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Career advice from Inside the Boxing Ring

Boxing is a career many men and women aspire to but, getting punched in the face isn't necessarily for all of us. So what could you learn from an athlete whose realm is inside the boxing ring? A lot, if you ask Underground Elephant CEO Jason Kulpa. In this article from Kulpa, he cites former world champion boxer Paul “The Ultimate” Vaden [http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Paul_Vaden] as his trainer, life coach, and business consultant all rolled into one. Under the guidance of Vaden, Kulpa has lea

7 Personality Types of Great Future Leaders

Are leaders made, born, or both? Nature or nurture? It's a tough nut to crack but one thing we're sure of  is that potential leaders start in the ranks just like everyone else and eventually rise up. They're seen, observed, and chosen. But, how? One of the key functions of being a leader is to identify future leaders and grow them into the visionaries they can be. Future leaders are a valuable part of a company's arsenal and it makes sense that leaders invest not only in people who can replac

5 Asia Pacific College Courses to Help Build Your IT Career

From the giant desktops of the 1980’s to the sleek iPads of today, the world of technology is always moving forward and upward. It follows that to be a fully capable member of today's information technology (I.T.) workforce, you're going to need to be well-equipped with the tools and skills for the ever-changing landscape of the tech world. If you're looking to nail those tools and skills down, the Asia Pacific College (APC) in Manila is worth taking a second look at. Established by IBM Phili

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

Career advice from Inside the Boxing Ring

Boxing is a career many men and women aspire to but, getting punched in the face isn't necessarily for all of us. So what could you learn from an athlete whose realm is inside the boxing ring? A lot, if you ask Underground Elephant CEO Jason Kulpa. In this article from Kulpa, he cites former world champion boxer Paul “The Ultimate” Vaden [http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Paul_Vaden] as his trainer, life coach, and business consultant all rolled into one. Under the guidance of Vaden, Kulpa has lea

7 Personality Types of Great Future Leaders

Are leaders made, born, or both? Nature or nurture? It's a tough nut to crack but one thing we're sure of  is that potential leaders start in the ranks just like everyone else and eventually rise up. They're seen, observed, and chosen. But, how? One of the key functions of being a leader is to identify future leaders and grow them into the visionaries they can be. Future leaders are a valuable part of a company's arsenal and it makes sense that leaders invest not only in people who can replac

5 Asia Pacific College Courses to Help Build Your IT Career

From the giant desktops of the 1980’s to the sleek iPads of today, the world of technology is always moving forward and upward. It follows that to be a fully capable member of today's information technology (I.T.) workforce, you're going to need to be well-equipped with the tools and skills for the ever-changing landscape of the tech world. If you're looking to nail those tools and skills down, the Asia Pacific College (APC) in Manila is worth taking a second look at. Established by IBM Phili

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

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