Here are a few links we found, read, liked, and wanted to share with you this week:
When Work Gets in the Way of Everything Else — This conference presentation is for those among us who find their work-life balance is skewed too much toward work and don't like it that way.
Don't Let Your Ego Cause You to Burn Your Bridges — Charlie Sheen's public meltdown after CBS canceled "Two and a Half Men" for the rest of the season demonstrates how you can do long-term damage to your career by not showing class and professionalism after you've been laid off or fired.
The Ugly Truth about The Ladders' $100K+ Jobs — Buyer beware. Toby Dayton warns that this self-proclaimed job board for six-figure jobs charges for job postings that are free elsewhere, and "for the most part, either outdated or not truly $100K+ positions."
Advice and Admonishments for Job Seekers and Hiring Managers —Karen Siwak offers five tips for job seekers to improve their chances, and five ways hiring managers can get the right people for the right jobs.
Honesty + Humility = Better Job Performance — Attention exaggerators, finger pointers, and narcissists! You may talk a good game, but a new study concludes you're not as productive as your polar opposites.