April 29th, 2016
I found a woman who writes research papers for people on Fiverr.
For $5, she’ll take your assignment, dig through mountains of research, compile her own notes, and write a quality, cited piece for you.
Can you believe it? I cringe when I think about how much she earns for an hour of work. It’s not ...
April 4th, 2016
When I went on my book tour in 2009, the economy was in the toilet. I went to 13 cities – places like LA, San Francisco, Denver (AKA “Menver,” as I was bitterly told by the guys there), and Salt Lake City.
No matter which city I was in, the local news directors all had a curious pattern: They all wanted ...
March 31st, 2016
Imagine this just happened to you:
After 3 years of working with the same company and getting nothing but pitiful 1% to 3% "cost-of-living" raises, you decide you’ve had enough. You want more responsibility, pay, and challenging work.
You schedule a meeting with your boss and artfully ask for a promotion
Without flinching, she says, “Yes. Let’s do ...
March 18th, 2016
Fact: More than half of Americans are unhappy at work:
That means everyday — for 8+ hours — more than half of us are glancing at the clock wishing time would move faster. We dream of Fridays and escape.
Fact: It doesn't have to be that way.
I know, because I've gotten Dream Job offers from Google, Intuit, and a multibillion-dollar hedge ...
March 17th, 2016
Have you ever noticed that 85% of career advice is about job hunting?
Which is weird. Sure, job hunting is an important skill.
But people look for new jobs maybe every two or three years. We go to work every day.
What's more important than job hunting is figuring out how to score Big Wins — like a promotion, or a $...
March 11th, 2016
Two candidates walk into an interview.
One has an MBA. He’s wearing the sharpest suit and carrying the sleekest business cards.
The other is a college sophomore. He walks in with none of those things, but he walks out with the job.
How? What did he do that most people — like the MBA — don’t do?
Well, that college ...