How to Leave Your Ego at the Door | LinkedIn

People often misidentify self-confidence for egotistical behaviour, and vice versa. These two have a very distinct difference. Confidence is usually backed with logic, reasoning or experience. An egotistical stance, on the other hand, might be backed with, well, some sort of inflexible stubbornness or heavy feeling of accomplishment. Egos — big egos, especially — can be dangerous. They deter…

How To Pack A Suit – Business Insider

Men have two goals when they pack— The first goal is to economize space while still having enough clothing to keep up appearances.  The second is to pack in a way that is best for your clothing; essentially, in a manner that will limit the possibility of creasing, wrinkling, stress and stains. Before we get into…

Unprecedented Demand for Accounting Grads | LinkedIn

Bolstering reports of a suddenly surging profession with a high demand for top talent, CPA firms are hiring a record number of graduates. At the same time, the pipeline of accounting students is bulging, suggesting to some that the continuing high demand for new recruits can be met by newly minted graduates for the next…

Six Questions That Will Ease Your Mind Before an Interview

As you gear up for an interview, you’re likely agonizing over the questions you’ll be asked, the answers you’ll give, and how to make the best possible first impression. Most of your preparation will probably focus on the time you spend face-to-face with your interviewer. But to be 100% prepared, there are a few things…

Making A Great Second Impression – Business Insider

Everyone knows that first impressions are important. As such, almost everyone in business has already honed their appearance, smile, and handshake. But often that means first impressions are all similar and forgettable. What isn’t forgettable and, indeed, what defines you as a businessperson is the second impression. This takes place after the ritual greetings, when…