Imagine choosing a job not on money or even on career advancement, but as part of a life worth living.
Job-interviewing is just a skill. Like any skill, some people have more of a predisposition for it than others.
There aren't too many principles of proper business conduct with which just about everybody will agree. Two come to mind: 1. Unless you're a professional athlete, don't offer co-workers encouragement by patting them on the butt, and 2. Don't burn bridges.
To get promoted, company executives need to be able to see you as one of them.
It's called a pen. It's like a printer, hooked straight to my brain.
Spend enough time around success and failure, and you learn a reverence for possibility.