13 Lessons to Learn Early in Life

When reflecting on life, we often ask ourselves, “If I knew then what I know now, what would I change?” It’s easier to see what we should have said or done after the fact. Regret is a part of life, but changing our mindset and listening to good advice can put some regrets in the back seat.

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What’s Impostor Syndrome? 

According to Wikipedia, Impostor Syndrome is a psychological occurrence in which an individual doubts their skills, talents, or accomplishments and questions their success. The International Journal of Behavioral Science stated that about 70 percent of people experience it. Experts can’t figure out why this happens. 

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YOU have the Power to Determine and Negotiate Your Salary

Have you ever thought about how much money you should be making? Ideally, most people want to find a good job and make a substantial income. Growing up, we are encouraged to attend school and continue our education by obtaining a degree or certificate. The first step is to figure out how much you should make and select a career that not only will you love but will also cover the cost of living according to your lifestyle. Try to envision your life and future. Do you plan to be a business owner? Do you want kids? Do you plan to travel? These are all questions to consider, and remember you have the power to change your lifestyle to determine the income you can bring to your household.

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5 Common Resume Misconceptions (Part 2)

Welcome back, everyone! The last time we met to discuss our first three common resume misconceptions. We talked about personal pronouns, action verbs, and job-specific skills. Keywords were a bonus! Now let’s continue our discussion.

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