Guest

From time to time, guest writers contribute to Thin Difference. Topics include leadership, career development, creativity, and mindfulness. Our mission is to “Cross the gap and lead with a new story line,” inspiring Millennial leaders.

Guest's Articles

Balancing Entrepreneurship and Student Loans

With student loans being a norm for many who want to attend college, entrepreneurship is evolving into a riskier avenue for those in debt to lenders. But rest assured, balancing entrepreneurship and student loans is possible. Here’s how.

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Flexible Policies to Improve Your Employees’ Work-Life Balance

When you institute policies that help team members achieve a healthy work-life balance, your employees will fuel your bottom line. Here are a few suggestions to tweak your existing policies and structure.

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New Ways to Finance Your Small Business in 2018

There is no “right” way to fund a business since everyone’s situation is unique. Finding the best way to meet your unique needs is what is most important. Here are six ideas that are creative ways to finance your small business.

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Bouncing Back: How Resilient Leaders Respond to Failure

Many leaders suffer from illusory superiority, meaning they are absolutely delusional about their own performance. However, failure is inevitable. Author Jeffrey A. Kottler shares the art of bouncing back when it happens.

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How to Craft Your Resume to Attain More Senior Positions

If you’re struggling to move past the entry-level or early-years phase of your career, then you are not alone. Here’s how to craft your resume to attain more senior positions.

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Take the Lead of Your Career as an At-Home Freelancer

Ever found yourself staring out a window at your full-time job wondering if your skills could land you your first freelance gig? Makeda Waterman, a freelance writer, shares how to build your career as an at-home freelancer.

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Balancing Health and Work: A Call to Be Kind and Gentle to Ourselves

Sometimes it takes an unexpected emergency to get us to refocus. David Grossman shares how he’s reconsidering balancing health and work this year.

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Do You Expect to Find Joy at Work?

Thirty years ago Kate Nasser told friends and family that she wasn’t happy at work. Her admission began her quest to find joy, and these are the lessons she’s learned along the way.

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You’re a Human Being, Not a Human Doing: 3 Steps to Opt Out of the Rat Race

Has life’s busyness got you ready to opt of out the rat race? Guest writer, Randy Conley, encourages us to remember we are human beings not human doings.

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Small Business Marketing for Less

Often, small business owners avoid creating a marketing plan because of fear over costs. Here’s how to do small business marketing for less.

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If You Were Fired, Who Would Protest?

Who would protest if you were fired? Becoming an others-oriented leader might help to lengthen that list.

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Curiosity: The Built-in Brake on the Mood Elevator

Too often we rush to judge ideas we don’t fully understand. What if, instead, we relied on curiosity? How could that elevate our mood?

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