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Write Every Day Developing a habit means doing something regularly. Therefore you should do your best to find time to write every day. It doesn’t have to be a long period of time, even fifteen minutes will do if that’s all you can spare. The key is to practice every day Read More
Those who have become disillusioned with the online job search and have made a lot of efforts trying to find the job think that celebrities have always bee Read More
Fame can happen to anyone -- actors, musicians, politicians, corporate CEOs and even the mom next door (with the right reality show to help). But is fame all it's cracked up to be? The late Beatles member George Harrison once said that he always wanted to be successful without being famous. What a telling statement Read More
Call it a dream. Call it a vision. Call it whatever. Is there something that you want? This was a hard question for me to answer when I was younger, and I think that’s perfectly normal. Having a clea Read More
Today's most powerful transformation is underway: more successful small and mid-sized businesses are embracing "strategic HR" to drive higher performance, productivity and profits. But you probably know it hasn't always been this way… Read More
Inflation soared by more than expected last month sparking fears that the Bank of England could be forced to raise interest rates sooner than expected.
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For the first time since Bloomberg BusinessWeek began its annual Most Innovative Companies ranking in 2005, the majority of corporations in the Top 25 are based outside the U.S. The reason: the new global leaders coming out of Asia. Read More
One of the freelancer’s major challenges — if not the major challenge — is to be able to direct ourselves in our work. Focus is the key to self-direction. In most workplaces, employees have external pressures, like bosses, colleagues, project timelines that others have set, that automatically provide focus. Read More
They yell, "I don't agree!" when you least expect it. They demand, "I need it . . . now" no matter what you're doing. And if they think you're not paying them enough attention, they throw a bloodcurdling fit. Exasperated and exhausted, you want to yell, "You're getting a time out--that's it!" Except you can't, because it's your client, not your 2-year-old. Read More

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