Cube Rules Links – August 8, 2014

Cube Rules Links

Here’s what I’ve plucked out of the Internet (not all this week, since it has been a while….) for your Friday and weekend enjoyment. 4 Annoying Habits of CEO’s Anita Bruzzese has the four and tells it like it is: I think the reason I care what a CEO sounds like it because there are […]

Do you manage your career or manage your strategies?

Career transition

For years, I’ve contemplated why “career management” doesn’t happen. I’ve thought most people believe that they should manage their career, but few of us do that. It’s like saving for retirement: we all know we should do it and then we hit 60-years old and discover there isn’t much time left to save! Why don’t […]

Cube Rules Links — June 6, 2014

Cube Rules Links

Here’s what I’ve plucked out of the Internet (not all this week, since it has been a while….) for your Friday and weekend enjoyment. 5 predictions on the future of the resume This is really predictions about LinkedIn, so you should read it as such. Quote: As happens in the circle of forward thinkers and […]

Cube Rules Links — February 28, 2014

Cube Rules Links

  Here’s what I’ve been saving for you from the Internet this week. These are posts that don’t necessarily match up to my mission of supporting transitions in your career, but are about the career path. The best investment advice you’ll never get This is long, but if you read nothing else, read this one. […]

Cube Rules Links — February 21, 2014

Cube Rules Links

Here’s what I’ve been saving for you from the Internet this week… Companies squeeze 401(k) plans… From Facebook, to JPMorgan, to Whole Foods…and, of course, AOL. Good examples in this article. The crushingly expensive mistake that is killing your retirement This one is all about the fees you pay for those 401(k) mutual funds and […]

Cube Rules Links – February 7, 2014

Cube Rules Links

Here is what I have saved for you from the Internet: The 40-year slump. It’s a long read — but well worth it for understanding how income inequality started…back in 1974. “The steady stream of Watergate revelations, President Richard Nixon’s twists and turns to fend off disclosures, the impeachment hearings, and finally an unprecedented resignation—all […]

Cube Rules Links — January 31, 2014

Cube Rules Links

Here’s what I’ve been saving for you from the Internet: Job Search Depression, Job Search and Your Marriage, Job Search and Religion… And Simple Discouragement in a Long-Term Job Search. Jason Alba answers a question in a comment on one of his favorite (and relevant) blog posts: I Smell Blood. Typical Boomer Retirement Modest Compared […]

14 Career Tasks for 2014

14 career tasks for 2014

Time to close up 2013 and start looking at 2014. When I think about 2014, I want to come up with actionable, doable tasks that will help your career and job performance. Blue sky stuff doesn’t cut it; only things that lead you to employment security do. Let’s take a look at the list: 1. […]

Cube Rules Links – November 29, 2013

Cube Rules

Here’s what I saved for you this week of Thanksgiving here in the United States: The secret to stress free work It’s not what you think… 3 steps to get out there despite hating your job Of course, you can only hate your job for so long before, you know, you should go get a different […]