by Brittany Moor
In a Building Your Own Brand workshop I recently facilitated, a participant told me she wanted to apply for a new role in her organization. She is currently an administrator and now wants to move into project management or marketing. She applied for roles outside her department before and was unsuccessful. Read more →
by Rachel Eidan
Do you overuse the pronoun myself? If so, you’re not alone. People often use it when a simple I or me would work.
The problem is that myself tends to complicate sentences, which may be why some people are attracted to it—it sounds sophisticated and fancy. Resist the urge! Incorrectly using fancy words can make you appear snobby and ignorant, and may have a negative impact on your image and career.
Let’s make sure you never confuse me, myself and I. Here’s the lowdown on how each pronoun is used: Read more →