3 Phrases That'll Have a Much Bigger Impact Than "I'm Sorry"—and Other Gems to Read This Weekend
We know: Things get busy.
So, in case you didn’t get all of your Muse reading in last week, we’ve picked the best articles on the site to get you up to speed. Check them out while you’re relaxing on the couch or heading out of town, and get all the reading you need for the week to come.
Muttering a quick and half-hearted, “I’m sorry” usually isn’t quite enough to portray your genuine regret. Swap out those overused words for one of these phrases, and your apology is sure to fit the bill—no matter how badly you screwed up!
Hopefully, if you find yourself feeling not-so-hot (perhaps the morning after your company holiday party), you’ll find comfort in one of these non-expert pieces of well-intentioned advice.
This recruiter shares all the questions he used to ask himself when reviewing dates listed on a resume, why they made him hesitate, and how you can address any issues right off the bat in your cover letter.
With 2016 coming quickly, you’re probably figuring out how to kick off the next year right. What better way to do that than to invest in an awesome personal planner that’ll inspire you not only to get your stuff done—but to get it done better.
Here are five situations that come up more often than you think, and how you can be ready for them so you don’t get caught off guard.
Choosing to be grateful, looking at your job as your business, taking action when things aren’t great, and transforming your perspective are all things you can start today. So, if you think parts of your job are the worst, try putting them into a practice for a few weeks and see if you notice a change.
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