“Personal finance is more personal than finance.” There are so many factors that affect a person or family’s finances: where you live, what career path you take, how much financial support you receive from family, good luck, bad luck, how much money you make, poor choices, hard work, student loans, healthcare spending, a lack of education or understanding about how to run your own finances, what your lifestyle inflation looks like, what your personal relationship is with money and the list could go on and on. Ben Carlson offers some common-sense guidelines.
The easier you make it for people to understand what you’re all about, and why they should care about you, the better the odds are that they’re going to want to know you, interview you, or drop everything to hire you. Most people, however, when faced with the task of shouting out what’s so great about themselves go about it in a way that comes out all wrong and leaves those on the receiving end with the wrong impression. Just how do you make it abundantly clear that you’re great at what you do without coming off like you’re full of yourself? Have a look at these four quick ways.
Wikipedia defines crowdsourcing as “a distributed problem-solving and production model … problems are broadcast to an unknown group of solvers [‘the crowd’] in the form of an open call for solutions.”
Crowdsourcing has virtually endless applications – have a look at these real-world examples.
Analysis of the 2015 National Management Salary Survey of 72,000 UK managers reveals that women working in equivalent full-time roles earn 22% less than men, meaning that they’re unpaid for a total of 57 working days every year. Gender Pay Gap Infographic
Knowing your VISA (values, interests, skills, and abilities), could mean you don’t have to swim in a sea of job possibilities. You know what keywords to look for in a job ad and what questions to ask in an interview. Read here what these values, interests, skills, and abilities are.