Five Professional Development Sites Every Job-Hunter Needs to Bookmark

The internet is bursting with resources on networking, interviews, salary negotiation, the whole gamut. I like to read about career and professional development in my spare time so I thought I'd share what I think are some of the best websites for anyone on the job hunt (I'm a student right now so this includes me). If … Continue reading Five Professional Development Sites Every Job-Hunter Needs to Bookmark

The Power of Entrepreneurial Thinking

Few endeavours inspire me more than entrepreneurship. The idea of jumping off the safe road to start something meaningful, useful, and real just sounds so cool. As we move through the 21st century, entrepreneurship is gradually becoming the new normal. With the emergence of technology and social media, creative thinkers have more room than ever … Continue reading The Power of Entrepreneurial Thinking

Three Sure-Fire Ways to Leverage Your Network to the Max

“You miss 100% of the shots you don't take." - Wayne Gretzky, highest scoring hockey player of all time. If you know people, you have a network. And that network has a ton of value. Nearly every job I've ever received has been through a connection, including the one that launched my career in the insurance industry. I've helped dozens of … Continue reading Three Sure-Fire Ways to Leverage Your Network to the Max

Sheryl Sandberg’s Best Advice: Don’t Leave Before You Leave

You have probably heard some of the buzz around Sheryl Sandberg's powerful book: Lean In: Women, Work, and the Will to Lead. Sheryl Sandberg is the COO of Facebook, a former executive at Google, a Harvard grad, Florida-native who loves business, women and family. Her NY Times bestseller offers practical advice and insight applicable to … Continue reading Sheryl Sandberg’s Best Advice: Don’t Leave Before You Leave