Cube Rules Links, January 30, 2015

Cube Rules Links

  Here’s what I’ve been saving up for you for the weekend: Believe in yourself! Jason Alba at notes that when we look for a job — especially after a layoff — we have to deal with relentless rejection. It’s true. His advice? “If you are that good, OWN IT!  Believe in yourself!” Yeah. […]

The top 10 interview mistakes

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Job interviews are a tough business. It takes a lot for the interview to go right and not very much to make the interview go south. Here’s a list of the arguably top ten interview mistakes you can make.   Infographic from Stevens-Henager College.

How an MBA can help your career


So you completed your graduation a long time ago and took up the most stable, well paying job on the market( at that time). It’s been only a few years but now the growth and the pay is no more as attractive as it used to be? You have all the technical knowhow of your […]

Cube Rules Links – Friday, January 23, 2015

Cube Rules Links

Here’s some great articles I’ve been saving up for your weekend reading. Saving them up for quite some time… Glassdoor is an 800-pound gorilla in the career space. Is that a good thing? Maybe not. In “How is Glassdoor a Thing?”, Laurie Ruettimann argues that giving a vendor what you should be doing in HR […]

5 Best Tips for Starting Your Job Hunt


Job hunting is serious work. In today’s competitive job market, you can’t sit on the sidelines and hope a job falls into your lap. But before you get out there and start seriously searching, you need to get organized, and you need to prioritize. Use these tips to jumpstart your job hunt. Figure Out What […]

6 powerful ways to categorize your tasks


Over the course of my career, I’ve attempted to find the best way to stay organized. And by organized, I mean putting tasks into categories and/or projects and then be drawn to use those lists to get things done. I’ve failed. I finally came to realize that there is no “one best way” to stay […]

6 Golden Guidelines to Workplace Success


When it comes to our professional life, all of us aspire for success. No one likes the ‘average’ label. No one aims to be ordinary. We all want stupendous success, and if you happen to be born a Millennial – roughly between the early 1980s to the early 2000s – you demand success as a […]