How Not To Answer What Is Your Greatest Weakness?

This interview question “what’s your greatest weakness?” has delayed potential employees for many years- whether they applied for a local or big company. There’s no hundred percent guaranteed response to land this query. However, there are glaringly awful methods to reply and methods that great as possible your chances. The first step, is to recognize

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How Will We Decide

When we make decisions or even simple choices, we normally need some time to look at our options and go through the entire decision making process. But things are quickly changing and now technology is also changing the way we decide. For example, YouTube or Netflix is able to curate videos for you to watch.

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A Critical Skill In Any Career

Aside from building expertise in the industry that you have chosen, it is also important to possess certain skills in order to advance your career. It’s not enough that you just have expert knowledge in your field of work. If you’re aiming for a top-level position, then you need to have leadership qualities. If you

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Explanation Or Just A Label?

I remember this colleague I had. No one wanted to work him. He just didn’t get along with the people in the office. So during…I think my second or third week at the job, I asked someone, why don’t people wanna work with this guy? And that someone said, oh that’s ‘cause he’s weird. Then

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What Are The Signs Of Workplace Bullying?

Office bullies are somehow similar to school bullies. They normally target the ones who are passive and non-confrontational. They pick on the newcomers. And usually, they also target the ones who are better than them because they see those people as a threat. Bullying also comes in many forms. The most obvious would be showing physical or verbal aggression. Office bullies and workplace bullies are also similar because they both have so many insecurities. And they don’t really have an idea on how to deal with those insecurities effectively. So their coping mechanism would be to display an abusive behavior towards their targets.

A workplace bully can be anyone. Usually, it’s your manager. Sometimes, it’s your coworker or teammate. It can be anyone. So, what are the signs of workplace bullying? Take note that bullying in the office can be exhibited in many ways.

Being treated differently

Do always feel unwelcome at work? Do they exclude you during meetings and other social gatherings? If you notice that this is the norm, then you could be a target of bullying at the workplace. You see, even if your coworkers don’t exactly display aggression towards you, they could still be doing something that counts as bullying. Isolation in the workplace is not an acceptable occurrence. It does not promote growth and collaboration.

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Don’t Just Stand There, Make It Happen

“If you want to be a successful runner, you have to consider everything. It’s no good just thinking about endurance and not to develop fine speed.” ― Arthur Lydiard “Philosophy, art, politics, religion and bohemia have never sought to do away entirely with the status hierarchy; they have attemptee, rather, to institute new kinds of

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Failure Is The Way Of Success

“On your quest to spirituality it is often required to suspend your rationality; but true spirituality asks that you enhance your rationality.” ― Steve Maraboli, Unapologetically You: Reflections on Life and the Human Experience “The thrust of continuous action is the firewood which fuels motivation.” ― Steve Backley, The Champion in all of Us: 12

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What Matters Is What You Make

“Intellectual ‘work’ is misnamed; it is a pleasure, a dissipation, and is its own highest reward. The poorest paid architect, engineer, general, author, sculptor, painter, lecturer, advocate, legislator, actor, preacher, singer, is constructively in heaven when he is at work; and as for the magician with the fiddle-bow in his hand, who sits in the

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