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  • What to Do in the Face of an Aggressive Conversation

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    Jason Wong
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    Mar 18, 2016

    When it comes to business, it’s important to be passionate, but also to be levelheaded and rational. Sometimes that’s easier said than done, and when something as important as your career is on the line, interactions can turn ugly. So what do you do if you find yourself facing someone who’s gotten too hot under the collar? The Harvard Business Review has some suggestions on steps to take to deescalate the situation.

  • Three Tips to Get Over Your Imposter Syndrome

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    Jason Wong
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    Mar 16, 2016

    We’ve all heard the old adage, “you are your own worst enemy,” and imposter syndrome is an unfortunate example of just how you can get in the way of your own success. After all, if you don’t feel that you have what it takes to succeed; it’s unlikely that others, whether they are clients or colleagues, will feel you do. So what can you do to get over your feelings of inadequacy? Inc has a few tips for you to bear in mind when you’re feeling like your best isn’t enough.

  • How to Stand Out Your First Few Days on the Job

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    Jason Wong
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    Mar 15, 2016

    When it’s your first day on the job, it’s easy to feel like you’re the least experienced person on the team, and maybe you are. First off, it’s important to keep in mind that you *are* qualified – they wouldn’t have hired you otherwise. Second, there are some things you can do to lose your “newbie” status quickly; here are three tips from The Daily Muse on how:

  • How to Leave Your Job Gracefully

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    Jason Wong
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    Mar 11, 2016

    For the majority of the last century, it was not uncommon for people to stay with their company for the majority of their career. However, the new common wisdom is that the fastest way to move up in your career is to switch jobs every 2-3 years. That’s a big difference from the 40+ years your grandparents likely put into their jobs! Unfortunately, leaving your job can be awkward, and worse; can elicit bad feelings from both parties if not handled properly. Here are some tips from Time to ease the transition:

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