Looking to start a blog? Then you should read TypeEighty, a blog about WordPress and blogging. Personally, I love using WordPress and consider it the best blogging platform due to its ease-of-use and plethora of useful plugins. In fact, this very website is run on WordPress. But it can be a bit tricky for brand new users, and that’s why TypeEighty can help you with.

bookmark_borderZoek Job Search

If you’re in the UK and looking for a job, Zoek is definitely worth searching on. At the time of writing the currently have 89,795 UK jobs available, with many of the biggest and best employers in the UK being listed on the site. They also have a great iOS and Android app. There’s also some very useful information on the website for job seekers about how to advance your career.

bookmark_borderPierre Paul Driving School

For those looking to learn to drive in Brooklyn, the Pierre Paul Driving School is definitely worth checking out. They have over 13 years of experience, are fully licensed, and have hundreds of positive reviews (see their Google reviews here) with an average score of 4.9 stars out of 5. Before learning to drive with them, you may also want to take their 5 hour pre-licensing course. Then you can schedule some lessons.

bookmark_borderHow To Be A Better Employee

In our view, more needs to be done to train people on how to be better employees and further their careers. If you are looking to succeed in your career, it may help to have a good mentor, but not all of us can find one. The other alternative is to read and educate yourself from people with relevant experience. To assist you with that, and to continually educate yourself on how to succeed in your job, I recommend going to The US At Work ( and having a listen to their podcasts and read their articles (in the “Digest Workplace” section).

Otherwise, if you’re not currently employed, another good website to take a look at is, as it will give you tips on how to write effective resumes and cover letters to help you land a job.

On the opposite side, from the leadership perspective if you want to motivate your employees and encourage them to take steps to be more productive team members, a little recognition can go a long way. Take steps to let your team know you care and you appreciate what they do, and they will respond by working harder to help you achieve your mission.