Early Career

Master the art and skill of maximising your extended break from work to feel refreshed and energised.
Going through a mid-life crisis is almost considered a rite of passage through life, but what do you do when you end up getting one sooner than expected – a quarter-life crisis?
With the new year, comes a brand new you. Here’s how to get ready for everything that’s ahead.
It can be easy to get swept up in the new year festivities to the point that you might not want to think about what you could have done better. But taking time out to reflect on your past 12 months can lay the foundation for a good start to the upcoming year, especially if you’re planning to further progress at work.
As much as you want to make your mark at your job by working 24/7, knowing when to step back and take a breather helps you more than you think.
Sometimes, looking for a sense of purpose in a 9-5 job can be harder than looking for a needle in a haystack. But it’s important to pull it off if you seek career satisfaction.
Once you’ve made your decision to move on, it’s important to know how to make your exit while keeping your connections intact.
It’s easy to just quit your job if you’re feeling burned out, but what if you can manage your stressors and save your job instead?
There’s a popular quote that says you can choose your friends but you can’t choose your family. But guess what? You can’t choose your colleagues either.
Everyone gets stressed at work. But if you feel impending doom every Sunday night before the start of the work week, you may be having a serious case of work anxiety.