As young professionals, we face a variety of challenges within the workplace. One particular challenge is coping with the negative image that some older coworkers and superiors may have of young professionals as a group. While every generation entering into...
If you still have photos of your party days, are still friends with some now-questionable types, or if old status updates about former jobs or relationships still linger on your timeline, you may want to consider spending a quick afternoon cleaning up your Facebook
Typical teenage angst leads many young people to develop the habit of nail biting, but did you know that approximately 25% of people carry this issue into early adult life? Whether due to anxiety, nervousness, boredom, or other deep-rooted issues, nail biting continues to be a common problem amongst young professionals
We driven, successful young professionals have a lot invested in our careers and business ventures. We take pride in our professional successes and are generally passionate about what we do. Naturally, if a fellow YP says or does something to offend or undermine us professionally, it will be remembered. Here are five things that may offend professionally
Nous avons tous un p’tit démon et un p’tit ange à l’intérieur de nous, nous influençant dans nos prises de décisions. Alors que nous évoluons, de jeune adulte vers un professionnel accompli, il est important de développer l’habileté de repousser nos impulsions pour ainsi défier ce petit démon
We all have that devil on one shoulder and the angel on the other, influencing us in our decision-making. As we transition from young adults into successful professionals, it is important to develop that key skill of impulse control in order to deny that little devil
While using language that your grandmother would surely refer to as â€œprofanityâ€ may be acceptable among certain peers in purely social situations, it isnâ€™t so much in the work place. Often, however, swear words have become so ingrained into a typical YP vocabulary that we donâ€™t even notice when we are using them â€“ or in whose presence. Here are some tips to control that potty mouth