Stories of the month

Eating Tips for a Healthy, Active Lifestyle
Stories of the Month , YP LIFE ,
May 14, 2015
Making the “right” food choices amidst late-night deadlines, networking dinners, and unexpected break room desserts can be a struggle. Especially…
UPDATED: Your Memorial Day Weekend Playbook
AFTER FIVE , Stories of the Month ,
May 11, 2015
Ready to grab your upcoming Memorial Day long weekend by the horns? Whether you’re hosting friends or just want to stay ahead…
3 Officers Reflect on Working for the CIA
CAREER ADVICE , INTERVIEWS , Stories of the Month ,
April 25, 2015
Along with tech juggernauts like Facebook and Google, young professionals have long dreamed of being part of another team– the…
This is How You Ditch the Fear and Start Trusting Yourself
CAREER ADVICE , Stories of the Month ,
April 1, 2015
We all struggle with different areas of trusting ourselves.  Some of us trust ourselves at work, but struggle to trust ourselves in…
A Psychotherapist Explains How To Move On After Being Fired
CAREER ADVICE , Stories of the Month ,
January 20, 2015
In today’s workplace  getting fired, passed over for a raise or promotion, or being undervalued or underutilized can result in…
How to Turn a Team of Competitors Into Collaborators
CAREER ADVICE , Stories of the Month ,
January 11, 2015
In her book Fall of the Alphas, Dana Ardi chronicles the slow death of the Alpha leader and the rise of the cooler,…
Why The Young & Bored Can’t Leave Their Government Jobs in 2015
CAREER ADVICE , Stories of the Month ,
January 6, 2015
The young professional government employee is a special breed. The G2E series (shorthand for From Government Employee to Entrepreneur) is where we…
10 Successful Habits I Learned Working For Two Billionaires
CAREER ADVICE , Stories of the Month ,
December 18, 2014
I have spent decades “being educated” –  in college, graduate school, numerous professional certifications, and now a PhD program. All of that…
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