5 Things Confident Women Never Do Guest Post by LARAE QUY

One of the first things I learned as a new FBI agent was how to set the tone for success when interviewing suspects. At the top of my list was conveying confidence to the person across from me because—and this is crucial—confidence sends the message that you are in a position of authority. I walked…

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6 Ways Vision Will Inspire Your Employees And Culture A Guest Post by Meghan M. Biro

Even as kids, we developed radar on leadership. Consider the classic schoolyard game, Follow the Leader. Everyone has to do exactly what the leader does, or they’re out. Growing up, I remember watching that game dissolve time after time. The leader would start doing scary climbs or huge leaps, and the followers felt put at…

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13 Approval Seeking Behaviors You Need to Stop Guest Post By Carthage

Approval is like a killer drug. It becomes addictive and you quickly develop a need for more. When you have a need for approval you value the beliefs, opinions and needs of others above your own. Their opinion of your is far more important to you than your own view of yourself. Receiving disapproval becomes…

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10 Signs You’re in the Wrong Job Guest Post by Jo Davidson

So you don’t like your job, but hey, who does? And, it pays the bills, so you can’t complain, right? But what if your job is making you miserable, negatively impacting your health, wellbeing, relationships and more? Maybe it’s time for a rethink. Here’s ten signs that indicate you should consider a change… 1. You have…

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How To Prepare For And Survive A Layoff Guest Post By Lisa Chatroop

As of last month, the U.S. unemployment rate had decreased to 5.8 percent, the lowest it’s been in years, according to the Bureau of Labor Statistics. That’s good news, but don’t get complacent—nothing is secure when it comes to the economy. Get your finances in order while times are good, so you won’t panic if…

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The Uncomfortable Truth Of What Is Keeping You From Success Guest Post by Linda Coussement

1. You’re Not Clear On What Success Really Is I’ve been interviewed for a popular magazine in the Netherlands when I was a student and it was all about what we wanted out of life after our studies. I’m caught on print that all I wanted was to have an amazing, well-paid job, a big…

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Developing a Problem Solving Mindset Guest Post by By Carthage

Whether you are trying to improve your productivity, improve the quality of your relationships or, resolve conflict; there is one critical factor which is often overlooked – a problem solving mindset. A problem solving mindset is essential in almost every area of life. Even with the best planning and preparation, things will go wrong for…

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