Business Communication Essentials, 8th Ed.
"Ever have to psych yourself up to go to work?
Stefano Tasselli [photo, left], Martin Kilduff, and Blaine Landis provide the answers at HBR.
"If you want to be successful in your career, I have a little-known secret for you.
"Here’s my short answer: If you’ve spent time tailoring your resume and are extremely proud of it, there’s no harm in reattaching it.
"Truthfully, I can’t recall the last informational interview I’ve gone on myself.
"Nicole Russo (photo, left), stylist and founder of Let's Get You, helps people realize their full potential and become the person they want to be through their style.
Emily Disston (photo, left) fields a question on the topic at TheMuse.
"When I receive emails like yours, I often begin with don’t shoot yourself in the foot by giving less than your best at work.
"To coach us along in the salary negotiation process, we turned to Josh Doody [photo, left], author of Fearless Salary Negotiation.
"Just as animals have to survive in the wild on an instinctual basis, so do humans.
"We consulted Amanda Augustine [photo, left], career advice expert for TopResume, about how to send a clear and compelling message to a company you're dying to work for.
"Google alum and WayUp CEO Liz Wessel [photo, left] said job searchers don't have to go to extremes to make a good impression on social media.
"Why are weaknesses and fatal flaws so hard for us to spot in ourselves?
Amy George (photo, left) reports at BusinessInsider.
Fox Business shares the thoughts of Korn Ferry CEO Gary Burnison (photo, left).
"Don't let the emotional roller coaster slow your search.
"'One of the great lies of life is 'follow your passions,'" says Cuban as part of the Amazon Insights for Entrepreneurs series.
From the Advice/Job Search section at TheMuse.
"What do you want out of your career?
"If you're wondering how much to ask for in a salary negotiation without leaving a bad taste in the employer's mouth or losing the job offer, you're not alone," says Jacquelyn Smith (photo, left) in a piece at BusinessInsider.
"Business Insider has interviewed numerous successful people about their career experiences and insight.
Alex Durand (photo, left) is the Ask a Credible Career Coach columnist at TheMuse.