Category: On The Job
Calculating Risk vs. Investment With Your Life Choices
Sometimes in life you can invest time and money with a guarantee to get what you want out of it, sometimes you can’t.
Long Term & Short Term Commitments: Which is Better? (Part II: Social, Housing, and Kids)
We have to make decisions on if we are going to play the long game or the short game for the big things in life!
Long Term or Short Term Commitments: Which is Better? (Part I: Education, Work, and Money)
How long do you want to commit to the big things in life?
Knowing the questions to ask takes life experience or an inquisitive mind.
I don’t need to, and I don’t want to!
In a perfect world, I would like people to have more freedom in life. I say perfect world, but in reality I’m talking about my insane dream world. The freedom I’m thinking about is mostly […]
Decision Makers and Decision Making
Understanding Decision Makers is Hard, this article can help you do it better!
Caustic Competition: Competitive attitudes and Personality Types
Everyone knows that competition is fierce in corporate world. But do you know what personality types align to that competitive attitude?
The Catch 22 of the Purple Squirrel
Being a Purple Squirrel is both BAD and GOOD.
I HATE Private Equity, Even Though I Know I Shouldn’t
Authors Note: This article was inspired by the fact that over the last month I have had three different interactions with people, from three different private equity buyouts, and every interaction was negative. As a […]
When Burn and Churn Creeps into Senior Management
Burn and Churn jobs are everywhere, but the negative issues relating to B&C get really bad when it’s a senior manager who’s constantly changing.