By Cliff Harmon
Faculty Member, School of Business at American Public University
As 2015 winds down to an end, it is a good time to look at the past year and identify areas where we improved and areas that did not get the intended attention. A great tool for this reflection is the three Rs—Revisit, Reevaluate, and Readjust.
By Jean D. Francis, Ph.D.
Adjunct Professor, School of Business at American Public University
I met my first mentor at an early age: Mom. She was an exceptional mentor and strong role model. The example she set and the experiences she shared prepared me at an early age to develop the knowledge and skills in pursuit of my career path.
Early in my career, I sought a mentor to help maximize my full professional potential and create a clear career trajectory. Seeking a mentor was one of the best decisions that I had made.
Finding a mentor is a great way to take the next step in your career. Mentoring is a valuable developmental activity that is finding someone who has experience, is willing to share knowledge, and is eager to provide advice to help you reach your goals.
Contributor, Online Career Tips
Achieving your goals in an hour a day isn’t meant to be a magic formula for success. It’s not meant to be a one time, one week, or one month experiment. Setting aside an hour a day to work towards your goals is about forming a lifelong habit that will help you realize your dreams.