Career Transition for Creative People

Carol Eikleberry, Ph.D, has written a career guide for creative and unconventional people. Her 2007 book holds up… Continue reading “Career Transition for Creative People”…

How to Handle Oddball Interview Questions

If these questions amuse you, go ahead and laugh. Your reviewers thought carefully to come up with silly questions that might encourage you to reveal your sense of humor. Continue reading “How to Handle Oddball Interview Questions”…

Guest Post: Ready for a Career Change? Try an MBA

If you’re interested in switching careers through an MBA, you'll want to do some soul searching before you apply to a particular program. While an MBA may be an excellent vehicle for career change, it may also require a hefty investment. Therefore, it’s a good idea to figure out where you want your MBA to lead you before you pursue this degree. That process might also help you compile a stronger application essay that contains carefully planned long-term career goals. Continue reading “Guest Post: Ready for a Career Change? Try an MBA”…

Be Yourself

“Be yourself. Everyone else is taken.” Oscar Wilde Continue reading “Be Yourself”…

Giving Up on Goals

It might seem counterintuitive to take career advice from someone who has made his living poking fun of work. But Scott Adams, creator of the Dilbert cartoon series, is a deep thinker (as most funny people are.) His recent Wall Street Journal essay on goals is a great example of inspired career advice. Continue reading “Giving Up on Goals”…