At one time or another in our lives we will be faced with the fear of failure. But if you don’t take that chance – take that first step forward, follow the path unknown – how do you know that you won’t succeed? https://www.linkedin.com/pulse/you-dont-fail-wont-succeed-robert-herjavec/?trk=eml-email_feed_ecosystem_digest_01-recommended_articles-7-Unknown&midToken=AQF4v9jAkcyaag&fromEmail=fromEmail&ut=0r_byGDDup8nY1
Asking for career advice is generally a good thing to do. It can make you look smarter; it helps you earn your boss’ support; it prevents you from making the same dumb mistakes everyone in your industry makes.http://www.businessinsider.com/how-to-get-expert-career-advice-2017-6
Once a job applicant makes it to the interview stage, their biggest hurdle is the hiring manager’s overloaded brain.https://www.forbes.com/sites/lizryan/2017/06/16/dont-be-a-forgettable-job-applicant-heres-how-to-stand-out/#d7983ce5d626
Feds ask for another delay on overtime rule: Will regs ever have their day in court?