My obvious first step was to figure out exactly what I want to do. But, during my studies, I realized just how rare it is to have a concrete idea of what you want out of your career at this stage in life.
Check out our brand new video with Mind Tools' Content Editor/Writer, Jonathan Hancock, who shares his handy hints for putting on a great presentation – in spite of any nerves
"Leaders of good character keep their promises... and treat you as a human being and not as an object."
"The new dawn blooms as we free it. For there is always light if only we’re brave enough to see it, if only we're brave enough to be it." Amanda Gorman, National Youth Poet Laureate Generally, we know the word "hope" as a feeling that things will work out or that an event or experience […]
Hear from two of our in-house writers about what it's like to become a published author, and the life lessons they picked up on the way
"I believe that by celebrating the ordinary, we can acknowledge the simple things in life that are good enough. We can still acknowledge the extraordinary, simply with a different intention" – @Midgie_MT
"Fake it till you make it!" It's a piece of advice we hear a lot. But what if it does more harm than good? Mind Tools talks to Sabrina Horn on leaving "faking it" behind
Fortunately, we don't need to be Spiderman or Black Panther to have a superpower and make a difference in the world. In a way, your superpower is the ability to think creatively in your own special way
Best-selling author Greg McKeown talks to Mind Tools about his new book, "Effortless," and his method for focusing on what's essential in life, to protect our mental health
You can't do everything for everybody. That means you have to do the right things at the right times for the right reasons