2017 was good to me. In terms of jobs, I have continued an upward trajectory. My husband and I traveled to Bali and South Korea. And with some discipline, I hit my saving goal. With the success of 2017, I am setting more aggressive goals for 2018.
Look for projects that will help build your portfolio. Sometimes they are in unusual places. I found one in my kitchen.
This is the case summary my team and I wrote and turned in for the 2013 Bateman competition.
Employers are looking for passionate employees and sometimes skiing makes it into the list of required skills.
In my last post I talked about four different kinds of friction found in business. Lets take a look at what happens when an industry faces too much friction.
Friction free. The idea is not new. In 1995, Bill Gates, published a book called The Road Ahead. In the book, there is a chapter dedicated to the "friction free economy." The idea, cut out anything that makes it hard to do business.
Staying focused, balanced and confident are all important life lessons I have learned from rock climbing.