|4 ways to make people feel confident to refer you
Getting referrals from your network involves a lot of trust from your connections. Trust is not something that just happens -- it's something that's built over time. How do you do that?
|How to manage time and prioritize work
There never seems to be enough time in the day once busy season arrives, following these tips can help you make the most of your hours and stay on track when it comes to your projects.
|Real talk: Is it OK to take a sick day when you're not sick?
Well, is it? Depending on the situation, it could be. Reach that ultimate call-in decision with a little guidance.
|How to be a leader at work -- when you're not the boss
One of the traits your boss looks for as they consider giving you more responsibility is how you act as a leader. There's a fine line to walk between embracing a leadership role and stomping on toes.
|Why you should disagree at work more
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Minnesota Nice is a real thing -- we hate confrontation. Agreeing to disagree respectfully and continuing the conversation can ultimately lead to a better outcome for everyone in the work environment.
|Overcome your fear of failure in 2018
To fulfill our goals in life, sometimes we need to get WAY out of our comfort zone and confront things head on. It can be terrifying, in the end, it's worth it.
|What is a corrupted file, and is there a way to get it back?
While wrapping up the last pieces of a project, this horrible message pops up on your screen: "XYZ program could not open SUPERIMPORTANTFILE.ext because it's not supported or damaged." What do you do next, besides panic?