Elana Lyn Gross
- How to Do a Life Audit
- How to Write the Perfect Follow-Up Email After a Conference
- 5 Types of Difficult Coworkers and How to (Almost) Deal With Them
- 6 Essential Tips for a First-Time Manager
- 20 Thought-Provoking Journal Prompts
- The Best Questions To Ask At Networking Events
- 10 Podcasts to Listen to if You’re Starting a New Job
- How to Answer the Most Common Job Interview Questions
- Gossip Girl Tour: Serena Van Der Woodsen’s Bedroom at Blair’s
- Phone Interview Tips You Need to Know
What I’m Reading
"Work is the only thing that will get you ahead—relationships, money and social status do not guarantee you professional success; experience and work ethic do."
Your life feels lackluster, and it seems like everyone else in your life—friends, family, co-workers, even people you swipe past on dating apps—have it all together while you’re suffering in limbo. You're going through a quarter-life crisis.
"No one has or does it all, so above everything else, believe in yourself. And if all fails, listen to Oprah: Intentions rule every outcome."
When you're applying to jobs, you need to be evaluating the interviewer just as much as they're evaluating you. If you're getting bad vibes from your boss-to-be, it's a sign that even if the role and company seem perfect, it may not be the right fit.