How To Write The Perfect Self Assessment For Work Even If You’re Not A Professional Writer

Self-assessments. Performance reviews. Talent evaluations. Employee appraisals. Whatever you call them, they’re an unavoidable part of almost every company’s year-end process. They’re basically the process of forcing asking people to take the time to reflect on all of the things they’ve been able to accomplish (or not) throughout the year.

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Why You Should Stop Letting People Tell You What To Do With Your Money

The hardest thing you will ever have to do in your adult life is mastering the art of saying NO to things that don’t align with your goals. In fact, this year I made a promise to myself to say no to everything that doesn’t align with me and where I want to be, financially. So far I’ve said no to vacations, no to brunches, no to work happy hours, no to borrowing money to friends and families, and no to things that just don’t feel right.

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Why Having A Budget For Your Vacation Is Worth It

It’s summertime, which means it’s travel season!  Most people are taking at least one trip, whether it’s by plane, car, or bus. While all these trips are taking place, let’s be real here, a budget is rarely in use due to the perception of the “limiting” factor. I get it, we all want to enjoy ourselves without thinking about money. We want to do all the things we rarely do at home such as eating out every day at fancy restaurants, going out on excursions, and splurging on other fun activities.

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