Career Advice From Lauren Berger.
Many companies (like mine) have half-days before long weekends or weekends where Monday is a holiday.Most offices are open from 9AM to 1PM on those half-days.
Every day I work hard to scale my business, captain the ship, and empower my team.
They say rejection is the biggest fear of our generation. And it makes sense.We’ve all felt that awful stomach-twist when we get rejected – we feel like the wind was knocked out of us.
A military spouse is flexible, strong, and independent. The relocations, the deployments, being away from family – those are some among the many regular challenges that come with being a military spouse. Maintaining a successful career is not impossible, but it might as well be, as is a difficult and overwhelmingly common military spouse challenge.
This is a guest blog post written by Mercey Livingston. This September I attended a Career Insights Breakfast with Six Degrees Society and Lauren Berger at Bar Works in New York City.
You finally landed that first big job interview – congratulations!
I just had dinner with one of our former ambassadors who landed an awesome job after college but is learning that it might not be her forever.She really enjoys her job and finds it interesting but there is another industry that she thinks might interest her more.
I believe that improvement should be a part of our daily routine, so I sat down and thought about some things that we can all work on in our work lives.Below are 9 things you can do better at work today. Try these out and see yourself improve your workday.