A Framework for Success
Can you describe success? If you ask most people to describe their idea of success, odds are very good that most would have an fairly nebulous description. Many will be unable to articulate what success means to them at all. Sadly, many of us imagine success in very general terms. Maybe we image success as earning a larger […]
Motivation 3.0 – The Evolution of Personal Drive
I recently finished a book entitled, Drive: The Surprising Truth About What Motivates Us (Affiliate Link) by Daniel H. Pink(Affiliate Link). In it, the author discusses human motivation and the way it has evolved over time. Motivation – Society’s Operating System. Many of these changes have occurred due to shifts in society brought about by innovation. Basic survival […]
Cybersecurity: The New IT Career Boom?
More and more companies, as well government’s are increasing their commitment to cybersecurity. Recent newsworthy breaches have shined a light on the cybersecurity issue to be sure, but the exorbitant costs to these affected businesses have further exhibited the need to ramp up protection efforts. Evidence suggests this is creating a new IT career boom. Show Me […]
4 Common Communication Gaps & How to Overcome Them
The ability to communicate effectively is a crucial skill that must be developed just like any other. Your ability to recognize barriers to communication and respond to them appropriately can be improved with just a bit of practice and patience. In this brief article we will discuss 4 common communication gaps & how to overcome […]
How to Create an Online Resume!
Creating an online resume can really boost your career profile. A dynamic online resume can provide you with a real advantage over others who may be competing for the same position. Best of all; it’s not difficult to do! I’ve created this step-by-step Guide to creating an online resume to help you get you started! Join […]
Do You Need an Information Technology Degree?
For as long as I can remember, educators, parents, and society in general have promoted the importance of a college or university degree. Degree promotion has been so effective that nearly everyone thinks obtaining a diploma is a necessity. According to the National Center for Education Statistics, college and university enrollment of 18 to 24-year-olds […]
Sir Ken Robinson: Do Schools Kill Creativity?
On Jan 6, 2007 (has it really been over 7 years ago?) TEDTalks YouTube Channel published a talk by Sir Ken Robinson that explores the apparent flaws in the way we approach creativity in education globally. I stumbled across this today and felt it was worth sharing again. This video has over 6 Million views which seems […]
Why Avanset’s new pricing model may be end of the popular VCE IT certification exam simulator file format
For several years now, the VCE or Visual CertExam file format has been the popular choice for running certification test simulations. Whether you approve of the practice of studying brain dumps or not, they are an effective way to prepare for a certification exam. That fact is undeniable. Any certification instructor who wants to give […]