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12 Things Successful People Do In The First Week Of A New Job

Einstein: “If a cluttered desk is a sign of a cluttered mind, of what, then, is an empty desk a sign?” Steve Jobs, Albert Einstein, and Mark Twain. What is one thing these three visionaries have in common? They all had very messy work spaces. Read More »

What’s your personal productivity style

When it comes to personal productivity advice for knowledge workers, one size doesn’t fit all. In fact, an individual’s cognitive style—that is, the way he or she prefers to perceive and process information—can have a dramatic impact on the success or failure of time management techniques and performance enhancement strategies. This assessment is designed to help you understand your own ... Read More »

21 ways to get inspired

You can’t always wait for inspiration. Sometimes you have to hunt it down. Consider this list of tricks and strategies your roadmap, all planned out with the benefit of the latest research and expert advice. You might even bookmark this page — chances are you’ll need a creative boost before you know it. Read More »

Why it is OK to waste time in the name of innovation

Box vice-president of product design Ethan Batraski views his job as a balancing act between fixing his users’ current problems and anticipating the needs they’ll have in the future. The second part of his job is sometimes a load of crap, he admits. Read More »

Four Email Marketing Tips to Help You Get the Most Out of Gmail

In the past few years, Gmail has been making a lot of waves in email marketing: priority inboxes, promotions tabs… Every new release seemed intended to make life harder for email marketers. But if we all just stop complaining for a minute, we might be able to see that we’re being offered lots of hidden opportunities. Read More »

The Best Goal of All: Become Something You Are Not

Work-life balance. Everyone talks about it. And everyone struggles to achieve it. Yet finding a reasonable work-life balance is easier than you think. While it’s true the equilibrium point is constantly shifting, most of the same attitudes, perspectives, and skills apply to both “work” and “life.” Read More »

Five Errors That Immediately Get Your Resume Rejected at Google

I’ve sent out hundreds of resumes over my career, applying for just about every kind of job. I’ve personally reviewed more than 20,000 resumes. And at Google we sometimes get more than 50,000 resumes in a single week. Read More »

8 Inspiring Habits of Truly Remarkable Bosses

Conventional wisdom–and a bunch of research–says people don’t quit their companies; they quit their bosses. Of course that means the opposite must also be true: people who love their bosses should stay at that company even if they could find (within reason) better pay and benefits somewhere else. Read More »

Why You Should have a Messy Desk

Einstein: “If a cluttered desk is a sign of a cluttered mind, of what, then, is an empty desk a sign?” Steve Jobs, Albert Einstein, and Mark Twain. What is one thing these three visionaries have in common? They all had very messy workspaces. Read More »

How to talk to anyone in a networking event

You get to an event filled with impressive people you normally don’t have the chance to speak with. You’d like to pick their brains and maybe even arrange a coffee meeting to discuss ideas. Read More »