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How To Impress Your Boss

How To Impress Your Boss

| March 2, 2014 | 2 Comments

When I was a university student who fervently anticipated what we all called “the real world,” I devoured plenty of articles that dished out advice on navigating the interview process, getting along with coworkers and, most importantly, being positively regarded by the boss. Common advice for impressing superiors included “dress for success”, “show up on […]

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3 Careers For Creative People

3 Careers For Creative People

| February 27, 2014 | 0 Comments

Does the thought of working in an office with 9-5 working hours just sound plain boring to you? And are you sick of always hearing about the same jobs? If you’re the creative type, you’ll be surprised just how many jobs there are that will put your creativity skills to good use. There are so […]

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Are You Making These 6 Critical Communication Mistakes?

Are You Making These 6 Critical Communication Mistakes?

| February 26, 2014 | 2 Comments

Being able to communicate is foundational skill for anyone that wants to have healthy relationships, romantic, professional, friendly, or otherwise. But unfortunately, communication is a double-edged sword. You can either use it to build wonderful relationships, or you can use it destroy them. It all depends on how use your communication. Below are few common […]

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How I Overcome Being a Bad Networker

How I Overcome Being a Bad Networker

| February 25, 2014 | 2 Comments

I’m just not a good networker. I envy those guys who have the skills to speak to anyone and everyone, like my good friend Paseka Kalaku.  I suck at introducing myself to lots of people at an event. What is to follow is how a mediocre networker like me manages to more than just mange […]

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Do You Want to Fast-Track Your Career?

Do You Want to Fast-Track Your Career?

| February 19, 2014 | 3 Comments

The curious case of John and Sally John and Sally worked in the same company at the same position. John was an extrovert, who loved interacting with his team, had a friendly rapport with his manager, took initiatives and rarely missed any deadline. Sally kept herself busy with her work throughout the day, which she […]

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You are Addicted to Stress: Why and How to Change It

You are Addicted to Stress: Why and How to Change It

| February 19, 2014 | 4 Comments

You’ve quit your corporate job because it was giving you weekly ulcers and you were tired of being told what to do. Now, you run your own business. You are an entrepreneur, you are a leader and it’s your turn to tell others what to do. It feels good. You are free. You are proud. […]

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4 Options in the World Of Marketing: Where Do You Fit?

4 Options in the World Of Marketing: Where Do You Fit?

| February 18, 2014 | 2 Comments

If you’re reading this site, chances are you are a freelancer or head of your own company. Or you want to be. You’re also young, passionate, motivated and overworked. You probably are like me and don’t sleep much. Social life? Are you kidding? I recently left my fairly-secure job at a small SEO agency to […]

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Healthy Habits for Increased Productivity

Healthy Habits for Increased Productivity

| February 17, 2014 | 4 Comments

Staying fit and keeping up with daily workloads are two distinct missions, but they are actually linked more closely than casual observers might think.  The truth is, eating right and adjusting certain behavior leads to fitness-friendly approaches proven to enhance performance and productivity at work. If you are struggling at the workplace; running out of […]

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4 Tips for Keeping Your Company’s New Year’s Resolution

4 Tips for Keeping Your Company’s New Year’s Resolution

| February 13, 2014 | 1 Comment

Each January millions of people around the world make resolutions to help them live a better life throughout the year. Common resolutions include goals to improve health and wellness, financial status and even reconciling relationships. As a small business owner or nonprofit leader, it is likely that your New Year’s resolutions are not just for your personal […]

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I Wanted to Work for Whataburger, So I Created a Whataresume (Obviously)

I Wanted to Work for Whataburger, So I Created a Whataresume (Obviously)

| February 6, 2014 | 1 Comment

A struggle I’ve had with so many of my peers is they complain about not finding great jobs after graduation. “The job market is so bad.” “Nobody is hiring right now.” The truth is, you don’t want a job bad enough to really invest in applying for one. How many times have you called the […]

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