Special treat today, readers! Taylor Landis of Skutchi Designs has the mic. Get this: Skutchi is a designer of office cubicles. Zoinks! Talk about letting the fox into the hen-house... Don't worry, we're not trying to sell you guys new cubes or anything (this is NOT a … [Read more...] about How This Millennial Plans to Survive Her Cubicle Job Years
How to be a Career Genius
Not a title you expected? Me either, frankly. But you start to think about certain things when the weekend is consumed by never-ending snow, and you come down with some nasty stomach virus. Monday rolls around, and you're still at home, feeling like hell, and actually … [Read more...] about What I Love About My Day Job (Or, Things You Don’t Think You’ll Miss Until After You’ve Retired)
About seven years into my career, having just turned 29, I got canned. This was well over a decade ago, my millennial friends. I didn't believe it at the time, but looking back, getting laid off was clearly a blessing in disguise. There were a number of factors that made … [Read more...] about Getting Laid off: A Blessing in Disguise?
Dwight D. Eisenhower. World War II General (and Supreme Leader of the European Theater... You know, D-Day?) and later, President of the United States. You can't get more productive than that! In fact, he was the first president to play golf more than he worked. Well, … [Read more...] about Get More Productive: With the Eisenhower Box
While Cubert and his family spend a little vacation time in the Desert Southwest, his mighty friends have offered to step-in with some excellent content. Today, I'm excited to have my Minneapolis brother, Adam, from CrispyCabbage.com take center-stage. Adam is not only a … [Read more...] about Let the Robots Have Our Crappy Jobs (We’ve Got Better Things to Do)