I’ve realized you can use a fork as a spoon if you use it rapidly enough.— John Mayer, singer/songwriter/guitarist
When Life Gives You Lessons
Unexpected changes can leave you feeling more hopeless than Steven Avery at the end of Making a Murderer. (Spoiler Alert.) Game changer and Chief Innovation Officer at GroupM, Cary Tilds talks about how to turn a potential nightmare into the job of your dreams.
If you can count on one thing, it’s that things aren’t always going to go as planned. (And hangovers most certainly get worse as you get older. #WineFlu.) Here’s how being flexible in the face of change gives you a competitive edge over the next gal.
Trouble seem to follow you around? Hate to break it to you, but it might be you. Good news though—you can fix these issues and get back in your boss’s good graces.
Given recent events, we thought it might be a good time to bring up some (less obvious) things you most definitely shouldn’t do at work. Take a look at a few of these no-no’s so you don’t end up on the naughty list. Or fired.