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How An Inspiring Quote Can Save You From Burnout

Have you ever tried to capture lightning in a bottle? Ok, that may be a tall order. How about bottling up a little dose of inspiration you can turn to every now and then? It can come in the form of a quote that left an indelible mark during your college days or a sparkling insight a speaker shared during a career orientation. Wouldn’t it be great to have cherished words you can turn to when your inspiration-o-meter is running low or when getting the feeling work has taken over your life?Here’s a

Power Poses to Boost Your Confidence For Job Interviews

A job interview often feels like a trip to the executioner, whether you’re a fresh grad hunting for work [https://www.kalibrr.com/advice/2015/03/choosing-your-first-job/] or a seasoned veteran searching for greener pastures. In fact, merely showing up for it can already cause you all kinds of unexpected stress. Entering an unfamiliar office, getting weird looks from your potential officemates, and awkwardly waiting for your (most likely late) interviewer – all these can make you feel more jitte

5 Types of Mentors to Help you Grow Your Career

Fresh graduates in the house, are you ready to take the leap into the colorful world of employment? Unlike learning to ride a bike, there are no training wheels for your new environment. The closest thing you have to a safety blanket is a reliable guide who can push you the way you need to be pushed - a mentor. During a five-day immersion program in the Philippines as part of the 2014 Filipino-American Youth Leadership Program (FYLPro) of the Philippine Embassy in the United States, Filipino

The Difference Between A Boss And A Leader (Infographic)

Are you working for a boss or are you working for a leader? In unfortunate working situations, those two words don’t always mean the same thing. How do you spot one from the other? Here are a few things to consider:1. A boss commands. A leader instructs after taking the time to listen to his people. [https://www.kalibrr.com/advice/wp-content/uploads/2015/03/BvsL-12.jpg]Boss: Do this, then that. And when you’re done, do it all over again.Leader: Are these things doable in this time frame?

How An Inspiring Quote Can Save You From Burnout

Have you ever tried to capture lightning in a bottle? Ok, that may be a tall order. How about bottling up a little dose of inspiration you can turn to every now and then? It can come in the form of a quote that left an indelible mark during your college days or a sparkling insight a speaker shared during a career orientation. Wouldn’t it be great to have cherished words you can turn to when your inspiration-o-meter is running low or when getting the feeling work has taken over your life?Here’s a

Power Poses to Boost Your Confidence For Job Interviews

A job interview often feels like a trip to the executioner, whether you’re a fresh grad hunting for work [https://www.kalibrr.com/advice/2015/03/choosing-your-first-job/] or a seasoned veteran searching for greener pastures. In fact, merely showing up for it can already cause you all kinds of unexpected stress. Entering an unfamiliar office, getting weird looks from your potential officemates, and awkwardly waiting for your (most likely late) interviewer – all these can make you feel more jitte

5 Types of Mentors to Help you Grow Your Career

Fresh graduates in the house, are you ready to take the leap into the colorful world of employment? Unlike learning to ride a bike, there are no training wheels for your new environment. The closest thing you have to a safety blanket is a reliable guide who can push you the way you need to be pushed - a mentor. During a five-day immersion program in the Philippines as part of the 2014 Filipino-American Youth Leadership Program (FYLPro) of the Philippine Embassy in the United States, Filipino

The Difference Between A Boss And A Leader (Infographic)

Are you working for a boss or are you working for a leader? In unfortunate working situations, those two words don’t always mean the same thing. How do you spot one from the other? Here are a few things to consider:1. A boss commands. A leader instructs after taking the time to listen to his people. [https://www.kalibrr.com/advice/wp-content/uploads/2015/03/BvsL-12.jpg]Boss: Do this, then that. And when you’re done, do it all over again.Leader: Are these things doable in this time frame?

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