For many years, employees just expected the standard workforce benefits package (health/dental insurance, retirement, paid time off/sick time, etc...). But as the world changes, so do the benefits desired by employees.
Beginning with the first "F" on the school report card, we are trained to fear failure.
That fear only grows larger as we become adults because the stakes become higher. While fear of failure is only natural, it's important to make sure that fear doesn't become debilitating. In fact, if you approach failure differently, it can be an asset.
The dreaded interview question, "Tell me about yourself," stumps a lot of folks. People of all ages and experience levels often fail to answer this one correctly, in a way that conveys meaningful information to the interviewer--information they will actually use to consider your candidacy.