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One day I made a promise to myself: If work ever stopped being fun, I would quit and do something else. That promise turned out to be the key to a successful career.
Quitting a Job
It's better to have a job than need a job, unless the boss demands you compromise your values for a paycheck.
Mom and Dad gave you well intentioned, sincere, dead wrong advice. Now that you're a grown up, get real.
As hiring increases, companies need to know how to appeal to a wide variety of job seekers.
If you're looking for a competitive job market and a cushy median base salary, these careers are your best, according to a new report from Glassdoor.
Ready To Launch
The key to helping others is the order: First focus on building your career, then, if you're successful, you'll have plenty to give back.
All the things you would do if you suddenly came into millions are actually within your grasp right now. Go for them.
If you want to do great work, be proud of your achievements, and lead a purposeful life, you need to set your sights much higher than they are.
The litmus test for success is to find the one thing you're best at. Once you find it, God speed.
Leaders in business and entertainment share their best advice in six words in new book from SMITH Magazine founder Larry Smith.
Stop and think about all the time and money you waste on stuff that does you absolutely no good whatsoever.
Don't stop now -- take advantage of less competition and employers eager to fill positions before the end of the year.
Learn how the founder of the Muppets almost missed his calling -- and be sure not to miss yours.
Ready To Launch
Schooling, mentoring, and experience may be hard, but they make success that much easier.
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