Royal Treatment: Sarah Epperson Makes All The Right Moves in K.C.
Royal Treatment: Sarah Epperson Makes All The Right Moves in K.C.
/ December 17, 2013 0 COMMENTS

Sarah Epperson came to Worldwide Express after two years in sales for a copier business, and she was eager to take on the challenge. “My biggest thing was I had to dive into it headfirst, and in doing that I would learn so much more,” she says. “So anything I didn’t know how to do…

So You’re Getting Close to College Graduation. Now What?
So You’re Getting Close to College Graduation. Now What?
/ December 12, 2013 0 COMMENTS

Graduation is around the corner, and, for many college seniors, the pressure to find a job is an overwhelming addition to the semester stresses you’re already dealing with. Realizing you might not land in the career field you trained for is terrifying, but so is the idea of not getting a job at all. Too…

‘Top 25′ Honor Shows Great Career Options at WWE
‘Top 25′ Honor Shows Great Career Options at WWE
/ December 10, 2013 0 COMMENTS

Need more evidence that Worldwide Express is a dynamic, growing company and a great place to start your new sales career? Here’s something: WWE was recently named by the trade journal Transport Topics as a “Top 25 Freight Brokerage Firm.” The rankings, published Nov. 4, compare the size and breadth of freight service for the…

Introvert or Extrovert? Ideally, a Sales Professional Should Be Both
Introvert or Extrovert? Ideally, a Sales Professional Should Be Both
/ December 5, 2013 0 COMMENTS

It’s not difficult to distinguish between an introvert and an extrovert. Those who thrive in social settings and seem like they have caffeine running through their veins are extroverts. Those who are more comfortable cuddled alone on a couch than in a crowded club are probably introverts. Who do you think would be better for…

What Taylor Swift Can Teach You About Career Longevity (Seriously)
What Taylor Swift Can Teach You About Career Longevity (Seriously)
/ December 3, 2013 0 COMMENTS

Love her or hate her, you can’t deny her staying power. Taylor Swift has been topping charts since 2006 and holds numerous records, including the iTunes record for highest-ever first-week album sales. At just 23, she’s in the top 10 of the Forbes Celebrity 100 list and was the highest-paid woman in music in 2012….

Greg Levine: A Former Football Coach Scores with WWE-Ventura
Greg Levine: A Former Football Coach Scores with WWE-Ventura
/ November 26, 2013 0 COMMENTS

Greg Levine grew up in Calabasas, Calf. — known now as the home of such tabloid celebrities as Justin Bieber and the Kardashian family. Levine is quick to specify that he has moved on to Westlake Village, Calif. “I grew up [in Calabasas] before it was what it is now,” he says with a laugh. He…

11 Ways to Avoid the Afternoon Crash
11 Ways to Avoid the Afternoon Crash
/ November 21, 2013 0 COMMENTS

Sometimes just getting through the last few hours of work is more difficult than coming in early on a Monday. The fluorescent lights seem brighter, your eyes get heavier and your to-do list seems impossible to finish. Welcome to the dreaded afternoon crash. There are many reasons people feel unbearably tired around 2 p.m. or…

How Narrow-Bracketing Affects Your Job Interview
How Narrow-Bracketing Affects Your Job Interview
/ November 19, 2013 0 COMMENTS

There are few things more nerve-racking than job interviews, especially if you’re fresh out of college and trying to break into your career field. You can study the company, have mock interviews and dry clean your best suit. Success is not guaranteed. However, there are some ways you can improve your chances at landing that…

How to Keep Work from Killing Your Body
How to Keep Work from Killing Your Body
/ November 14, 2013 0 COMMENTS

Congratulations. You’ve landed a killer job at one of the best companies to work for in your industry. The employees are nice and the salary is great, but you get home at night and you’re worn out. Even the simplest tasks, such as grocery shopping or stopping to get gas, seem impossible. Before hopping on…

How to Approach Your First Major Presentation at Work
How to Approach Your First Major Presentation at Work
/ November 12, 2013 0 COMMENTS

Public speaking is one of the most common fears, right up there with arachnophobia (spiders), acrophobia (heights) and cynophobia (dogs). Roughly 15 million Americans have a social fear, and speaking in public ranks high on the list of their terrors, according to the Anxiety Disorders Association of America. Why is public speaking so terrifying? It…