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Humor Works in the Workplace

Every moment at work isn’t a perfectly happy one — there are times that are a little dull or slow, and there are times that are packed full of projects or tasks.  Whether you’re feeling unmotivated or overworked, it ...

OfficeDrama

No More Drama in the Office!

Are you sick of drama and cattiness in the workplace? So are we! But how do we stop it from happening and stay productive? Kelsey Meyer, the Senior Vice President of Digital Talent Agents, says her company has successfully avoi...

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The Making of a Good Conversation

If you’re headed out this weekend, you may have the chance to make some new connections. Whether it’s a potential new client, a new network contact, a new friend, or your next date, how you conduct that first conversation i...


Innovation

Don’t Fear Your Innovative Side

Let’s face it: an innovative idea isn’t usually respected until the idea builds momentum and finally catches on.  We don’t see it as innovative until it becomes popular. Big businesses often fail to adopt new ideas quick...

positivity

Increase Positivity in Your Workplace

If you’ve ever worked in a negative office environment, you know just how painful and soul-crushing it can be. There are some managers out there who believe that daily yelling and arguing with their employees is the best way ...

decisions

Make the Best Decision for You

When confronting a major decision, you most likely seek an outside opinion first.  You might be considering quitting a job, buying a house or breaking up with a boyfriend.  Naturally, you ask the people who know you best for ...


learning

Make Time for Learning

We’re almost halfway through August and the back-to-school advertisements are playing during every commercial break. In just a couple of weeks, the kids head back to the classroom. Most of you are likely out of school. I have...

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Make the Most of Your Mistakes

You’ve heard the saying before: “Nobody’s perfect.”  There’s no avoiding the fact that you will make mistakes, and unfortunately, you will make some of those mistakes at work.  They could be big or small blunders, b...

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Combatting Envy in Your Career

When I first decided to change careers, I had this bad habit of checking Facebook every morning as soon as I woke up.  I was temporarily working retail and applying for grad school, so I had a lot of extra time on my hands to ...


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Get the Job Title You Deserve

It may just be a name on paper, but your job title has a hidden, symbolic value.  Think about your job title now — does it adequately reflect your experience and contribution to the company? A recent article from Angela ...