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Michelle Obama on Sheryl Sandberg's 'Lean In' Strategy: 'That S--t Doesn't Work All the Time'

Obama said the 'lean in' approach for women in the workplace isn't always enough for women.

Sinéad Baker

· 2 min read

Is Your Boss Controlling You Subtly Without Your Realizing It?

HR might intervene with an overt tyrant, but you're on your own dealing with an insidious manipulator.

Ric Kelly

· 6 min read

'Ghosting' Is Unprofessional Regardless of Whether You're Taking or Submitting a Job Application

When jobs were scarce, employers routinely ignored applicants. Now that applicants are scarce, they're returning the favor.

Jim Stroud

· 4 min read

5 Pieces of Career-Changing Advice From Navy Fighter Pilots

There's no room for error when you're landing a $70 million fighter on the bobbing deck of an aircraft carrier.

John Boitnott

· 5 min read

Must-Know Job Interview Tips for 2018 and Beyond

Ditch your resume objectives, take a personality quiz and more advice for interviewing this year.

Hayden Field

· 7 min read

This Entrepreneur Uses Lessons From High School Sports to Guide Her Business

Elizabeth Chambers Hammer shares some her insights as founder of BIRD bakery.

Business Rockstars

· 2 min read

How the Co-Founder of Cuyana Customized Her Own Career Path by Being Intentional

Shilpa Shah talks with her mentor and the president of Fandango, Paul Yanover, about their shared early days at Disney, her transformation from employee to boss and the importance of intention.

Stephanie Schomer

· 5 min read

Brian Tracy

· 2 min read

How to Stay Motivated While in School

Your education is important to your professional life. Here's how to stay focused while building up your knowledge.

Brian Tracy

· 2 min read

I Once Had 5 Jobs in One Year. Here's How I Finally Found Career Success.

Eric Siu offers advice on how to get past tough times in your professional path.

Eric Siu

· 2 min read

Never Go to a Job Interview Unprepared for This One Question

It's almost inevitable that you'll be asked, "Any questions?" That's your chance to show you've done your homework.

John Boitnott

· 5 min read