career-change

Debating with yourself on whether or not your company is for you? With the average hiring process taking about 23 days, dealing with a terrible team or below average pay might be enough to keep you around for an extra few weeks or even months. Maybe you’ve been with your company too long to know if the […]

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“If enough of us share our why, we will change the world….a world that can be; a world in which trust and loyalty thrive.” -Simon Sinek Have you recently left a work meeting feeling completely underwhelmed and unmotivated?  If you honestly answered no, then you probably already know your work-why and are living and breathing it.  Well […]

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Conscious Coupling… with a New Job

Thanks to Oscar-winning actress, Gweneth Paltrow, A new lexicon has entered the dictionary “conscious uncoupling.”  This is the term she utilized to communicate to the world her decision to divorce from Coldplay singer, Chris Martin.  How very New Age of them! While Gweneth’s terminology may sound a bit elevated for the more common expression used when terminating […]

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  Communication is as important in the workplace as it is in relationships. Comparisons between landing a job and dating aren’t lost on anyone who has looked for a mate or a position. A study by TINYpulse asked 400 U.S. employees what encouraged them to either stay in their jobs or to seek new employment. Whether […]

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“You will never change your life until you change something you do daily.” -John C. Maxwell Human beings are creatures of habit – this is widely known. Habit forming behavior makes change and self-transformation a challenging process. But without change, we can’t develop into our most successful selves. Even the most basic discussion of change, […]

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The Issue Behind Balance

When it comes to defining career success, U.S. workers report achieving balance between the personal and professional is giving promotions, autonomy at work and even compensation a run for their money.  In fact, 56% of workers report they define career success by their ability to obtain work/life balance. Beyond just wanting the opportunity to enjoy […]

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WorkFromHome

Lengthy commutes and lonely cubicles are only a couple reasons you might dread heading to work each morning. But what if you could get to the office without driving a single foot? Or could upgrade your cubicle to a multi-room space, complete with kitchen and personal bathroom? There is a way, and many employed Americans […]

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IncreaseFocus

Let’s face it: in this day and age, there are distractions everywhere. In addition to the constant nagging of smartphones and social media, the office environment is also racked with distraction – whispers of the latest gossip or people walking by your desk, possibly stopping to chat with you when you don’t have time. And […]

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