The prospect of quitting your job and becoming your boss is both liberating and scary as hell. However, instead of being impulsive, it is best to take a deep breath and weigh all of the pros and cons so that you are absolutely sure that you are ready (or at least willing) to take this leap of faith. To help you get started, here are the five important tips that you need to accomplish before officially say goodbye to your job.
We all dread it. Losing your job is the stuff of nightmares, especially when you do not expect it. Everything from your finances to your personal life is affected and who knows when the next opportunity will come or what it will be. However, what if the uncertainty and chaos that comes from getting laid off actually leads you in a direction that is even better than you could have ever imagined? This article looks at how that can be the case.
Active professional networking is vital to career growth. Many shudder when they hear the term networking, associating it with awkwardness, cheesy events and the idea of ‘selling’ yourself. However, networking can bring lots of benefits, especially for twentysomethings. Read on to find out how networking with people within and outside your profession can help your career and your life in general.
Society in general tends to favour extroverts, sometimes to the detriment of introverts. Introverts are mistakenly seen as people who are shy or do not enjoy social interactions. However, read further to find out why introverts can be the quiet powerhouses in your office.
Job hoppers often get a bad rap. Most people believe hopping from job to job looks bad on your resume and gives the impression that you are not a loyal employee. It also makes it look like all you care about is money. However, there are secret benefits to throwing out the old wise tale that job hopping is career suicide. Here are some great benefits of being a job hopper.