When I’m the Difficult Person to Work With

When we label someone the difficult person to work with, do we ever stop to consider why they are being difficult or consider their point of view?

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Choosing To Do

If we let it, art can impact our lives and shape our attitudes. Justin Kanoya considers one work’s message and how he used it to process a sad event.

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Stop Looking for a Fun Place to Work

When we hear the advice, “Do something you love and you’ll never work a day in your life,” it can be misleading. It’s time to stop looking for a fun place to work and instead focus on finding a career that is rewarding, challenging, fulfilling and satisfying.

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Time Flies: Stop Wasting It

Times moves quickly. As we age it seems to go quicker and quicker. Zach Morgan shares some personal realizations and implores us to stop wasting time.

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When Listening Isn’t Enough

The journey toward common ground is one of many, many steps. Listening carefully is important, but what happens when our biases and filters muck up the process? Here’s how to move forward when listening isn’t enough.

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Global Summer Internships: How to Craft a Growth-Oriented Career

Considering summer classes, a full or part-time job, or an internship with a local corporation or charitable organization? While each of these options delivers value, summer internships abroad offer something more – a global perspective.

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The Sneaky Sentence That Keeps You From Growing and Thriving

In business and in life, if we’re not growing, we’re dying. Continual commitment to growth is the only thing that can keep us from backtracking. Here’s how to overcome the “It’s always been this way” mindset.

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The Broken World Awaits You

The broken world awaits you. What will you do? Start mending by knowing your neighbor’s names and using the talents of the people you work with.

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Choosing Ease Over Easy: Living In the Flow of Life

Choosing ease over easy doesn’t mean life is without struggle. Sophia Da Silva Hopson describes it as a way of life that is balanced between exerting needed effort and enjoying the moments of effortlessness.

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When Good Isn’t Good Enough

When we encounter a good opportunity that isn’t quite perfect, it can be tempting to take it. Maya James shares her experience and why she’s waiting for the right opportunity instead.

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Keep it Fresh: Public Speaking Tips for The Presenter in a Rut

Getting bored with a presentation you’ve had to give many times? It’s important for you and your audience that you keep it fresh. These public speaking tips will get you out of that rut and help keep things interesting.

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The Hangnail Lesson: Facing a Failure to Act

Zach Morgan learned a valuable life lesson from a hangnail. The painful situation gave him an opportunity to face his fear confront his failure to act.

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