Monthly Archives: March 2014

5 Navigation Tips When Feeling Overwhelmed

Ever felt overwhelmed at work or in your personal life? That overwhelming feeling can occur for various reasons: Extensive workload Taking on …

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Leaders – How Do You Show Up?

In Patti Johnson’s soon to be released book, Make Waves: Be the One to Start Change at Work and In Life, Major League …

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Spring Break: Adventures in the Disruptive Economy

Last week was Spring Break for my kids, which we spent exploring Portland, Oregon. Portland, Oregon? Not exactly a prime spring break …

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Don’t Get to Work: Banishing the Cult of Busy

My mother told me that “hate” is a strong word and that I should use it sparingly. And so with all intended …

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When You Don’t Know What To Do Next, Do This

by Alexis Sclamberg I’ve started playing a game with my peers. When they vent to me about work — describing their cranky …

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Why Talented Employees Are Leaving You in 2014

According to a recent study by CareerBuilder, 1 out of every 5 workers is planning to leave their job in 2014. That’s …

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