7 Steps to Relieve Stress and Anxiety Guest Post by By Carthage

Stress and anxiety are prevalent in modern life. When the pressures and demands exceed your capabilities, stress and anxiety soon raise their ugly heads. The consequences can be horrific. Your health, relationships, and career can be seriously affected by stress and anxiety. When you find yourself in this situation, it is important not to panic.…

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How to be More Influential in Your Current Role Guest Post By Jo Miller

What are some ways to influence others before earning a higher title? I think this is the great catch-22 that most aspiring leaders deal with: That you can’t get a promotion without showing that you can influence and lead others, but you can’t gain the influence without the higher level job title that comes with…

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12 Things That Successful Leaders Never Tolerate Guest Post by Lolly Daskal President and CEO, Lead From Within

Tolerance is a virtue–most of the time. But some things should never be tolerated. To build a successful career and life, make sure as a leader these are never on your list. By and large, tolerance is a good trait. The differences we encounter enrich our lives and organizations. But to attain a successful life…

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How to Live a Positive Life in a Negative World Guest Post by Iamthelawofattraction

How to live a positive life in a negative world How to live a positive life in a negative world?    ………Staying positive can be extremely hard especially in todays world, where 99% of us are living in the human rat race. Why is it hard for the 99% of people, simple because it is…

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4 Incredibly Easy Ways To Practice Everyday Gratitude Guest Post By Catherine Pearson

With Thanksgiving here, now is the time when many of us pause to reflect on all that we have and give thanks. But research shows there are major benefits to practicing gratitude — which Robert Emmons, a professor in UC Davis’ psychology department and author of Gratitude Works, defines as an “awareness of how we…

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TIME Person of the Year 2014: The Choice Guest Post By Nancy Gibbs

They risked and persisted, sacrificed and saved. Editor Nancy Gibbs explains why the Ebola Fighters are TIME’s choice for Person of the Year 2014 Not the glittering weapon fights the fight, says the proverb, but rather the hero’s heart. Maybe this is true in any battle; it is surely true of a war that is…

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