By Todd Dewett | Wednesday, September 03, 2014
One of the trickiest things you’ll ever have to do at work is deal with a public insult—especially one you didn’t see coming—and especially one delivered by your boss!
You’re sitting there in front of colleagues, possibly even clients, and your intelligence, work ethic, or judgment are questioned for all to see.
By David Rivers | Sunday, August 31, 2014
There’s a motto I value and it can really help students who are in the midst of another school year: “Manage your work; don’t let it manage you.”
Of course, this is much easier said than done. That’s why I’d like to share these time-management tips to help students stay in control, reduce stress levels, and enjoy a happier school year!
By Todd Dewett | Wednesday, August 27, 2014
Here’s an uncomfortable but inevitable truth: Sooner or later, we all have to work for people we don’t like!
Hopefully, this won’t happen to you too often—and when it does, let’s hope it doesn’t last.
But when you’re in the middle of it, you need to know how to effectively navigate the situation.
By Terry Lee Stone | Tuesday, August 26, 2014
After years of working as an employee for several design firms, I came to freelancing later in my career—and found that I needed to acquire a few new skills.
Here are some things I’ve learned as a freelancer:
By Judy Steiner-Williams | Monday, August 25, 2014
The thought of researching and writing a paper can be intimidating.
Your syllabus lists four research paper assignments. Questions begin swirling through your mind: Where do I start? What format should I use? And most importantly—how do I get an A?
I’ll answer these questions and more, and show you the three easy steps to writing a research paper to impress your professors:
By Jess Stratton | Monday, August 25, 2014
In many online calendar apps, such as Google Calendar and Outlook.com, you can get a daily email of all your appointments for the day. It’s one email, and it contains a digest view of your entire day.
In this week’s Monday Productivity Pointers, I’ll show you what the email looks like, and how to enable the feature in both Google Calendar as well as Outlook.com.
By David Rivers | Saturday, August 23, 2014
Back-to-school month is an exciting time for everyone in the family. But if you’re not ready, it can become one of the most stressful times of the year.
You can avoid start-of-the-school-year panic if you’re organized—and Evernote can help.
By Nick Brazzi | Friday, August 22, 2014
Earlier this month, Facebook made a move that sparked lots of controversy on the Internet. That’s a statement that’s been made about many Facebook moves over the years. But this time we’re talking about Facebook Messenger—a handy little smartphone app that gives users access to Facebook messages.
Facebook messages are private, like email or chat messages; they can only be seen by the people involved in, and invited to, the conversation. So messages are very different from public wall posts and status updates.
The Facebook Messenger app has been around for a while. Justin Seeley covered it very well in his Up and Running with Facebook course. What’s changed is that Facebook has made the move to require all users of the Facebook smartphone app to switch to Facebook Messenger to access messages. That means the only way to work with Facebook messages on an iPhone or Android is to install and use the Facebook Messenger app. But that’s only half of the story.
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