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fastcompany:

Good intentions can only get you so far: You need a plan for your career.
Whatever you want to achieve in life, having a career strategy is fundamental to achieving it. Making things up as you go along can take you in the right direction, but a good plan will get you there faster and more effectively.
So what are the steps you can take to ensure that your career strategy develops you to your best potential? What can you learn from the experts and those who have already built the career that they want?
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fastcompany:

Good intentions can only get you so far: You need a plan for your career.

Whatever you want to achieve in life, having a career strategy is fundamental to achieving it. Making things up as you go along can take you in the right direction, but a good plan will get you there faster and more effectively.

So what are the steps you can take to ensure that your career strategy develops you to your best potential? What can you learn from the experts and those who have already built the career that they want?

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Project 365 - #127 nofilter sunset

Project 365 - #127 nofilter sunset

Project 365 - #127 no filter

Project 365 - #127 no filter

huffingtonpost:

Studies show that women apologize more than men, often for perfectly reasonable acts like, you know, taking up space. 

So watch this Pantene commercial here to inspire you to stop saying sorry for no reason. 

analyticisms:

Very interesting article about how Big Data can help and improve recruitment and other HR-based tasks. We like the newly coined term “people analytics” too.

fastcompany:

What’s life really like designing for Apple? An alum shares what he learned during his seven years in Cupertino.
Apple is synonymous with upper echelon design, but very little is known about the company’s design process. Most of Apple’s own employees aren’t allowed inside Apple’s fabled design studios. So we’re left piecing together interviews, or outright speculating about how Apple does it and what it’s really like to be a designer at the company.
Enter Mark Kawano. Before founding Storehouse, Kawano was a senior designer at Apple for seven years, where he worked on Aperture and iPhoto. Later, Kawano became Apple’s User Experience Evangelist, guiding third-party app iOS developers to create software that felt right on Apple’s platforms. Kawano was with the company during a critical moment, as Apple released the iPhone and created the wide world of apps.
In an interview with Co.Design (fastcodesign), Kawano spoke frankly about his time at Apple—and especially wanted to address all the myths the industry has about the company and about its people.
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fastcompany:

What’s life really like designing for Apple? An alum shares what he learned during his seven years in Cupertino.

Apple is synonymous with upper echelon design, but very little is known about the company’s design process. Most of Apple’s own employees aren’t allowed inside Apple’s fabled design studios. So we’re left piecing together interviews, or outright speculating about how Apple does it and what it’s really like to be a designer at the company.

Enter Mark Kawano. Before founding Storehouse, Kawano was a senior designer at Apple for seven years, where he worked on Aperture and iPhoto. Later, Kawano became Apple’s User Experience Evangelist, guiding third-party app iOS developers to create software that felt right on Apple’s platforms. Kawano was with the company during a critical moment, as Apple released the iPhone and created the wide world of apps.

In an interview with Co.Design (fastcodesign), Kawano spoke frankly about his time at Apple—and especially wanted to address all the myths the industry has about the company and about its people.

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Project 365 - #109 because it is the bachelorette party. Nola 2014

Project 365 - #109 because it is the bachelorette party. Nola 2014

Manage the way your boss wants to be managed, not the way you want to be managed.

The Delicate Art Of Managing Both Your Boss And Your Employees

The best leaders are able to manage their employees while adapting to the needs of those higher up on the management hierarchy. Here are six ways to manage up and down at the same time. 

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(via fastcompany)