29 10, 2016

Customer Service can Make or Break a Company

By | October 29th, 2016|Career and Money, Mindfulness, Uncategorized|

As a Concierge Business Owner in the Metro Detroit area, I am constantly observing the customer service I receive from various businesses. A large part of my role is referring clients to services that they need in the area and [...]

18 09, 2016

5 Workplace Survival Tips for the Introvert

By | September 18th, 2016|Career and Money, Life Hack/Tip|

Introverts prefer working behind-the-scenes rather than being the center of attention. They are natural self-starters; laid back, adaptable, and analytical in the workplace. However, companies are more recently remodeling their offices to incorporate open spaces, ping-pong tables, and other inclusions [...]

20 06, 2016

The Art of CONSTANT Job Hunting

By | June 20th, 2016|Career and Money|

Even if you are fully satisfied and established within your career, there is absolutely nothing wrong with waking up every morning and doing a quick online job hunt. Here’s why: -Job hunting helps you put your career objectives into perspective. [...]

2 05, 2016

Millennials: Are you ready for the “Workforce Y2K”?

By | May 2nd, 2016|Career and Money|

As of 2015, Millennials make up majority of the U.S. workforce. Why is it, though, that they have yet to gain the respect and trust of employers and larger corporations? After doing a bit of research on Millennials, their traits, [...]

25 04, 2016

Clock In, Change the World!

By | April 25th, 2016|Career and Money|

Getting your employees to feel engaged and enthusiastic about working for your company is essential to create healthy and productive work environment. A great way to get them involved is by creating and implementing volunteer opportunities for them to participate [...]

18 04, 2016

How to BOMB Your Job Interview in 5 Simple Steps

By | April 18th, 2016|Career and Money|

Just about everyone, even well-seasoned and experienced individuals, can relate to the anxiety an upcoming job interview can induce. While it is important to focus on your strengths, weaknesses, and the experience you have related to the potential job, it’s [...]

11 04, 2016

Crafting the Perfect Elevator Speech

By | April 11th, 2016|Career and Money|

Picture this: You’re headed into your first day of work at a new job, as an intern. You haven’t met anybody besides the person who interviewed and hired you, and the person you will be job-shadowing today. However, when the [...]

4 04, 2016

Easy Ways to Budget Your Money

By | April 4th, 2016|Career and Money|

In the midst of tax season, refund anticipation, and spring break, it’s the perfect time to build healthy habits by learning how to budget your money. Below you will find 4 easy tips and methods that are worth a try [...]

11 02, 2016

Workplace Relationships: Building a Relationship with Your Boss

By | February 11th, 2016|Career and Money|

Have you ever heard the phrase “it’s not what you know, it’s who you know”? Most people apply this common strategy when trying to find a new job, but many forget how important this strategy is even after you’re seasoned [...]

16 12, 2015

Breaking Away From Burnout

By | December 16th, 2015|Career and Money|

“Choosing to laugh doesn’t undermine the serious work we have to do. It enables us to do it.” - Colleen Patrick-Goudreau, Let’s face it…BURNOUT is REAL!  If you feel overworked, undervalued, and have a lack of social support, then burnout [...]

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