It’s about that time of year when New Year’s resolutions waver and goals seem out of reach. But that doesn’t have to be the case if we learn how to build willpower. Some people appear to be born with a lot of determination. For the rest of us, it is possible to cultivate willpower. And … Read more7 Ways to Build Willpower That Creates Success
credit: Pan Xiaozhen on Unsplash My son attending kindergarten received a note stating that he was receiving an award and that the award ceremony would be held in the school auditorium in the evening. It’s always great to hear that your child is receiving an award and for whatever reason, my mind automatically assumed that … Read moreWhat Workforce Skills will the Next Generation Require?
Last week, I found myself revisiting the fantastic Inside Jobs project from The Atlantic. Atlantic staffers interviewed 103 American workers from all walks of life. The magazine then collected those interviews into a single, unified website. Here’s how one of the project’s leaders describes her aims: So much of my aspiration for this project was … Read moreInside jobs: What do people do all day?
Pay growth for college-educated women suddenly stops at around the age of 40, according to new findings from compensation research firm PayScale. PayScale found that women between the ages of 22 and 33 see their wages grow at a faster rate than men, according to a CNBC report on the study. But around age 40, … Read morePay Growth for Women Stops at This Age
I’ve been frustrated lately with the quality and quantity of my work. I haven’t produced as much here at Get Rich Slowly as I would like — due largely to Fincon and its aftermath (calls and meetings, calls and meetings) — and what work I have produced isn’t as good as I would like. This … Read moreHow to do great work