For sixty minutes every day you’re let loose from your cubicle confinement, so don’t waste your precious freedom by blowing $12 on a Tex-Mex combo platter. Use these 8 tips for saving money and eating well that will make your lunch hour at the office more than just the daily half way marker.
While considering it “semi-retirement” may sound cute, being laid off can suck. Ironically, it can also be the best thing to happen to you since you got that worthless Liberal Arts degree.
We’ve all been programmed to put being fired on the list of horrible happenstances, but does it deserve the bad rap?
The corporate world is calling with nice cars, fancy lunches, and guaranteed paychecks — if you’re willing to put your dream company on hold and sit in a low-walled prison five days a week. If you’re torn between stable income and the wish fulfillment of a bold new venture, listen up to someone who’s had the pleasure and pain of living in both worlds.
Think you’re already a pro at drinking? Your beer chug is down to 8 seconds and you’re throwing 80% at beer pong? Wrong kind of pro, buddy. We’re talking about drinking like a professional, and that means, among other rules, you don’t chug beers or throw ping pong balls with your boss.
In both the business world and your social life, small talk is a big deal. If you can’t hold a conversation, you might be missing out on everything from a great business deal to a wonderful and loving relationship. Find your conversations flowing smoother by tucking away these talking tidbits.
With the current economic crunch going on, keeping your job is as important to you as cutting costs is to your employer. Make sure you’re nowhere near the list of “expendables” by avoiding these traits that could make you history.
Grappling with an overreaching boss, addressing a jealous girlfriend, haggling with a car salesman, or dealing with a punk-ass at a bar, guys are instructed to just “man up.” But to handle the situation like a man AND get what you want you must learn the well-calculated craft of confrontation.
You work hard, you play hard – but what about when you need to do both without time to change? Discover the best choices for transitioning from the office to the bar effortlessly.
It’s been said, though we’re not sure by whom, that it is better to remain silent and be thought a fool than to open your mouth and remove all doubt. But sometimes we’ve got to open our mouths so use this handy guide to make sure, at the very least, you’re saying the words right.
Everyone wants to get ahead in life and in business. The corporate world is a tough playing field where just showing up doesn’t win games. Increase your odds of taking home the prize with these tips that’ll have you blowing past the competition on your way to the top.