Guidance From A Guru: Tony Robbins’ Tips For A Successful Career

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BY Andy Molinsky – Forbes Tony Robbins grew up with little means, but has had a major impact on the world. And by all accounts, his career progression has been extraordinary – touching millions of lives through his books, audio programs, and live events. I recently caught up with Tony to hear about his career… read more

3 Surprising Ways to Improve Your Decision Making

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By Christine Lagorio-Chafkin – Inc. Author Steven Johnson offers the counterintuitive advice he learned from studying how people make their most important choices.   When faced with choices, some people are swift and decisive. Others are at the opposite end of the scale, becoming cognitively crippled in the face of a decision. But wherever you fall, chances… read more

How to deal with professional setbacks

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By Mike Peake – Friday Magazine Whether you’ve been passed over for promotion or you are being ignored by your colleagues, the workplace can be a minefield, but with a little expert help, Mike Peake says setbacks can be overcome and even turned to your advantage A quick back-of-an-envelope calculation: during the course of a… read more

The Easiest Way To Make A Difficult Decision—And Advance Your Career

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By Chris Westfall – Forbes Every second, there are 6,000 tweets posted on Twitter. In that very same second, 4,400 calls are initiated on Skype and 972 images are posted on Instagram (according to InternetLiveStats.com). That’s a lot of information. The real question is: does all that information make it easier, or harder, to make a… read more

The Great Big Lie That Will Destroy Your Career Success

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By Terina Allen – Forbes It’s fascinating how indignant people can get when other people lie about things, yet they readily accept the lies that they tell themselves all the time. Think about it. People respond with things like “how dare you lie to me” or “we can’t have a meaningful relationship if you lie… read more

Why Recruiting Older Workers Adds Value to the Bottom-Line

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By Jacqui Barrett-Poindexter – Glassdoor Why would you hire a 45-, 55- or 65-year old candidate when a 25- or 35-year old job seeker is available? What areas of value do people with more years behind them than possibly ahead of them bring to the workplace? How do you seek out and vet candidates in their… read more

How to coach your brain to increase your attention span

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By Art Markham – Fast Co. Our chronic sleep deficits play a big role in our difficulty focusing on one task. But—and no surprise here—so do our cellphones and the constant stream of emails. The word “attention” in psychology is a catchall referring to any process that influences what information from the world breaks through… read more

How To Recover From A Career Setback

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By Caroline Castrillion – Forbes A career setback can be tough. We’ve all been there. Your boss unexpectedly calls you into his office and proceeds to tell you that the business has been sold or you’re being replaced in a company restructuring. Whether you’ve been fired, laid off, or passed over for a promotion, it… read more