder 2.0

Hi, Hope you are doing great! Today, I am sharing two best reads, that will not only help you professional but also help you to develop your inner self as well. I hope that you will enjoy them a lot. Book 1: StrengthsFinder 2.0: By the New York Times Bestselling Author of Wellbeing Its all about uncovering your talent, know more about your strengths,and accompanied by loads of strategies to apply strengths to professional and personal life. Book 2: Outliers: The Story of Success This book reflects how the the best of best are different from ordinary people and the essential ingredients which make them best of best. This book had covered areas from football to blue-chip industry, from Maths to Music, and its a piece of art and must have for development. I hope you will enjoy these books, and don't forget to see my best seller Votre CV, votre lettre de motivation et vos entretiens 2015: Le best seller de Patrick Taranto To get free copy of "Ventes et marketing: 10 stratégies de réussite&…

The No-no's of the Place They Call “Workplace”

Coming to work everyday and making a long-term career can be made a lot easier if you know how to be at your best all of the time and if you are cautious about making good relationships with your officemates. For career starters, the workplace is not very much different from the academe. Keep your workplace healthy at all times. Below are five surefire workplace no-no's to help you avoid mistakes in the workplace.

Do not be late. Promptness at work, not only through attendance but also through output submission, is a sign of responsibility. If you are quick to turnover assigned tasks, this will impress your superiors and thus may even provide for various bigger responsibilities.

Do not take your personal problems to work. You are expected to leave your problems at work when you reach home the same way that you are expected to forget about your personal problems when you come to the workplace. “Focus” is a very essential element in order to carry out tasks efficiently and quickly.

Good Workplace Relationships

Come to think of it, you spend more than half of your lifetime inside your workplace. In making a long-term and fulfilling career, you need to have your own circle. Given this, it is just very necessary that you maintain good relationships with your co-workers in the office. A harmonious relationship with your bosses, counterparts, and subordinates ensures a fun and healthy environment and thus; a good foundation to making a long-term and satisfying career. Below, listed is five tried-and-tested tips to help every employee maintain a happy workplace and a well-motivated self.

Do not be too friendly with your bosses. Being too cozy and chummy with your bosses can have its own disadvantages. First, the people surrounding you may think of it as your way of pursuing higher office by getting in with your bosses. That would not make a very smart impression. Second, when you get too close with your bosses, you have a hard time saying “no.”

Have your own circle. As the cliché goes, “No man is…

Freelance ?

Most all of us end up working at some point in our life. The following information is provided to improve your working conditions, work life, and/or career.

Be Your Own Boss with Freelancing

Perhaps you are tired of reporting to someone else; having them tell you when and where to work, what to do, when you can take a break, go to lunch, take a vacation, etc.  Have you thought about freelance work from home opportunities?
Visit  They match freelancers with employers who need their services.  Work as much or as little as you want.  GoFreelance offers memberships to provide you with all your freelance opportunities.  You get access to great jobs, you can work from home, and start at any time.

How to Start a Freelance Career

Work at Home and Earn an Excellent Income

Imagine being able to work from your own home, doing a job you love, and
getting paid handsomely for doing it. Wouldn't that be great?
Well, the good news is that this is not just a fanta…

Be the Next Boss

Every employee aims to achieve career advancement. A promotion is not only a sign of growth but also an indication that your company and your bosses trust your capabilities as a worker. However, before you could even transfer to a more spacious room and get your own pool of assistants, you will have to prove your worth. How do you show your potential? How do you make them pick you and not the others? Below are some tips to guide you through a long-term career by getting your most-coveted promotion.

Speak with sense. During meetings or brainstorming, do not leaving the room without having anything sensible to say. They did not hire your for nothing. They hired you because they saw a great potential in you. Prove this by coming up with brilliant ideas.

Show it, not show off. Walk the talk! People may have a good first impression about you. Sustain this by a systematic and efficient execution of tasks. Show them what makes you a great sales person or maybe a top notch IT analyst. Apart f…

Make Yourself a Long-term Career

We don't just want a job. We want a career. Every year, millions of fresh college graduates make their attempt in the real world. Every single applicant aims for the same thing as everybody else – a fulfilling and long term career. So how do we ensure that we're on the right track of making a stable career and not just a temporary job? How do we avoid living by every payday and instead focus on what it makes us - as a person, as an employee and a worker - for the companies that we work with? In short, how do we ensure a career and not simply a job?

Know it from the start. Do not engage yourself in a job which you're not passionate about in the first
place. If you hated mathematics in college, then there will surely be no room for you as an actuary. Know what you're doing. If you are good in what you do, people will see you as a great potential for higher and bigger positions. In this case, promotion and career advancement will come in very quickly.

Love what you're…