When struggling to manage your day, eliminate tasks unrelated to your professional goals, writes John Rampton. Other ideas include tackling your most important task first and keeping meetings on track to save time.
Let what you love to do guide your career, advises AirAsia CEO Tony Fernandes. "You've got to enjoy going to work and when you're passionate about something, when you enjoy it, you're going to be better at it," he said.
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Nike last week forced out two male executives after an outside review ordered by CEO Mark Parker. The action was spurred by an internal survey of women employees regarding improper behavior by men at the company, sources say.
Phone interviews are often used to screen for genuine interest and discover whether an applicant's personality and demeanor are a good cultural fit, writes Amy Elisa Jackson. Prepare for your next phone interview by developing a concise synopsis of how your experience applies to the position and the company's mission.
Many people tire of their work but are wary of new expectations or lost income that may come with a new job, writes Caroline Ceniza-Levine. Try to keep yourself positioned for a potential career change by brushing up on industry trends and trusting salary concerns will work out.
Don't feel pressured to change your routine unless you feel confident a change will benefit you, writes Anisa Purbasari Horton. "If you don't personally know why you're making a change, you're more likely to give up sooner and not stick with the change in the first place," she writes.
Former California lottery winner James Allen Hayes pled guilty to four federal counts of bank robbery earlier this month. Hayes won $19 million in 1998, but was found by authorities living in an abandoned garage last October.