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5 Tips to Help You Work Smarter, Save Time and Achieve More

Many people believe that hard work is the cornerstone of success. And it’s true that if you work really hard at something, you’re going to get better and better at it. And this means that you are likely to be more and more successful at it too. But there are also a lot of advantages to working smarter. You can save time,

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The Advantages of Working with an Introvert

Business culture nowadays is skewed in favor of extroverts. In fact, you might even go so far as to say that society in general has a bias in favor of extroverts. When you meet someone congenial who knows how to carry on a conversation, they make a good impression on you. What Are Shy/Introverted People Like? People who stand in the corner

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Changing Up Your Daily Routine for Greater Productivity

Many of us go about our workday in a routine manner. There’s nothing wrong with this; routines help us to make sense of our day. When you have a routine, you know what needs to be done and at what time. Some people may have very fixed routines where they know what needs to be done down to the minute. Others may

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The Important Role of Recruitment in Nonprofits

At the inception of many non-profits the focus is often dedicated to the service that will be provided to a specific population or community.  A considerable amount of thought and energy is spent on the development of services and programs that align with the mission statement. In service providing industries employees are undoubtedly one of the most valuable assets. How does an

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Motivating Yourself to Work from Home

Motivating yourself can be hard, whether you’re working from the office or working from home. Working around others has its own set of challenges and working from home has another. When you’re working around others, an element of comparison always sets in and you find yourself comparing what you’ve done with what they’ve done. When you’re working at home, you only have

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Learning How To Trust Your Employees

Many of us who rise in the ranks to hold supervisory positions do so because we’re extremely driven and passionate about what we do. Unfortunately, that tends to come with a side of being slightly controlling. In the moment, it often seems easier to take the reins and just do it yourself rather than delegate to an employee who isn’t entirely certain

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The Pareto Principle—Does It Really Work?

The Pareto principle was suggested by a management consultant named Joseph M. Juran who named it after an Italian economist called Vilfredo Pareto. Basically, the Pareto principle states that human beings spend only about 20% of our time doing the things that really matter and that these are the things which have 80% of the results. The remaining 80% of our time

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Can Fearlessness Help You to Achieve Your Aims?

We’ve all experienced good feelings and happiness as well as bad feelings and depression. But have you ever stopped to think about what exactly makes you depressed? What thoughts and ideas are running through your mind, consciously or unconsciously, when you’re feeling down? If you sit down to think about this, you’ll find that depression or any kind of bad feeling, such

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Break Out of a Rut by Changing Your Work Style

Different people have different working styles; some like to work in bursts of energy while others like to keep going at an even pace. In this way, working is a little bit like running; you can either be a sprinter or a marathoner. Of course, everyone thinks that their way of working is the best, but the fact is that different things

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Can Energy Healing Help You to Be Happier and More Successful?

Most of us have heard of the concept of wellness, but we may not recognize what it means. We may vaguely associate it with yoga, meditation and “new age” practices that aim at healing human beings via energy and “chakras.” And although yoga and meditation have both received recognition even from the scientific community, there are other practices which remain shrouded in

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