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🔍Read Full Article The Myth of the Millennial Generation

New The Myth of the Millennial Generation

0 Comments 🕔13:48, 25.Mar 2014

I was recently contacted by Julie Sweet, the associate editor at and she asked that I share an infographic her and her colleagures recently created. The infographic presents information about how Generation Y is an especially civic minded generation, despite the hardships they face in finding a job in today’s economy. was established in partnership with the UNC School of Government to be a helpful resource for aspiring public administration and government professionals. Our goal is to

🔍Read Full Article Software Advice’s BAE Principles

Software Advice’s BAE Principles

3 Comments 🕔09:53, 26.Sep 2013

Recently, Software Advice wrote on their Bad-Ass Execution Principles -- a modern take on the classic guide to organization by David Allen, Getting Things Done. They’ve taken a proactive approach to prioritization and organization and have updated the principles to reflect the use of web-based applications like Basecamp, Gmail and Google Calendar. Getting Stuff Done Around the office, Software Advice uses a more colloquial expression, but you get the gist of it. Write it down. If you want to

🔍Read Full Article Never, Never Move Closer to Work

Never, Never Move Closer to Work

0 Comments 🕔21:40, 13.Sep 2013

I hear it all the time, my commute sucks. I need to move closer to work. I drive too much. Traffic sucks. Gas prices are killing me. Road rage is taking years off my life. All the time I hear these people bitch about this many of the cases it's the voices in my head, but I bet there are others out there. Few us have the luxury of living in a locations where walking,

🔍Read Full Article Advice for First-Time Managers

Advice for First-Time Managers

0 Comments 🕔07:06, 21.May 2012

Advice for First-Time Managers, From First-Time Managers There’s often a period of uncertainty and confusion that comes with a promotion, especially when that promotion means also having to manage a new team of people. If you’re a first-time manager, you may feel a little uneasy about the fact that you’re now responsible for the growth and well-being of an entire team. To help you out, I spoke with a few recently-appointed managers and an executive coach to get

🔍Read Full Article Are Multitaskers Really More Productive?

Are Multitaskers Really More Productive?

0 Comments 🕔15:47, 08.Jun 2011

I often hear—especially from the Gen Y crowd—that “I am a multitasker” and therefore more productive than those that are not. At face value that makes sense. Someone that can do more than one task at the same time should be able to complete more tasks in less time. Seems logical and even mathematically correct, however a recent study from Stanford University might change your mind. Generation Y professionals grew up in an environment where listening

🔍Read Full Article Stop Sending Fucking Image Email Signatures!

Stop Sending Fucking Image Email Signatures!

1 Comment 🕔13:02, 23.May 2011

I receive a lot of email each day. I like to think it’s because I’m important, but the reality is the important people receive less email since they have other people filtering the messages before it hits their inbox. The problem I have—other than the fact I do not have a lackey filtering my messages—is I receive many emails with attachments. Yes, I know this is commonplace for everyone, but I would venture to say