Danny Rubin

The Strategy Paul Ryan Followed in his 20s to Become Romney’s Vice President

By Danny Rubin • August 15, 2012 • , ,
Ryan's path to vice president had little to do with fate. Instead, he learned from an early age something that we should all apply at our own jobs.

Why Every Young Professional Should Read the News

By Danny Rubin • July 19, 2012 • ,
Only get your news from The Daily Show? Here’s the case for reading what’s going on in the world.

What NBA Superstar LeBron James Teaches Us About Managing Expectations

By Danny Rubin • June 26, 2012 • ,
For anyone tasked with leading people on the job, this is a hard lesson in leadership.

‘You’re Not Special’ Graduation Speech Applies to the Work World, Too

By Danny Rubin • June 11, 2012 • , , , ,
How would you feel if the keynote speaker at your graduation said there's nothing remarkable about you?

The Perfect Way for Zuckerberg to Spend His Billions

By Danny Rubin • May 22, 2012 • , , ,
Here's how the founder of Facebook can thank his loyal supporters: help us pay off our student loans.

Write Less, Say More: The Power of Brevity

By Danny Rubin • May 4, 2012 • ,
If you're under the impression that using flowery language and lots of adjectives makes you sound more intelligent, force yourself to read this.

Romney Goes to the Deep South: Lessons in Authenticity

By Danny Rubin • March 22, 2012 •
Whether you're on the campaign trail or in an interview, you're better off being yourself.

12 Ambitious Career Resolutions to Kick-Start Your 2012

By Danny Rubin • January 19, 2012 •
If you haven’t added professional goals to your 2012 to-do list, it’s not too late.

Epic Fail: Millennials Get Slammed in Poll on Workplace Attitudes

By Danny Rubin • December 12, 2011 •
Nearly 70 percent of survey respondents think Millennials are lazy and uninterested in their jobs. And get this: 55 percent of Millennials agree.

Drowning in Debt: College Grads Share Student Loan Horror Stories

By Danny Rubin • November 16, 2011 • , ,
Since Occupy Wall Street exploded two months ago, a website called Occupy Student Debt has collected horror stories of higher education.