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Age doesn’t matter, say poly grads who skipped university to start a S$1m coaching business at 19

In six years, the duo had multiplied their initial capital 600 times.
You don't have to reach the Holy Grail to reward yourself.

Being good to yourself is a discipline — here’s why you should learn to enjoy rewards without feeling guilty

Working hard and never taking the time to focus on yourself leads to burnout. If you don't stop pushing yourself, you will crack.
It's easy to get buried in distractions — this story will help.

An executive coach uses rocks, pebbles, and sand to explain time management to new CEOs

Alisa Cohn has a helpful piece of advice for anyone who struggles with time management.
Make sure you have champions besides your manager, says Erica Keswin, pictured.

An executive coach says there’s a creative strategy for earning a promotion — but too many people ignore it

You'll have a better shot at a promotion if you have supporters across your organization, says executive coach Erica Keswin. So join employee resource groups and take on leadership positions within them.
Companies are becoming less and less surprised to hear it, says Erica Kewsin, pictured.

An executive coach who’s helped countless people change careers gave them all the same piece of advice

During a job search, it helps to figure out whether you want to switch function or industry first. It can be overwhelming and unrealistic to make both changes at the same time, said executive coach Erica Keswin.
Companies are becoming less and less surprised to hear it, says Erica Kewsin, pictured.

An executive coach says practically everyone forgets to ask the job interview question that exposes a big red flag

Among the job interview questions for the hiring manager, include something about the company's approach to professional development. If there isn't a culture of regular feedback on employees' performance and goals, that could be a red flag.

This couples counselor left his job to coach Silicon Valley tech workers — here’s why he says a good business partnership should be like a...

There's one key way in which a business partnership is like a marriage, he said. Both pairs should aim for having "symmetrical values" and "complementary skills" for a lasting relationship.