Meet The Daily Muse’s regular columnists, amazing men and women who share their expertise with us once or twice a month.
by Victoria Pynchon and Lisa GatesCan you negotiate? Should you? For how much? The founders of She Negotiates answer your toughest negotiation questions to help you get what you want—and deserve. (Ask them anything at email@example.com!)
by Pat MastandreaExecutive Recruiter Pat Mastandrea answers all of your questions about your career path, career transitions, and career decisions. Email firstname.lastname@example.org to submit a question of your own!
by Leslie MoserThinking about going to b-school? Get an insider's guide to the process of deciding to apply, making it through interviews, and selecting the best MBA program for you with this bi-weekly column.
by Eliza BermanEver wondered what it's like to work in goverment? City government veteran Eliza Berman shares her tips for breaking in and succeeding, once a month.
by Alex NuthIs consulting the right career path for you? Find out with this monthly column, which covers getting into the field, developing the right skills for consulting, and tips and tricks for succeeding in the industry.
by Rebecca AndruszkaWhether you currently work in the nonprofit sector or hope to someday, this monthly column will cover the ins and outs of a career changing the world.
by Lea McLeod75% of employees consider their manager their biggest source of stress at work? Sound like you? Tune in every other week for advice for dealing with bosses, co-workers, and other workplace stresses from job therapist Lea McLeod.
by Alex HoneysettIn charge of marketing for your company or trying to get your own business off the ground? PR expert Alex Honeysett will show you how to propel those savvy ideas and exceptional brands past your grandma’s kitchen table and out into the world.
by Ryan KahnCareer coach Ryan Kahn helps college students and recent grads land their dream jobs everywhere from major entertainment companies to boutique PR firms. And he'll help you, too, right here every month.
by Alexandra FranzenSimple tips and scripts to navigate tricky scenarios at the office, from master wordsmith Alexandra Franzen.
by Sara McCordFrom interviewing to networking, Sara McCord breaks down how to make a better impression in your career or job search into simple, practical steps.
by Steve ErreyEvery month, confidence coach Steve Errey shows how a boost of confidence can help you in the office, with your network, and on the job hunt.
by Fran DorfWhen life gets complicated, wouldn’t it be amazing to have a super-wise friend to answer all of your questions? Meet Fran, a psychotherapist, social worker, acclaimed writer, and blogger of The Bruised Muse, who offers amazing advice every month. (Need advice? Email email@example.com)
by Jim BelosicJim Belosic, founder of ShortStack, shares his tips for leading a team, managing a business, and staying sane through it all.
by Jenny FossOne of our favorite career coaches on the planet tells it like it is when it comes to your resume, cover letter, and interviewing techniques.
by Alex CavoulacosOur co-founder and COO (and the most productive person we know) is sharing her favorite hacks for your workday, inbox, and productivity level every other Thursday.
by Emily ChanWant to make sustainability your job, or just a bigger part of your company? Expert Emily Chan shares ideas you can put to use, once a month.
by Jo MillerEvery other Wednesday, leadership coach Jo Miller shares strategic advice to help emerging leaders break into management and leadership positions.
by Niki LowryNeed a little inspiration in the kitchen, but not sure where to begin? Every other Friday, Niki Lowry brings you tips and tricks so you can channel your inner domestic god or goddess any time you want. No fussy foods, overly complicated lists of ingredients, or gazillion-step long instructions, just effortless recipes, easy meal planning tips, and simple cooking techniques.
by Jennifer WinterSure, you've got your job duties down pat, but what about everything else? Every other Tuesday, Jennifer Winter has you covered with the simple stuff you might not think about (what to do on a phone call), to the very real (and very challenging) aspects of being the only girl in a boy’s club.
by Melody WildingMelody Wilding, LMSW is a psychology expert and licensed therapist who works with entrepreneurs and young professionals. And she shares her advice for staying smart, sane, and successful, once a month.
by Allison StaddEvery other Tuesday, check in for the best apps, sites, tools, and tricks to make your workday way more productive.
by Natalie JesionkaHuman rights advocate Natalie Jesionka challenges us to close the Lonely Planet and look inside other cultures and ourselves. Every other Friday, she’ll offer advice that only the savviest travelers consider, like how to cope in a new place, deal with exotic things, and understand global human rights.
by Rikki RogersLet's face it: The issues of balancing parenthood with work go far beyond work-life balance. Should you bring up kids in an interview? How should you talk to them about work? Rikki Rogers tackles these issues and more for other career-loving moms and dads.
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