How to Nail Perfect Grammar Even if You Slept Through Grade School

By Cally Martin / December 30, 2016

Don’t end a sentence with a preposition…   Between the deep dark of the internet and the screenshots your friends take, nothing is ever forgotten. Especially the improper use of the English language.   We all know someone (and if you’re lucky, it’s you) who has impeccable grammar and spelling skills, but they abuse their […]


13 of the Best TedTalks for Your Career (and Your Life)

By Cally Martin / October 18, 2016

  There are hundreds of TedTalks to sift through that focus on any topic you could think of. I have rounded up the best of the best that will give you career advice, but can also show you how to succeed in your personal life.   Got four minutes? Renowned author, speaker and success analyst Richard St. […]


11 Books That Can Take Your Career to the Next Level

By Cally Martin / October 6, 2016

There’s only so much time in a day, and even regular readers tend to lean towards fiction or celebrity tell-alls. When’s the last time you read something that can improve your career? We made it easy for you by gathering a list of the best business books for any industry that can make you a […]


Programmers: 3 Reasons to Learn Golang Programming

By Travis Brown / May 18, 2016

First off, the Go programming language probably wins the “Goofiest Programming Mascot” award of the year, by far. What is Golang, though? A lot of programmers may have seen passing reference to the language, off and on for the past 7 years, but may not have given it much thought. After all, there are usually […]


Real Life is Scary, But it Doesn’t Have to Be

By Cally Martin / April 5, 2016

Get ready for some cat poster wisdom. It’s more than “hang in there, baby,” so bear with me.   Your cap and gown have been purchased (as if you didn’t spend enough on tuition), your family is prepping a celebration, you plan who to sit with at your graduation, but deep down you’re already starting […]


6 Challenges to Overcome in your Creative Career

By Cally Martin / March 15, 2016

When you join a startup you expect to wear many hats, so when asked about your diverse skills during the interview process, you may fabricate a little thinking (or hoping) that you’ll never have to use them. Even if you’ve used Adobe® Photoshop many times, it does not make you a designer.   Our marketing […]


The Bizarre Habits of Highly Successful People

By Kelly Love Johnson / March 4, 2016

And we don’t recommend trying some of them at home.   We can’t say if people are successful because of their odd habits, or in spite of them, but they are fascinating. Benjamin Franklin purportedly took “air baths,” waking up each morning to spend some time in his birthday suit in the outdoors. Amazon CEO Jeff […]


3 Reasons For Veterans to Consider The Financial Services Industry

By Travis Brown / December 29, 2015

Whether you’re active duty, long since discharged, in the process of being discharged, or simply going on IRR status, inevitably the question always comes up, “What do I do after this?”  The transition from the service to civilian life is often a harsh one, and easy for a lot of vets to become downright lost […]