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It’s Not How Good You Are, It’s How Good You Want To Be [Paul Arden]

How much can you learn from a former creative director at Saatchi & Saatchi? Paul Arden shows there are no limits to learning, as long as your mind is open. His book, “It’s Not How Good You Are, It’s How Good You Want To Be” is iconic when it comes to advice on how you […]

So You’re A Job Hopper. What Next?

We mentioned in a previous post that job hopping is one of the highest impediment in having your CV chosen from the pack (over 39% of recruiters would declare that job hopping is a negative mark that would determine them not to invite the applicant to an interview). But, as many of you finish university […]

Is Job Hopping An Impediment To Working In Startups?

Job hopping is still one of the major drawbacks for classic recruiters. The more jobs an employee switched during the year, the worse. According to a survey made by Bullhorn, global leader in recruiting software, over 39% of recruiters say that job-hopping is the single biggest obstacle for job seekers and it will stop your […]

Looking For A Job Is a Job

Finding the right job for you is not an easy process. I tend to consider that looking for a job is a job in itself, requiring structure, research, organization, planning and follow up. What does looking for a job imply? First thing first: you have to decide what you want to do. You have education […]

Learn By Doing

Break the conventional ways of learning, do first, learn while doing it, by doing it! This is the best advice one can give and follow. There is no better way of learning, of course if you actually want to apply your knowledge in the real life. You want to become a blogger? Start a blog, […]

Dilbert On Startups


Forget About Corporations, Work In Startups

I recently ran into an article published by TechChrunch’s James Altucher, who is drastically advising you to drop your day job and start something else, anything, as long as you don’t have to work for someone else. His advice is legit, corporations do kill innovation while encouraging you to be creative, and they do force […]

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