How to Stay Positive This Festive Season

The festive period is a time for connecting with loved ones and for taking some well-deserved time off to unwind. Sadly, with a global pandemic in our midst, it’s looking a bit different for many people this year. For some, perhaps the usual big family get togethers have been replaced by a more lowkey affair […]

How I Bounced Back After Losing My Job at 26

“Surviving failure makes you bold. Out of devastating failure comes spectacular events.”- Linda Gottlieb In the space of about a minute, I received a call that rendered me jobless. “We’ve decided to let you go. Today will be your last day.” As the news sunk in, my heart started thumping…I was officially unemployed.  All at […]

Achieving Career Goals Is More Art than Science

The business world fixates on goal setting. Performance reviews revolve around setting and meeting annual goals. Salespeople and managers continually strive to hit goals and meet margins, and every organization sets goals that it tries to achieve to prove its viability. As individuals, we similarly set goals for our professional lives. We aspire to climb […]

3 Ways for Parents to Change the Mood at Home

The coronavirus pandemic has many people feeling stressed or overwhelmed. We’re in a unique crisis situation that can have all of our emotions out of whack. Your children probably have those same thoughts and feelings, but may find it difficult to express them appropriately. We are dealing with unprecedented times across our country and it’s more important than […]

Financial Cyberthreats in 2019

Methodology Financial cyberthreats are malicious programs that target users of services such as online banking, e-money, and cryptocurrency, or that attempt to gain access to financial organizations and their infrastructure. These threats are usually accompanied by spam and phishing activities, with malicious users creating fake financial-themed pages and emails to steal victims’ credentials. In order […]