What Meetings Do People Want to Attend? Design an Experience.

What meetings do people want? Too many organizers do not think about the answer to this question prior to scheduling a meeting. We need to design a better meeting experience.

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The Right Routines for Thriving in Change

Finding inspiration to be consistently creative can feel a bit daunting in our VUCA world. Writer Sara Saddington suggests manageable routines for thriving, even when the muse seems to be playing hard to get.

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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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Chasing Inspiration

When you find yourself chasing inspiration, how do you give your brain room to breathe and create? Here are a few tips to spark your creativity.

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One Way to Cherish Each Second of the Day

While looking for a tool to help him journal, he found a creative way to cherish each second of the day.

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Finishing Strong: Bring in Fresh Eyes Early and Often

When working on a project the key to success is collaboration. We all have blind spots. So it’s vital to bring in fresh eyes — early and often.

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Design Thinking for the Greater Good

Design thinking is a problem solving way. Design thinking is human centered, possibility driven, and iterative. Greater good rises a theme and a result.

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That Thing No Entrepreneur Says Out Loud

In her latest post, writer Heidi Oran is sharing the secret that you’ll rarely hear from an entrepreneur. Can you relate?

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The New ROI: Return on Intelligence

The new ROI is return on intelligence. Hiring smart talent is key, but we need smart people with the right character to get the right return.

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Is Anyone Listening? Lessons from the Best Graduation Speeches

Have you been tapped to give an important speech? Scott Savage shares tips from the best graduation speeches to make your preparation a little easier.

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How Writing Just Might Save My Life

I think social media is trying to kill me. And it’s working with an accomplice, the current state of the world. I suspect I’m not alone in this paranoid delusion. I know that I can’t be the only person whose feeds have slowly morphed from a land of vacation pictures, inspirational quotes, and sales pitches…

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The Bullet Journal: Is This Productivity Tool for You?

Regardless of how much I rely on the computer for many aspects of my life, at heart, I’m still a pen and paper person. I love notebooks and dividers. Pens and rulers. I didn’t learn until recently when I took up part-time university studies in psychology, why exactly this is. Over the past few years,…

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