Success is gradual, not spontaneous. It is a collection of thousands and thousands of good life choices, marred with many regrettable choices. To succeed, regrettable choices need to be minimal. … Continue Reading 7 Really Common Habits That Are Holding You Back From Success
If you’ve never been overwhelmed by stress, you can stop reading this now. For everyone else, know that you’re not alone. Because EAs are skilled problem solvers, it shouldn’t come … Continue Reading 8 Stress Breakers That Actually Work
Supporting the needs of travelers at any level requires precision, attention to detail, an awareness of safety and grace under fire. There is, however, a level at which expectations begin … Continue Reading Managing Travel for High-Level Executives: Key Differences You Need to Know
When we asked EO members to share how being a parent and an entrepreneur overlap for them, we heard from Joel Patterson, a member of EO Dallas and founder of The … Continue Reading How Entrepreneurs Can Invest in Their Families
Beware these engineering mistakes for your early stage software startup In 2016, I gave technical advice to a first-time entrepreneur building a seed-funded food delivery marketplace. In my view, every … Continue Reading Four Startup Engineering Killers
For executive assistants (EAs) and others, note taking can seem like a tedious activity that doesn’t differ far from the Power Point or company hand out. Many executive assistants take … Continue Reading Tips and Tricks for the Diligent Note Taker
Are you thinking about quitting your job but you don’t know if you are doing it for the right reasons? It is a tough decision to leave any job. You … Continue Reading Time to quit your job? Here’s when you know you got to go!
My life as a High-Level Assistant for Chairmen/CEOs of Sony, MGM, Fox, & Executive Producers. These are my PERSONAL stories of being a “Jane of All Trades” to Fortune-ranked companies. … Continue Reading Interview Styles: How I Aced A Job Interview Without Selling Myself
Robots are never in resistance; we would do well to emulate them explains Graham Price We’re entering an age when robots are becoming better than humans at many things. They … Continue Reading So You Wouldn’t Want to be a Robot?
Maria Henze gives her top tips for dealing with back-to-work anxiety You know that sinking feeling, when you have had a wonderful holiday, a totally blissful break from inboxes and … Continue Reading Say Goodbye to the Post-Holiday Blues!
Early in my career, I was under two significant misconceptions. I thought that just because someone was my “manager,” that they, knew everything and had to be right about everything. … Continue Reading 8 Ways to Manage Your Manager
Investing in jobs or relationships is often a matter of course. With other people involved in the decision, it’s generally easy to find the motivation and support to do so. However, this … Continue Reading The importance of investing in yourself
EVERY STRANGER’S FACE hides a secret, but the smiles in this crowd conceal a big one: These people do not exist. They were generated by machine learning algorithms, for the purposes of probing … Continue Reading ARTIFICIAL INTELLIGENCE IS COMING FOR OUR FACES
Behind prison bars, there’s a strange ecosystem among inmates that involves bartering household goods, drug deals, and surprising debt spirals that can be hard to escape. Author Carl Cattermole explains. … Continue Reading Where tinned fish is hard currency
Aurora CEO Chris Urmson explains on The Vergecast Aurora CEO Chris Urmson stopped by The Vergecast to discuss the future of self-driving cars with Nilay Patel and Andrew Hawkins. They explore how … Continue Reading How long will it take to phase in driverless cars?
Check our IPO tracker for a glimpse at the performance of some of the biggest new public companies in tech. After years of only sporadic tech IPOs, the spigot has opened. … Continue Reading How the tech unicorns of 2019 are doing on the stock market