Published: Jan 31, 2011
Hands up if you would describe the job you're doing right now as your dream job.
Chances are, it probably isn't--and if it is, what on earth are you doing here? You should be off gloating somewhere, or maybe even finishing some of that work you love so much.
For those who aren't lucky enough to have landed the job of your dreams just yet, career expert Alexander Hiam has some handy advice on how you can turn your present situation into something more compelling--even if it your present situation is presently causing your brain to turn to mush.
Read Hiam's 5 Tips for Turning a Nightmare Job Into a Dream Job in Vault's career advice section. And while you're there, why not check out some of the other articles as well?
--Phil Stott, Vault.com
Welcome back to all our entrepreneurial minded friends, and to those who just want to learn a bit about how small businesses operate. We’ve got a whole bunch more of those pesky challenges to take care of, so if you haven’t read part one yet, you should do so first.
Greetings to all the aspiring entrepreneurs out there. Very recently we spoke about some common habits of the most successful entrepreneurs, and as promised, this time we’re going to tackle some of the biggest challenges new entrepreneurs face, along with effective strategies to overcome them.
A typical list of the scariest things in the world might include monsters living under your bed, Stephen King books, abandoned amusement parks, or…gulp…public speaking. Yes friends, for many, the act of speaking in front of a group of people brings about intense feelings of fear, anxiety, and dread.