How Leaders Can Inspire Loyalty in Employees & Customers

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– by Ainsley Lawrence Ainsley Lawrence is a freelance writer with an interest in the way business, technology, and education intersect with the personal. She loves traveling to beautiful places and is frequently lost in a good book.     Loyalty is essential to the success of any business. If you only focused on bringing… read more

‘I’m a CEO, Here Are My 4 Tips for Career Success’

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Deborah Liu – Newsweek   My high school English teacher Ms. Morris once asked me what I wanted to pursue as a career. I replied, “Maybe a paralegal?” She asked me, “Why not a lawyer?” Stunned, I asked, “I can do that?” I grew up in a small town near Charleston, South Carolina. My parents… read more

To Become More Assertive: 5 Learnable Skills

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Jonice Webb Ph.D. – Psychology Today   Is either of these remarks, spoken to a neighbor, assertive? 1. If you don’t mind, can you turn down your music? 2. You need to turn down your music right now. The answer is no. People often think that assertiveness involves standing up for yourself—saying what you think and… read more

How Burnout Physically Changes Your Brain (It’s Not Pretty)

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BY JESSICA STILLMAN, CONTRIBUTOR, INC.COM   When you’re a busy entrepreneur, it’s easy to convince yourself you need to just push through burnout. With people relying on you and endless problems to solve, many business owners feel like they don’t have the time or space to take a step back and deal with their mounting stress and exhaustion…. read more

Why Companies Benefit From Using Recruiting Firms

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– by Ainsley Lawrence Ainsley Lawrence is a freelance writer with an interest in the way business, technology, and education intersect with the personal. She loves traveling to beautiful places and is frequently lost in a good book.     One of the key challenges for any company is staffing. The people you choose to… read more

How to Purchase the Right Moving Supplies

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Written by: StorageUnits.com Editorial Team – Updated: May 11, 2022 Moving is an exciting time that can also be extremely difficult and stressful. Packing for your move is a huge task, but like any other big job, it’s easier when you’re prepared with the correct tools. Knowing the right type and amount of moving supplies to purchase… read more

Guide to Improving Sleep as a Remote Worker

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Written by Slumber Yard Team Last Updated: June 23, 2021 Coronavirus has had a devastating effect on the American labor force, cutting jobs without prejudice and leaving entire families jobless overnight. In its January 2021 report, the Congressional Research Service wrote, “The unemployment rate peaked at an unprecedented level, not seen since data collection started in… read more

What to Do When You Have Little to No Job Experience

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– by Ainsley Lawrence Ainsley Lawrence is a freelance writer with an interest in the way business, technology, and education intersect with the personal. She loves traveling to beautiful places and is frequently lost in a good book.     Landing your first job is difficult. You don’t have any prior experience on your resume,… read more

Office Feng Shui for Optimized Productivity

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-by Geraldine Orentas from Happy Writers, Co. in partnership with Faxage online faxing services.   Most offices don’t have a very welcoming space. With the rise of work from home, Feng-Shui and wellness-focused practices are increasing in popularity. Feng Shui is a Chinese practice where you focus on your energy, or chi, to improve overall… read more

Four Tips to Writing Better HR Emails (for More Effective Communication)

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– by Jessica Fender Jessica Fender is an HR specialist with a long history of consulting, both with organizations and job seekers.   Despite instant messaging and remote management platforms being popular communication channels, email is still a dominant choice for many HR professionals. According to HubSpot, over 4 billion people use emails daily, with… read more