Graceful Failure: How To Turn A Mistake Into An Asset

We all make mistakes professionally. When we turn a mistake into an asset and embrace graceful failure, we make the most of the opportunity we’re given.

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The Most Valuable Thing You Can Do Heading into the New Year

Defining your personal values might be the most valuable thing you can do to prepare for next year. Here are three thoughtful questions to help.

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The Best Apologies

With apologies dominating the headlines, we’re getting plenty of examples of bad ones. The best apologies have these things in common.

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Are You Making an Impact: The Importance of Linchpins

What does it mean to be a linchpin? Would they miss you? Scott Savage challenges us to consider what we’re doing to impact our communities today.

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The Importance of Forgiveness in the Professional World

We talk a lot about forgiveness in our personal lives, but how does forgiveness (or lack of) impact our professional relationships and our work lives?

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No One Deserves Toxic Friendship

No one is immune to and no one deserves toxic friendship. What do you when you discover that a relationship is not good for you?

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Loyal Leadership: How to Inspire Frontline Employees

Company loyalty seems to be something that is hard to come by these days. How do leaders inspire loyalty in frontline employees while still meeting goals?

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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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A Goal Revolution: One Thing We Need to Do

Forget about New Year’s resolutions. It’s time for a goal revolution. Let’s all pick one thing and finish the year strong!

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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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Job Search Resentment: A Reminder to Stay Mindful

When we spend months on the hunt for a job it’s easy for job search resentment to set in. Here’s how to keep it at bay and what we can learn from it.

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