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How to Play the Long Game (Even If You Feel like You Can Barely Make It to Friday)

We all know the drill. You wake up every day, do your best to get through your to-do list, be a good person, and keep all the balls in the air. But in your few quiet moments, behind the feeling of overwhelm, it’s there. It’s that gnawing nagging feeling.

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When the Grass Isn’t Greener: How to Handle the Talent Boomerang

Whether it’s a quest for more money, flexibility, or purpose, millions of people left their employers searching for greener pastures. But they didn’t always find them. Enter, the boomerang employee. The employee who quit, and now, wants to come back. According to Anthony Klotz, associate progressor of management at.

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Will Business Travel Ever Return? 3 Predictions for 2022

According to the Wall Street Journal, Delta Air Lines previously expected corporate travel to return to 60% of pre-pandemic levels by September… but executives now say they’ve seen a drop in bookings and a rise in cancellations in recent weeks. As the pandemic marches on, many organizations are delaying.

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4 Tips to Make Networking Less Awkward

“So…what do you do?” Networking can be awkward. After a networking hiatus, potentially even more so. But, on the flip side, we know networking is important. Professional connections help you expand your reach, grow your career, and develop a pool of trusted insights. Here are four tips to make.

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How to Make Your Home Office Feel Less Blah: 4 Tips for Creating an Inspiring Space

My home office is a small study directly off of my bedroom. When I traveled a lot, I used to love coming home to my cozy, intimate office. It was set up exactly the way I like it, beautiful desk, great view, even scented candles. But after 15 plus.

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Overcoming Change Exhaustion: 3 Tips to Reclaim Your Enthusiasm

The prevailing belief is that people don’t like change. If that were true, no one would ever get married or have a baby. Here’s what is actually true: Human beings are ok with change (sometimes)… when we are prepared for it, in control of it, and see a win.

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Do you often think of the perfect thing to say *after* the meeting? When it’s too late? Read this.

It’s all so clear…. 6 hours later. Have you ever thought of the perfect response after a conversation ended? For me, it happens in the shower. As I replay the conversation hours or days later, the perfect words flow effortlessly, down the drain, unheard by anyone except me. We’ve.

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Beyond Breakthrough Ideas: 3 Tips for Bringing an Entrepreneurial Spirit to Your Day Job

The line between ‘corporate employee’ and ‘entrepreneur’ is blurring fast. Organizations now recognize the need for rapid innovation, growth mindsets, and other self-starter habits typically reserved for entrepreneurs or scrappy startups. Whether you’re preparing to make the leap into entrepreneurship or just need a little bit more of that.

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Making Bold Decisions: How to Let Go of Sunk Costs

“We’ve already spent the money.” This single phrase is responsible for more bad decisions than almost any other. Whether it’s millions on an IT project or $100 for concert tickets, once we part with cash, we become invested in sticking with our decision. Several years ago, I ordered a.

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The Power of Focus: How to Make Your Mind Less Distractible

I signed up for the online course weeks in advance. When I submitted my credit card I was excited to be making an investment in myself. The day of the course, I logged in on time. I’d cleared my calendar and was looking forward to the program. The facilitator.

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