Technology Induced Stress and Choice Overload

Feeling technology induced stress? What if it isn’t the increased presence of technology that’s causing it, but instead the choice overload you’re facing?

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The Consequences of Saying No to the Wrong Work

As a freelancer, discernment is key. Turning down the wrong projects is hard, but it’s important. Once you do, you can face the consequences of saying no.

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How to Finish Strong: The Secret You Already Know

Looking back on past success can provide clues to understand how to tackle our current goals. Self-awareness is the key to help you finish strong.

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Preventing Panic: How to fight against a feeding frenzy

Preventing panic is a leadership challenge. A poor leader pours fuel on the fire, a great leader does everything they can to contain it.

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I Hate Eggshells: Why We Avoid Tough Conversations and What We Risk in the Process

Writer Scott Savages takes a look at why we avoid tough conversations and how leaders can stop avoiding and start talking.

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Let Go and Let It Be

Ever wonder if by doing such a great job performing miracles at work, that people think miracles just happen? What would happen if we let go and let it be?

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4 Tutoring Tips for Quiet Leaders

Being naturally quiet or introverted doesn’t disqualify a person from positions requiring public speaking and interaction. Here are a few helpful tips for quiet leaders.

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What Keeps Us From Finding Common Ground

Molly Page comes clean about her quest to be a “Common Grounder.” She shares how she’s considering adjusting expectations of herself and others to pave the way toward compromise.

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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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Navigating Detours and Making the Best Of Them

When life’s twists inevitably lead to unplanned detours, it’s scary and unsettling. Navigating them carefully can yield unexpected surprises and victories.

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Why Finding Common Ground Can be Difficult

Prompted by a challenge to define her argument style, writer Maya James found herself contemplating exactly why finding common ground can be so difficult.

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When Everything I Thought About “Finding Your Calling” was Wrong

We’ve been conditioned to believe that “finding your calling” is the ultimate career goal. So how do we find something we care enough about to give everything we have to achieve that goal?

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