I wanted to learn coding as a child – the job prospects in my mind were limited, true, but who needed options when I would become a | Print
There's no point in sprucing up a fill-in-the-blank-cover letter if you've already put in time and effort into making the most-perfect-resume-ever for the job of your dreams.
Adulthood is a trap. Now that it is too late to get out of that ploy, you might as well plan around it and make it seem
Personal branding is about managing your name – even if you don't own a business – in a world of misinformation, disinformation, and semi-permanent Google records
People will tell you you can't do something or that something can't be done. Ignore them when you believe in your idea. This and a lot more correlates to this man's career path.