3 Books for A New You

A new year has begun and we are all out and about, working on those resolutions to make ourselves better in whatever way we wish. Maybe we are looking to be more successful, start a new business, or improve our personal health. Whatever the change we are seeking to make, it’s often a longer process […]

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Beating the Winter Blues

It’s cold outside, the weather isn’t wonderful, skies are often gray and our moods seem to follow suit. The winter blues are something we all struggle with in one form or another. Whether it’s stress from the holidays, loneliness, pressure at work, or a lull in activity, there are so many things that can make […]

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Holiday Leave Survival Guide

It’s time to take that holiday leave. Whether just a couple of days over Thanksgiving or a couple of weeks for time with extended family, holiday leave is both an incredible blessing and a source of stress for many. One study by the American Psychological Association found that 38% of people feel a serious increase in […]

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How to Kick the Smartphone Habit

Chances are, somewhere on your person, is a smartphone. They’re everywhere, making our lives more convenient, but also having negative impacts on our attention span, sleep/wake cycles, relationships, work, and many other areas of our lives. Data from the Pew Research Center shows that 77% of Americans own smartphones. Screen time data suggest that the […]

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Personal Development: The Key to it All

Lifelong learning, personal development, skill-building, whatever you call it, we constantly hear how important this part of our lives is. If you study the most successful people in any field, you find that all of them take time for personal development. It’s central to growth, to become better in any field, and to get the […]

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Less is More: Managing Inbox Productivity

Your email inbox, it’s the central hub for most business communication, but also the thing most people dread opening. Why? Simple, your email has become too cluttered. Too often our inboxes look more like junk folders, piled to thee brim with the old, the unwanted, and the stuff we’re just not so sure about. How […]

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