Avoid making these three resume mistakes, and increase your chances of having your resume make an impact and get you a job interview.
There was a point in my career where I bent over backyards for my employer. By learning to say no effectively, I protected my time and increased output.
Learning to be grateful for the small things in life will make you happier. Gratitude can help us learn what matters most to us.
Marriage is interesting as perception is everything. I walk through a conflict in our marriage and how we worked together to resolve it.
There is nothing I have experienced that has sapped my confidence as much as imposter system. I go through my experience, and how I am working through it.
Giving up often gets a bad wrap. But being individuals, we can only do so much. There are toxic behaviors that have held me back for too long.
Learning to optimize my time has earned me raises and promotions. I’ve focused on solving problems and learning from my mistakes as an employee.
Marriage is tough. Learn about what not to do, and how to develop a bond that will last over the long-term. There is nothing like having a healthy marriage.
College is expensive and takes time. Thinking about whether it is worth it for your desired career can inform you whether going to college is worth it.
Raising little humanoids is difficult. How can we ensure our kids don’t make major financial mistakes and be successful managing money?
Even when not talking about money, relationships are hard. Learning how to be emotionally connected to your spouse helps your financial future.
Overemphasizing talent, skill, and knowledge is easy for us to do. But regardless of what you are pursuing, there is one thing infinitely more powerful.