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FOBO is secretly ruining your life – here’s how to escape it
FOBO: the fear of better options. So how do you make the drawbacks of this decision fatigue disappear, you ask? It's easy.
4 things to do when you want to leave one team for another at work
Attempting to switch teams at the company you work for can be a slippery slope — here's how to make the whole process a little more painless for you.
You make or break your life between 5-7 a.m.
I didn’t understand how important my morning routine was at the beginning of my mission. But it quickly became very apparent.
This is the right way to leave a professional voicemail
When it is easier to email someone instantly than spend time ringing them up, the act of leaving a proper voicemail can become a forgotten art.
4 ways to slash your resume down to one page
Slicing off bits of your resume in order to keep it to one page can be so tough, especially when you've accomplished a lot in your career.
How to recover when you get someone’s name wrong in an email
Messing up someone's name is so embarrassing. But with the number of emails that find their way into our inboxes every day, it's probably happened to you.
Here’s how you can succeed at delegating employees
Successfully delegating everyday tasks frees managers for more strategic, big-picture thinking. But first, you’ve got to get your head out of the weeds.
How to know when you need a mental health day (and how to ask for one)
Taking a mental health day can help you recover from stress, anxiety, or depression. The most important step is recognizing the signs that you need one.
Accelerate your learning curve with these 5 practical tips
I firmly believe there’s a difference in the way we learn. You can spend 10,000 hours doing something and learn nothing.
5 pre-interview rituals you can do ‘the day of’
When there are hours leading up to your interview, what can you do to prepare and make the most of your remaining time to get in the right headspace?
How to get the raise you deserve when you work from home
To advance yourself and your income, you need to help close the gap. Elevate your professional self and get the raise you deserve as a remote worker.
6 things to do when someone is jealous of you at work
It is your job to get along with this person in a productive manner.
What you need to know before trying a detox
Detox is a huge buzzword these days, but it’s hard to know if it’s a healthy practice or just a total gimmick. When it comes to the science behind detoxification, the answer actually lies somewhere in between.
How to fine-tune emotional intelligence to get ahead in business and life
Emotional intelligence is not just about job performance; it’s a life skill that can enhance all our personal interactions.
Pat yourself on the back. With words. Document your amazingness.
Early on, in spite of my shyness, I learned the importance of talking about myself, about what I do, and just how generally amazing I can be.
Sorry, but coffee will not sober you up, according to a new study
According to a new study, coffee does not sober you up if you are drunk — it's not the miracle elixir we thought it was.
How 10 celebrities say they integrate work-life balance
10 celebrities share how they try to integrate work and life. Despite fame and fortune, work-life balance plagues all parents, regardless of their paycheck.
Bob Dylan: When and why you should reinvent yourself
Time changes our circumstances. How well we accommodate this, then, depends on how well we are able to reinvent ourselves.
Everything you need to know to have perfect timing
Author Daniel Pink talks about the importance of timing both for doing things within a day and across the timing of your life.
The reason why ‘quiet your inner critic’ is bad advice
Much like the fellow human beings around us, once you start respecting your inner critic, you’ll find that it respects you back.
This 10-minute routine will increase your memory and creativity
Memory and imagination are inextricably connected. In fact, your memory is imagined. Your memory gets better as you become more imaginative.
4 ways to stay busy when you retire from work
When you leave the workforce and enter retirement, you'll need a bunch of ways to stay busy. Here's what to do during your Golden Years.
7 questions to ask before quitting your job
Even if that grand exit seems more and more appealing these days, career experts suggest reigning in those impulses — and answering a few questions first.
How to have a successful summer vacation
Lots of people will take a vacation this summer, but for many of them, their vacations won’t be the relaxing, recuperative getaways they were hoping for.
This is the exact time you need to power nap, according to experts
If you find yourself really struggling to keep your eyes open during the work day you should consider a quick power nap.