career

Careers in the industry; from corporate to middle management, food service, media, political figures, and beyond. All workplace careers.

Roy Osing2 years ago
How a Leader Can Eliminate the Dysfunction Between What Strategy Says and What People Do
One of the biggest issues in any organization is the lack of congruency between what the strategy says to do and what people actually do on a day-to-day basis. The strategy dictates one thing and not ...
Riley Raul Reese2 years ago
What It's Like To Be: An Online Blogger
For the past 6-odd years, I've been working as an online blogger - most recognizably in the relationship field. I've been republished on Yahoo, and also on Huffington Post. So, I like to think I'm pro...
Most Annoying Questions You Can Ask a Flight Attendant
Flight attendants deal with so much trouble by having to put up with their passengers' annoying questions and strange requests. It truly is a thankless job, managing and helping the human cargo lodged...
Larry Romulus2 years ago
Annoying Phrases You Hear Around the Office Every Day
When working in an office complex, there are always a few sayings that that are either annoying, irritating, or emotionally draining. Whether it's your boss approaching your desk, another employer, or...
Aaron Dennis2 years ago
How to Use a Semicolon
I haven’t written anything regarding my experiences from Quora in a little while, but I came across a quote, which I simply brushed off for quite sometime; it was a quote regarding the semicolon. Then...
Frank White2 years ago
My Father Taught Me The Three Fundamentals of Success
I was reminded of my father today. He passed away a long time ago. One of the most interesting effects of time is its ability to heal wounds and amplify strengths. If I let time mesmerize me, my fathe...
Connections That Can Make or Break Your Career
Relationships are at the core of every single business; successful careers require healthy connections to carry you up the ladder of success. Ninety percent of jobs are found through networking, so it...
Zanna Hintz2 years ago
Adulthood Is Like Losing Your Mom In the Supermarket
You go to school your entire life, from 5 to 18 you are a student. Then you are told to go to college and get a job. Which as a recent college graduate, I will tell you that it is a good time. You get...
Another Man's Bed
BAFH: Please introduce yourself to the readers. SHA'REE: Hey I'm author Sha'ree, born and raised in a little town just outside of Flint, Michigan called Beecher. I'm a 33 year old mother of two, a fia...
Bethany Tiamat2 years ago
Startup Tips for the Female Entrepreneur
Young female entrepreneur, the world may seem far too big for your little startup. There are competitors who have been in this game for decades before you. You fear the time might not be right for you...
Riley Raul Reese2 years ago
Best Cities For Commuters
The average person will spend around 27.2 minutes every day they go to work commuting to and from their workplace. In major metro areas, that reasonable number can skyrocket to as much as an hour or m...
Angel Harrt2 years ago
A Writer's World
My Instagram, WordPress, Wattpad, Tumblr, Twitter and Facebook……………oh my!! I am a writer. I would consider myself a professional published writer. As a writer I have entered every single social media ...
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Neil Barman2 years ago
Easy Steps to Master "Growth Hacking"
“A start-up is a company designed to grow fast…..If you want to understand start-ups, understand growth.” – Paul Graham Growth is the lifeblood of any company – be it a start-up or a multi-billion-dol...
Roy Osing2 years ago
If You Want to Change the World, This is How It's Done
So you have an awesome idea for a new business. You think you can make a difference in the world and make tons of money like some others before you have. How should you proceed?
Rick Schwartz2 years ago
What It's Like To Be: An Art Adviser
Joyce Varvatos knows a lot about art. She's studied it endlessly, and been around artists, galleries and fairs for much of her adult life. Based in New York and married to famed menswear designer John...
Things You Shouldn't Tolerate in Your Career
People put up with a lot of things over the course of their professional careers, but there are some situations we just should never tolerate. Sure, stress is one thing. Work can be a high-stress envi...
Emoijah Bridges2 years ago
How I Became a Freelance Blogger
Okay, so here's what people always ask me - How much do you get paid? If you're a freelancer, whether you're a writer, web designer, or social media manager, you know there's no direct answer to this....
Rick Schwartz2 years ago
What It's Like To Be: An Independent Artist
Elizabeth Sutton isn't your typical artist. Whip smart, with a degree in business, the beautiful mother of two started creating art just over a year ago. Working out of a studio in Long Island City, S...