4 Practical Tips to Use in Your New Job
4 Practical Tips to Use in Your New Job
/ August 13, 2013 0 COMMENTS

If you’ve recently graduated, you’ve probably figured out that jobs out of college are not as cool as you thought they’d be – if you’re lucky enough to even have a job. Just because you’re starting out in an entry-level sales job does not mean you shouldn’t take it seriously. To the contrary, how hard…

How to Avoid the Late-Summer Doldrums at Work
How to Avoid the Late-Summer Doldrums at Work
/ August 8, 2013 0 COMMENTS

One of the most difficult aspects of transitioning from college-life to your career, aside from not sleeping until noon, is realizing that summer vacation is a thing of the past. Losing those three months of down time is a huge adjustment. But it’s not just young professionals that lose focus during the summer. A recent…

WWE Spotlight: Lisa Marin’s Career is Rolling in the Motor City
WWE Spotlight: Lisa Marin’s Career is Rolling in the Motor City
/ August 6, 2013 0 COMMENTS

Lisa Marin was already having a big week. She had just started her job with Worldwide Express on a Tuesday. And on that Friday, she got engaged. “So as far as time management goes, that’s very important in the job,” she says. “It’s all I’ve been doing the past year: work and wedding, work and…

5 Tips for Moving Up the Career Ladder
5 Tips for Moving Up the Career Ladder
/ August 1, 2013 0 COMMENTS

Few people have their ultimate “dream job.” Most of us try to move in that direction, putting our careers on a path to professional happiness.  That means earning promotions along the way. But moving up can be tricky, especially when you pass others on your way. Here are five tips to navigate that ladder.

Go Ahead with Happy Hour. Just Be Careful.
Go Ahead with Happy Hour. Just Be Careful.
/ July 30, 2013 0 COMMENTS

Let’s talk happy hour — that wonderful block of time after work when you can get a beer for less than $8. You can kick back with your peers, or talk business with a prospective client in a more casual, loose atmosphere. But any situation with alcohol calls for care. It’s way too easy to…

WWE’s Joe Douglas Enjoys Sunny SoCal and the Dizzying Pace of Business
WWE’s Joe Douglas Enjoys Sunny SoCal and the Dizzying Pace of Business
/ July 25, 2013 0 COMMENTS

Ask Joe Douglas what his typical day is like, and you might get a little dizzy listening to his answer. “I get into the office and answer a few emails and take care of some admin work,” says the account executive for Worldwide Express’ Orange County, Calif., office. “Then I’ll start hitting the phones and…

Drowning in student loan debt? Here’s how to keep yourself afloat.
Drowning in student loan debt? Here’s how to keep yourself afloat.
/ July 23, 2013 0 COMMENTS

Frugal living is a college student’s right of passage – Taco Bell, Ramen, attending an event just for the free food. Everyone does it. Until, of course, you get out of school and start filtering jobs for graduates. Once you land somewhere, you can finally afford real food. But many college graduates continue to grapple…

8 Interview Tips You Haven’t Already Heard a Hundred Times
8 Interview Tips You Haven’t Already Heard a Hundred Times
/ July 18, 2013 0 COMMENTS

Preparing for a job interview can sometimes be more stressful than the first day of your new entry-level sales job. Asking for advice can be helpful, but it’s important to know which tips to follow and which tips to ignore. Before the Interview 1.    Study Up. Going into an interview without reading about the company…

4 Ways to Assess Your Career Trajectory
4 Ways to Assess Your Career Trajectory
/ July 16, 2013 0 COMMENTS

They say that breaking up is hard to do, especially if the breakup costs you your salary, security and sense of achievement. So quitting a job before you have another is probably a bad move rooted in emotion. On the other hand, sticking with a job just for the benefits isn’t ideal, either. What you…

Not a Morning Person? 5 Ways to Start Your Workday Right
Not a Morning Person? 5 Ways to Start Your Workday Right
/ July 11, 2013 0 COMMENTS

There are morning people, and there are those who curse the sunrise. But we all have to get up and go to work. Especially in your entry level sales job, you need to make a good impression. For the grumblers, no one is expecting you to stroll into the office with a wild grin and…