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Remaining in your comfort zone for long can derail your career. Here are 5 reasons why

To avoid being displaced by someone who is willing to work for less or by new technology, step out of your comfort zone and seek avenues that make you more valuable for your firm as well as for the market where you will face stiffer competition.

Do you lack confidence in your abilities at work? Try these 6 steps

Have you had your early life decisions taken for you? It is not unusual to have the education and initial career choices made by elders or even by the peer group. Your imposter syndrome may thus be rooted in a lack of confidence in your own wisdom.

How emotional intelligence can help you succeed

When you create your identity through your job, your primary underlying emotion is fear which blinds you to good opportunities.

Why women need to work

Affluence has led to many women choosing not to work, with adverse outcomes.

Follow these 5Cs for a successful career

Follow these 5Cs for a successful career

​​If you pick a reasonably good job or career, you are the only one who has the power of making it great by working at it.

5 bad habits that are destroying your career

Here are the five bad habits that are ruining your professional life.

Not being able to sell yourself will kill your career

By Devashish ChakravartyAre you a salesperson? “Of course not. I am an accountant (or something else).” That’s the common internal story of most professionals. Sales is the process of comm

Seeking a job? Follow these dos & don’ts for your social media

Social media can be a helpful tool in finding a job. Platforms like Linkedin, Twitter, Instagram, YouTube, Facebook and the likes can not only help you find a job but also connect you with

6 lessons from a woman's entrepreneurial journey from cook to caterer

Surveys show that only a small percentage of contractors working in the informal segment are willing to go back to formal employment. Why is this the case?

You can easily get replaced at work if you don't do this

You can easily get replaced at work if you don't do this

Making a habit of continuously learning will increase your cumulative knowledge and thus your chances of finding a suitable application for a proble

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