Discovering Your Skills and Interests

I have a lot of takeaways from the time of my work transition from Colorado to New Hampshire. Through the application and hiring process I learned a lot about the current US job market and what my own interests are. Whether you are looking for employment after college or transitioning from one workplace to another, […]

Discovering Your Flaws

Prior to moving to the Northeast from Colorado, I was blessed enough to have multiple job offers presented to me. It feels good to be wanted, to know that a company values you so much that they are willing to pay you to work for them. You know what feels bad? Rejection. Obviously, just like […]

Don’t Be Afraid of Big Words

In the business world, there are catchphrases and sayings that are trendy and seemingly sophisticated. These buzzwords and expressions are not necessarily bad things. Many times a conversation calls for the use of such a word or phrase. However, there are times when I wonder if hip and cool business talk is a complicated description […]

Phone Calls Don’t Have To Be Annoying

Finding new customers has been a huge part of my career in sales. One day last year, as I was making phone calls to prospects and customers that I had contacted in the past, I noticed something. On multiple occasions, the person on the other end concluded the conversation with a phrase along the lines […]

Life Is An Adventure, Work Can Be Too

Whether you are currently employed at your dream workplace or are working a necessary second job to make ends meet, I believe that we should strive to treat our work lives as fun adventures. On these adventures we can learn new things, develop new skills, meet new people, see new places, and more. One of […]