I'm going to share a dirty little secret. A method to my madness, if you will. Something that has been adopted by some of my friends, and mocked all the same. But, heck, it's worked for me in the past!...
Everyone goes through the year of the wedding. When all of a sudden, your young professional social calendar is full of showers and nuptials and happily ever afters. Iâ€™ve heard many of you out there fretting. Tis the season
As young professionals, we're pretty awesome at making things happen. I've made many an introduction in the past, connecting people and projects together. We trust each otherâ€™s recos and referrals. So when my mentor told me she was introducing me to a family friend of hers, I didn't think twice. Maybe I should have
Dating isn't your forte? No problem. Thinking of it as networking, something most young professionals are probably already quite comfortable with. Maya Chendke breaks down the strategy and offers a few choice activities to facilitate that first meeting
Working incredibly long hours and building an active social life can be extremely rewarding, but eventually you'll hit the inactivity plateau if you find these commitments are taking away from being physically active. Here's how you can get back into the fitness mentality
You probably remember the Seinfeld episode where Elaine's boyfriend has the tendency to speak in close proximity. You may be beautiful, but close-talkers are excessive and downright obnoxious. Learn the trusty forearm block from Maya Chendke.
We all have a few "peckers" in our social or work life. Take that term any way you want â€“ it's several meanings probably define the type of person we're about to talk about in this article anyway. Here's how to avoid them and how to avoid being them
With packed social and work schedules, young professionals are increasingly avoiding setting aside a large chuck of time for a typical nighttime date. Maya Chendke explains why cramming your next date into your daytime routine is already setting the stage for the "friend zone"