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6 years

Size Doesn't Matter Anymore

I think we've got it wrong...now. Where once it was imperative to have everyone in the same, open space to collaborate, build the culture, and chase the unicorn concept of "team" we've now entered a new era of business where those things are actually achieved in a much different way. And, as knee-jerk unpopular and oxymoronic as it may feel, separation actually breeds togetherness.

6 years

Embracing Low Energy

As we approach deeper into wintertime with shorter days, longer nights, stressful work deadlines, travel and holiday messes, read how your body is responding to the stresses.

6 years

7 Steps To Get A Raise Without Asking For One

Earn nicely, spend wisely, and live happily — well, that’s how most people expect to live their life. But as it turns out, things aren’t always easy for everyone. Especially when you’re up for a promotion or a raise. According to a recent survey conducted by Payscale — more than 50% of the workers say that they never asked for a raise, more than 30% workers say that they got a raise without asking for it, and more than 25% workers say that they feel too uncomfortable to ask their employers for a raise.

6 years

The Secret of Judging

Oftentimes when we say that we are judging someone, we think that we are doing something wrong. 

6 years

Circumstantial Pawns

Most people go through their lives reacting to the circumstances that they find themselves in. They are unaware of why things happen to them and, as expected because of the fundamental attribution error. This basic psychological state tells us that if bad things happen to you, it is bad luck, whereas if good things happen to you it is because of your brilliant choices. On the other hand, if bad things happen to me (Jesse) it is because of my poor choices, whereas if good things happen to me it is because of my good luck.

6 years

Self-Help Books are Great but What To Do When the Going Gets Tough?

So, when the going does get tough, author G. Brian Benson suggests practicing some of these habits: Laugh, Go for a Walk, Clear Out and Clean Up, Be of Service. Be Kind, Be Vulnerable, Happily Expect the Unexpected, Attitude of Gratitude, and, Hang in There!

6 years

Time

The transition through the fourth industrial revolution is leading to significant upheaval in the lives of millions of people already and will effect tens of millions more over the next few years. Based on the needs of some of the largest businesses in the world, although tens of millions of people will find themselves lacking the skillset necessary to prosper in the coming years (75,000,000), there will be 130,000,000+ new openings for people with the skill sets needed to work effectively in the early fourth industrial age.

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