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  1. Weston Clay NYC Book Events

    NYC Book Events, Part 2: Do One Thing Every Day

    Time management is one of the toughest hurdles when getting your business off the ground, especially in a city like New York, which doesn't exactly offer leniency with paying the bills. ...
  2. Fall into an Internship (Photo: iStockphoto)

    Time to Fall into an Internship

    September is fast approaching and that means it's time for fall internship programs. Internships are a smart choice for students active in a wide range of studies. It's the best way to assess a career choice, build new skills and get your foot in the door for a career after college ...
  3. How to give feedback at work (Photo: iStockphoto)

    The Art of Giving Great Feedback at Work

    If you’ve been around for a while in your New York career and progressed to the point of managing others, you understand the challenge of giving honest and constructive feedback to your employees. ...
  4. What to do if you are underpaid (Photo: iStockphoto)

    How to Deal with the Fact that You are Underpaid

    The stagnant, recessionary and mind-blowingly frustrating economy we’ve had over the last five years seems to be improving – the housing market is heating up, the Dow is reaching new highs, unemployment is going down and consumer spending seems to be on the way up. But is your salary? ...
  5. Weston Clay

    NYC Book Events, Part 1: The Business Plan

    Editor's Note: This is the inaugural post in a 10-part series about homegrown entrepreneurs -- people who are trying to make their way in New York City by running their own business. ...
  6. Improve Your Presentation Skills (Photo: iStockphoto)

    4 Ways to Improve Your Presentation Skills

    Regardless of whether you are about to speak in front of a small group or to a crowd of hundreds, the keys to delivering a strong, clear and well-received presentation are the same. To combat stage fright and to mitigate the fear of failure (and embarrassment, shock and more embarrassment), a little extra preparation and thoughtfulness can really go a long way. ...
  7. Know Your Secondary Reference (Photo: iStockphoto)

    Do You Know Your Secondary References?

    When conducting your job search, the message you deliver needs to be controlled. This is a critical time in which you must manage and maintain a positive brand presence. Communicate your unique selling proposition through your resume, your social media presence, your interviews and your references. ...
  8. (Photo: Jeff J Mitchell/Getty Images)

    So You Want to Be a Gallerina

    For the uninitiated in the art world, a gallerina is a gallery assistant, typically in a world-class gallery. The gallerina is polished, attractive and highly-competent. Looks count, but gallerinas are not empty-headed. ...
  9. What to Do if Your Are Late (Photo: iStockphoto)

    What to Do If You Are Late for an Interview

    Ideally, you want to arrive at the interview a bit early. An early arrival gives you the chance to collect your thoughts, visit the restroom and polish your appearance.  A mad dash into the interview without time to spare is a major set-back. ...
  10. Work Spouse (Photo: iStockphoto)

    4 Reasons Why Everyone Needs a Work Spouse

    With all the time you spend in the office away from your actual significant other, it’s only natural to develop close, intimate bonds with colleagues, peers and co-workers who share nearly every waking hour with you. ...