Category: Work Life

To Succeed, Should You Step Over Others or Help Them?

In 2013, at the end of my second job, I wrote that I didn’t believe you need to step over others to succeed. I supported that argument with a personal example, thinking that it must have persuaded millions to stop believing the statement, “nice guys finish last.” The other millions of people around me though

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Category: Work Life

Lessons I Learned from My Second Job

Interview will be at 8:30a SHARP, (he will be there closer to 9a, but please get there early, even closer to 8:15a, if possible) and have copies of your resume with you, Human Resources wrote. I sat in the common area at the hotel. The seat was brown leather; the staircase was oak wood; there

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Category: Work Life

Meeting and Finding My Unofficial Mentor

“If there was one thing you could walk away with from this presentation, it is to get a mentor. If you’re a woman, I encourage you to get a female mentor because she will have a better understanding what you’d have to go through,” he said. N. Holt stood 6 feet tall, about 160 pounds

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Category: Work Life

Category: Work Life

12 Ways for Women to Negotiate a Higher Salary

Women make 79 cents for every one dollar men make (as of 2015). It will be 2059 when women reach pay parity. At the rate this is going, I will most likely be dead by then. Therefore, after consulting with one person (myself), I have come up with 10 great ways for women to negotiate a

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Category: Work Life

You Don’t Need to be an Asshole to Advance

People have told me many times that to make it to the top you must be cut throat and be an asshole. I was against taking that advice because I don’t believe in stepping over others to get ahead. So I usually tell those people to STFU because I’m always right. But, I started to

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