Articles and tips to help you navigate your work
One of the things that really gets me riled up is looking at articles that claim to have great ideas for side hustles for women. The article is usually accompanied by a horrible stock image of a woman holding a baby while balancing a laptop. And the suggestions...
Figuring out when you should ask for a raise can be confusing. And because of that, most people ask too late. So when should you ask for a raise? It’s all broken down here.
I’ve been lucky so far to have a varied career. I started off as a CPA for PwC auditing large banks during the financial crisis (super interesting, incredibly exhausting). I went to business school at Duke to broaden my skillset and take me in a different direction...
Lucky for us, negotiation is a skill that can be learned. While I used to be the world’s worst negotiator (I can’t overemphasize how bad I was), I’ve learned from my mistakes. Here are 5 lessons I had to learn the hard way.
You want to make sure you’re being paid fairly, but you don’t know where to start. Here are 4 ways you can easily research your salary
Let me ask you a question: when was the last time you negotiated? I was reading a study earlier this week where they asked men and women to recount the last time they negotiated. Before reading the results of the study, I decided to ask myself the same thing: when was...
One of the core concepts at The Worth Project is to know your worth, and then ask for it. But what does knowing your worth mean? To us it's knowing what you love, what you want, and what you're capable of. And then it's going out and getting it. To help you get...
Feedback is a crucial part of improvement, but too often it can leave us doubting our abilities. Learn how to deal with the emotional side of constructive criticism.
Have you ever felt like a fraud? Like really wondered if you were capable of something – just waiting for someone to expose your faults or tell you that you’ve got it wrong.
Having a strong message not only opens doors, it makes me feel that much better about who I am, what I do, and what my future holds.
Two things I learned about the “career ladder”: (1) I didn’t like one ladder enough to spend 40 years on it and that’s ok, and (2) the ladder is changing.
Seek out and create opportunities that put your interests first, rather than seeking out opportunities that put a guide for promotion first.