How to Negotiate a Higher Job Offer In Just 1 Simple Sentence

How to Negotiate a Higher Job Offer In Just 1 Simple Sentence

Interviewing for jobs can be grueling. But if you manage to drum up the right answers to trick interview questions and prove you’re worth hiring, there’s light at the end of the tunnel: a job offer. Once that offer letter hits your inbox, you know what you’re supposed to do next. Always negotiate.

Top 4 Questions To Ask Yourself While Creating a Network Disaster Recovery Plan

Top 4 Questions To Ask Yourself While Creating a Network Disaster Recovery Plan

A network disaster recovery plan is a set of procedures designed to prepare your company or organization to respond to an interruption of network services during a natural or manmade incident.

Is A Deep Work Deficiency Stifling Your Productivity? An Interview With Cal Newport

Is A Deep Work Deficiency Stifling Your Productivity? An Interview With Cal Newport

Here’s a challenge that’s harder than you might admit: Sit down with a project and focus on it, uninterrupted, for the next 90 minutes. No email, no chat, and no jumping between tasks. Oh, and touching your phone (which you do an average of 2,617 times per day) is off limits, too.

7 Signs You are Not Managing Your Calendar (or Your Time) Effectively

7 Signs You are Not Managing Your Calendar (or Your Time) Effectively

Just because your calendar is full doesn’t mean that you’re an effective time manager. It just means that you have a full diary. As a result you’re probably stressed and running around like a maniac. Time and calendar management can influence all aspects of your life.

Fill Up Your Google Calendar So Other People Can’t Steal Your Time 

Fill Up Your Google Calendar So Other People Can’t Steal Your Time 

Ahh, an empty calendar. All that free time and possibility, all the things you’re going to get done—until, that is, your coworkers see that free time and fill it jam-packed with meetings and obligations. Before that happens again, you’ve got to get on the defensive.

Derfor skal vi huske manden, der reddede verden

Derfor skal vi huske manden, der reddede verden

Han reddede verden i al ubemærkethed. Og han døde i al ubemærkethed. Stanislav Petrov blev 77 år. “Jeg har aldrig mødt ham – og alligevel har han været med mig i de sidste to år,” skriver Simon Kratholm Ankjærgaard, som er journalist og historiker.

The Tragic Crash of Flight AF447 Shows the Unlikely but Catastrophic Consequences of Automation

The Tragic Crash of Flight AF447 Shows the Unlikely but Catastrophic Consequences of Automation

The tragic crash of Air France 447 (AF447) in 2009 sent shock waves around the world. The loss was difficult to understand given the remarkable safety record of commercial aviation.

33 Management Hacks Smart Bosses Should Have in Their Bag of Tricks

33 Management Hacks Smart Bosses Should Have in Their Bag of Tricks

If you’re a manager, I have profound respect for you. You’re probably juggling several things — recruiting, putting teams together, scheduling shifts, managing people and tasks, handling discipline issues and, of course, keeping customers happy.

The 80/20 Rule: Find And Remove Your Internal Blocks To Improve Productivity

The 80/20 Rule: Find And Remove Your Internal Blocks To Improve Productivity

Does your work week often start like this? It’s Monday. Coffee in hand, you browse through your email, Trello, Slack channels, and Instagram feed, taking stock of what to-do’s lay ahead, what your sister did in Cancun this morning, and all the projects your team has piled on your plate.

Want Your Kids to Succeed in School and Life? Science Says to Instill This 1 Thing Above All Else

Want Your Kids to Succeed in School and Life? Science Says to Instill This 1 Thing Above All Else

When Angela Lee Duckworth was a young teacher in New York, she became obsessed with something seemingly simple yet remarkably hard to predict: why did some students “succeed” (learn the material and perform well), while others didn’t? Why did certain smart kids fail to learn hard concepts, while cer

How to Win Arguments Without Making Enemies

How to Win Arguments Without Making Enemies

Arguments are inevitable in any human endeavor. Unfortunately, few people know how to argue effectively. As a result, many business meetings waste time and money in pointless squabbling. When confronted with a contrary opinion, unsophisticated people tend attack the other person’s credibility (e.g.