careers, failure, job interview, shortcomings, success

Xiao Lin’s Interview Failure Changed His Life

Xiao Lin was a top student majoring in marketing from a designated key college. After graduating, he faced several twists and turns in finding his direction in life. He persevered and was successful in getting the opportunity for an interview with a well-known international company. His failure turned into success and changed his life. The ...

Michael Segarty

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Time Management: Monitor Your Daily Activities to Accomplish More

There are so many tasks and activities to complete every single day, and time flies by very quickly. Managing your valuable time is something you can learn how to do to increase your productivity, achievements, and success. For better time management, you may find these tips helpful to track your progress throughout the day.  “Time ...

Armin Auctor

Time Management is a valuable skill everyone can learn.

Don’t Like Your Job? Here’s What You Need to Do

There was a time when you dreamt of leaving school and earning money on your own. You’ve set up fantasies of what you want to be in the future — what you want to do for the rest of your life — and then the time comes that you finally land your dream job. Starting ...

Armin Auctor

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The 5 Best Jobs for Millennials

Millennials are now estimated to be one of the biggest demographics of the United States workforce. A millennial usually looks at five factors when considering whether or not to accept a job — salary, work-life balance, the stress level of the job, upward mobility, and future job prospects. Here are some of the best jobs ...

Nspirement Staff

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The Walk From Brain Drain to Brain Gain

Before the onslaught of “Westernization,” India grappled with the severe consequences of “brain drain.” Many Indian students between 20 and 30 years of age, who had just received their degrees or training, chose to migrate to the U.S. or U.K. with prospects of better jobs and lifestyle. The result was a massive brain drain from ...

Armin Auctor