Theresa Sullivan | Conservation Careers
We humans are really great at telling ourselves stories. That voice we hear in our head recites some pretty interesting narratives so often and so frequently that we really start believing them after awhile. These stories we keep thinking turn into our beliefs about ourselves, others and the world in general. They actually create our reality. The thing is, they only create our own reality, and there are as many different realities in this world as there are human beings. And that’s good, because it means the reality we live in isn’t already fixed – our thoughts have the power to change it every minute of our lives. Continue reading Five Lies That Could Be Ruining Your Career (and your Life)
Katherine Halek | Undercoverrecruiter
Twitter serves myriad purposes for millions of people. It’s provided space for brand campaigns, event organizations, personal rants, and every other attention-seeking tactic imaginable since 2006. Though many people use it for professional connections, some view it unprofessional at times — certainly not as “respectable” as LinkedIn for branding.
So what makes Twitter such a uniquely useful resource for job seekers (and posters)? Continue reading LinkedIn is Not the Ultimate Career Site, Twitter Is
The Sunday Telegraph
OK chaps, a test. Strip off. Breathe out. Can you still see your penis? Good. What about a six-pack? No? Congratulations, you are in possession of a “dad bod”.
While I’m loath to objectify men — frankly they’re rather lovely in all shapes and sizes — the “dad bod” is the hottest thing to hit the internet since Kim Kardashian’s bum threatened to squash it. So, in the interests of equal opportunities reporting, let’s unpack this. Continue reading Why the ‘dad bod’ is the hottest thing to hit the internet since Kim K’s butt