When I was a young lad, I was told by my mother, "Brian, you have two ears and one mouth. Use them in that proportion." I am the first to admit, I don't always follow this good advice. I try, though, as much as I can. For all the skills we talk
Sometimes, when we are either just starting off in our professional life or when we've been between jobs for way longer than we anticipated, we get to the point where we feel like we will take just about any job that's offered to us. We've all been
I just turned 40 last week. I don't feel I'm any older, but I've noticed some white hairs creeping in here and there, my wrinkles are getting a little deeper on my face, I started making some grunts when I get up from the chair, and I started falling
Between the upcoming college/university career fairs and all the other job fairs happening throughout the area, the networking calendars are quickly filling up for the next couple months. Having attended many of these during my years as a Recruiter,
It's that time of year again, when parents are driving little Johnny or Suzy to college to help them move into their dormitory. They've gotten their child everything they need to survive, go to class, and hopefully accomplish something great. But
Brian Young It's easy to get frustrated with ourselves when we make a seemingly silly mistake. Most of the time, though, it's not justified. The best way to respond to mistakes is to keep it in perspective and make sure you don't do it again.