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Words of Advice from 6 Successful Entrepreneurs

July 18, 2011  
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Words of Advice from 6 Successful Entrepreneurs

From the coolest nerd ever to the most cutting-edge fashion designer to have lived in this era, there’s an element that sets the best and the greatest apart from the pack. We selected a few of these trailblazers and here’s what they have to say in their own wisdom-filled words. —         […]

Working Life Balance: Where Do You Measure Up On the Scale?

June 20, 2011  
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Working Life Balance: Where Do You Measure Up On the Scale?

Whether you’re an ambitious workaholic slaving away up to 70 – 80 hours a week or a pleasure-seeking socialite who’s never had to work a day in your life, it’s clear that there’s an imbalance that needs to be rectified. You always hear the words “work/life balance” but what does that exactly mean? Well, we […]

Perk Up Your Mood with Fun Office Accessories

May 9, 2011  
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Perk Up Your Mood with Fun Office Accessories

Add a bit of humor to your humdrum office with these fun accessories whether for work or home. They’ll leave you feeling cheery and also make great gifts to co-workers and friends.   4GB Flash Drive Missing your favorite childhood toy? Well, now you don’t have to be. Useful and amusing, this 4GB flash drive […]

6 Most Common Grammar Mistakes that Make You Look Unprofessional

January 17, 2011  
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6 Most Common Grammar Mistakes that Make You Look Unprofessional

In a technology driven, digital world where every second counts and the need to be entertained is no longer just a light desire but a manic addiction, some of the other important things in life get swept under the rug without notice—like the lost art of speaking well, reading well, and—well, writing well. No need […]

Lunch Breaks at Work: 20 Ways to Make the Most of an Hour

January 5, 2011  
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Lunch Breaks at Work: 20 Ways to Make the Most of an Hour

What’s there to do during your lunch hour? Why, there’s plenty. Rather than staying couped up in your office, get out of the premises—to a café, gym, park, store, or even the parking lot. In the latest poll conducted by Right Management, 20 percent of employees eat at their desks and 13 percent “seldom or […]

Going Freelance: How to Get Paid on Time

November 11, 2010  
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Going Freelance: How to Get Paid on Time

Whether you’re a graphic designer, photographer, web consultant, writer or stylist who runs your own business, there’s nothing more annoying than having to deal with clients who don’t pay on time. Times are tough, but it doesn’t excuse dilatory behavior. Maybe you come off as easygoing or your contract says too little and they are […]

Must-Know Web Marketing Tips for Small Business Owners

August 30, 2010  
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Must-Know Web Marketing Tips for Small Business Owners

How to grow your business using search marketing techniques. So you just started your own business or worked your way into self-employment and now you’re on the hunt for new customers and clients. Wouldn’t it be nice if they just found you naturally on the first page of the Google search engine by typing in […]

7 Workplace Ergonomics Tips You Must Follow

June 21, 2010  
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7 Workplace Ergonomics Tips You Must Follow

By Esther Suh, OT/L, Occupational Therapist — Ergonomic disaster. This guy is an example of what not to do: Slouching. Leaning. Eyes glued to the monitor. Fingers cramped. Stressed. Fatigued. Looks like he could use a healthy dose of ergonomics in his life. Ergonomics is a way of designing a person’s environment to foster the […]

Quarter Life Crisis Symptoms

May 15, 2010  
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Quarter Life Crisis Symptoms

In a time loop. You’re in a version of Groundhog Day. You wake up, go to work, wait till the clock strikes five, go home, sleep. Repeat. You wake up, go to work, wait till the clock strikes five, go home, sleep. Again and again and again. Change. That’s what you need. You know when […]

Entrepreneurial Mindset

April 24, 2010  
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Entrepreneurial Mindset

Jaime Hepp is the president of a successful marketing company that focuses on training and developing young professionals to become strong and well-rounded leaders. Current Position: President of T.A.G. Hometown: Humboldt, Saskatchewan, Canada Education: 2 years at University of Saskatchewan Your news source: CNN and Fox Last book you read: Your Child’s Self Esteem: Step-by-Step […]

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