Wouldn't it be nice if life came with a manual? You wouldn't have to worry about whether you're doing something right or wrong, because your handy manual would navigate you seamlessly through the ins and outs of your life and career. Unfortunately, life doesn't come with a manual, but it does, typically, come with a mother – and that's pretty much the same thing. Here are five reasons why mother knows best when it comes to your career.
Like it or not, we'll be involved in some sort of argument or disagreement with our colleagues over the course of our career. It's a given that views on what's best for our companies and customers will vary from time to time. Even superheroes aren't immune to a difference of opinion every now and then; we're all waiting anxiously to see how Captain America, Iron Man, and the rest of The Avengers resolve their differences in what's likely to be the summer’s first blockbuster, Captain America: Civil War.
If you're a millennial like me, you might recall learning all the tricks of the beast that is Microsoft Excel back in your high school days, or even college. But let's be real for a quick minute. A lot of time has passed, and you probably don't remember all the time-saving tricks your teachers so graciously showed you back in the day. Knowing how to use Excel efficiently can streamline your work and make you more productive. So if your memory is fuzzy, take note of these easy and super basic Excel tricks that will make you look smarter at work and save you a lot of time.
We all know that going to college increases the chance that you will eventually have a high-paying career. But attending college is an investment. It costs both time and money, and it isn't necessarily the best path for everyone. In any case, there are still people out there who have great, high-paying jobs who didn't have to attend college. Let's check them out with commentary from a recent AskReddit.