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Do You Go with Your Own Vision or Give People What They Want?

Most people start a business because they have a vision. Maybe they get an idea that strikes them as great, and they just want to put it into action. Or they might be unhappy with the way that things are run in the company where they work, so they want to set up their own company where things will be more organized/pleasant/sensitive

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How to Manage Needy Employees

Human resource managers have the responsibility of overseeing needy employees at work. However, the tricky part is doing it without interfering in their career development. You might be tempted to distance yourself from the high-maintenance employees. This short term tactic might hurt needy employees in the long run. Try these tips to manage needy employees rather than avoiding the issue and hoping

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Know Yourself and Address Your Fears for Career Development

Not everyone sits down and thinks deliberately about career development. You may not even have done a lot of soul-searching about what field you want to enter. It may have been decided for you by your parents or by the fact that you seemed to be good at something. At the back of your mind, you may want to do something entirely

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3 Objective Ways to Deal with Stressors in Your Life

Stress is an ever-present part of life. Everyone experiences it. And everyone has their own ways of dealing with it. Unfortunately, some of these ways might be unhealthy, such as smoking, drinking, eating unhealthy food etc. These methods help you to solve the problem temporarily but they are not long-term solutions. In the long term, these methods of dealing with stress can

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How to Achieve Your Career Goals and Land that Dream Job

 As a child, you had a rough idea of what you wanted to be when you grow up. These decisions were influenced by what you saw back then. As you matured, your perspective of the world changed, and you saw things in a different light. Most people discover their true purpose in life during their high school or early college years and

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