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4 signs you should apply for the job — even if you aren’t sure you’re qualified

Workplace experts reveal the best ways to know whether it's worth applying to a challenging job, even if you don't have all the requirements listed.
Big companies like GE and Citibank are emulating Silicon Valley startups (but more competent ones than the guys from the HBO show).

Companies like GE, Citibank, and Dropbox have borrowed a tool from startups to avoid getting boring and stuck

Companies like GE and Citi have implemented pseudo-venture capitalist boards to oversee ambitious projects, and they've been very successful.

The exact same sentence from your boss can mean ‘yes,’ ‘no,’ or ‘maybe’ depending on the country where you work

In the world of international business, you need to know your words will be understood by people from countries ... or it could spell disaster.
Dropbox founder and CEO Drew Houston brought his love of learning to his company.

Dropbox’s CEO credits his success to a habit he’s passed on to his executive team

Dropbox CEO Drew Houston has a business book club for him and his leadership team.
In-N-Out's owner is a billionaire heiress who knows how to make employees happy.

The reclusive In-N-Out heiress opens up about how she made a fast-food chain one of America’s best places to work

Lynsi Snyder says she listens to her employees, trains managers with flexibility, and provide fun perks that keep associates happy.
During space missions, Hill said a "normal life" was impossible.

A former NASA flight director explains why he couldn’t do anything but lie alone in a darkened room during parts of space missions

Former NASA flight director Paul Hill discusses the grueling nature of mission control shifts.
Champion poker player Phil Hellmuth (pictured) says the eyes are key to calling people's bluffs.

A champion poker player explains how to tell when someone’s lying

Champion poker player Phil Hellmuth has made a career out of spotting liars.
Stay humble, said Greg Wasson (pictured).

How to command the room without being a jerk

Former Walgreens CEO Greg Wasson said his father gave him some advice on humility that he remembered as he rose from intern to CEO.
This is the biggest mistake you can make when applying to Google, said Google's SVP of platforms and ecosystems Hiroshi Lockheimer.

A Google exec shares the worst thing he hears in job interviews — and what applicants should say instead

Hiroshi Lockheimer, Google's senior vice president of platforms and ecosystems, says it's not enough to just say you want to work at the tech giant.
You can't follow someone who's constantly changing their mind, says USA Today editor-in-chief Joanne Lipman (pictured).

The editor-in-chief of a newspaper that reaches over 100 million people still uses the best career advice she ever got

USA Today editor-in-chief Joanne Lipman shares the best leadership advice she's ever gotten.