Pretty soon, you're going to have a well-deserved break during the New Year's holidays! It's a time for Christmas romcoms, skiing, and social gatherings. Sounds great, doesn't it?
It's no wonder they say that opposites attract! Because this principle works extremely well in our personal lives and in business, for example, team management.
In today's modern world, everybody is in a rush: some hurry to build a career. Someone else out there is starting a family. Others are learning seven foreign languages and moving to the country of their dreams.
The educational world, both schools and universities, was forced to undergo total digitalization because of Covid-19 in 2020.
Back in the middle of the last century, Canadian educator Lawrence Peter tried to give a witty answer to the question: "Why are we surrounded by incompetent people?".
A foreign language is essential to take your career to the next level. The benefits of studying one are obvious in some professions, while it is less obvious in others.
There is a saying, “Every house has its own noise,” and it also applies to education.
The demand for higher education has experienced unprecedented growth in the 21st century. What is higher education? Is it a fashionable trend or is higher education crucial for a modern person?
Employment is always difficult, and employment after fifty is doubly difficult.
The conditions of teaching, and the technology that we use, have changed. So why should we continue to teach the same way that we did 10 years ago? Of course we shouldn't! The best educational institutions in the world are changing their approach to education and are beginning to apply new methodologies.
Over the course of a century, technology has completely changed the way we live and learn. Or has it?
Students often find themselves in stressful situations, such as moving to another city and taking exams. Prolonged stress inevitably leads to burnout.
In almost every article I write, I always reiterate that continuous self-learning is the key to success and career advancement in today's job market.
When looking for a job and putting together a CV, it is difficult to accurately assess one's abilities, skills, and strengths.
From time to time, we all face problems that cannot be resolved overnight. At some point, you may have no way out.
The digital age, or the era of new media, is marked by the rapid growth of innovative technologies and their active use in everyday life.
Who knows what planets humanity could reach in the next 100 years; maybe we might stop at Mars or colonize another galaxy. Let us imagine that we are already living in the 2100s and can opt to live on any solar planet.
Would you like to be an ancient Greek god? Which one? Maybe Zeus, the ruler of Olympus? Or are you more interested in being Hades because his underworld intrigues you more than the pantheon of gods? Or Poseidon, who was capable of flooding anything?