How Do You Empower Yourself at Work

Have you ever felt the feeling that you can’t control the world around you? Do you think that everyone is taking advantage of you at work and even outside of work? If your answer is a yes, this feeling can be unbearable until you don’t see the point of doing well at work. But, you…

How to Deal with Difficult Customers with Style

In business, the adage is “the customer is always right.” However, some customers take this way too seriously and become the nightmare of many employees and executives alike. Unfortunately, dealing with these difficult customers is a part of the game. I have been in the line of customer facing role for more than 20 years…

Guest Post: WARRIOR IN SCRUBS

I get excited whenever I stumbled upon a treasured find. Its like hunting for gold but you found diamonds instead! Below is a gem that I came across reading in the blogosphere and I am inspired by her words and the positive energy that glows from it (you can almost see joy bouncing off most…

What Are Your Career Goals

Most hiring managers will always like to know your career goals during an interview session. The reason for this is because job interviews are never about the interviewee, but about the business’ problem that the hiring manager needs to address. Even then, interviewers still need to ask about a candidate’s career ambitions as well as…

Guest Post: WHY WOMEN SHOULD BE ENTREPRENEURS

I stumbled upon an interesting blog recently while I was in the middle of baby’s nap and doing laundry. The structure of writing and the interesting title caught my eye and though to share with you all here. If you love the writing as much as I do, pop by Venture Your Mind’s website for…

Guest Post: Your Day in Court: A Public Service Announcement

Denny, a recent MiddleMe follower has this wonderfully witty blog that I can’t stop reading. His articles are pretty cool and interesting, and I have picked one of them to showcase here. So if you enjoy his writing as much as I do, hop over his blog right now! Common Rules in a Middle Tennessee…