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So you don't go unnoticed by your employer.
In a world of tight deadlines, it’s no wonder that some of your stress might seep out and affect your colleagues. But — because they’re under pressures of their own — you risk perpetuating a vicious circle, where you mirror and magnify each other’s frenzy.
You can’t control their behavior, but you can take charge of your own.
Work might demand that we are always on but some people have managed to carve out meaningful lives outside of their work. Here’s how.
70% of American workers struggle with finding a work-life system that works for them. For many in the workforce, achieving any type of work-life balance can seem like a myth, especially when technology has made us accessible around the clock.
Over the course of a lifetime, our small 'mindless' decisions can have a big impact on the trajectory of our careers and the shape of our lives.
A whopping 96% of the 3,000 people surveyed in a recent study said they were living life on autopilot.
You have a presentation coming up, you've prepped, you know the information inside and out, but as prepared as you are, how do you know if you are conveying an air of confidence? (by Dr. Nicole Lipkin - Equilibria Leadership Consulting)
A few key lessons that will make a world of difference.
I was fifteen when I first noticed that I was depressed. That was also when I became seriously interested in happiness.
Brilliant's not enough in today's economy--you need a compelling story so people will remember you.
One of the best ways for you to get a leg up in this competitive climate and distinguish yourself from the rest of the pack is to tell your brand story.
If you’re hinging your happiness on a life that hasn’t happened yet, or comparing yourself to other people, you will never, ever be happy. (by Cheryl Hunter)
5. Make it a two-way value exchange.
You are always enough. (by Cherie Aimée)
Until you surrender the outcome, you will always be the greatest enemy to your own success. (by Joshua Michael Medcalf)
It’s for Prospective Employees, Too.
It’s for Prospective Employees Too.
Gratitude is an oft-overlooked aspect of leadership, but it is so important for cultivating the proper spirit and mental attitude to lead. (by Dr. Nicole Lipkin - Equilibria Leadership Consulting)
Breaking habits and behaviors is not easy. (by Zach Obront)
1. Find your filler word and get rid of it.
Sometimes putting yourself before others is vital.
When our needs are met, it becomes incredibly easy and incredibly natural to give to those around us.
On the whole, consumers care not only about buying the best and most affordable product or service—they also care about a company’s history, ethics, and contributions to society. (by Zach Obront)
How a leader relates to the people around them can set a precedent for the entire culture. (by Dr. Nicole Lipkin - Equilibria Leadership Consulting)
Regardless of your ability to connect with clients right now, you can always get better. (by Zach Obront)
When it comes to establishing and maintaining a mentorship in today's digital age, there's virtually no excuse. (by Ryan Jenkins)
To live a life of no regrets, you must know who you are. (by Cherie Aimée)
It's never easy to reach out to someone and have them come back and tell you that they can't grant your request, but it's essential that you handle it properly if you ever want to make a request again.
Wouldn't it be great if we could command someone to make us better at those things about ourselves that we really want to change?
Wouldn't it be great if we could command someone to make us better at those things about ourselves that we really want to change? It would be easier if someone else did the work and the result was our being happier and more engaged. Unfortunately, this isn't possible, as you probably already know. W...
When it comes to productivity and focus, it’s all about preserving your energy — or willpower. (by Dr. Nicole Lipkin - Equilibria Leadership Consulting)
Most people think something is impossible until it’s done. (by Joshua Michael Medcalf)
In his words: “To accomplish the miraculous, you must attempt the ridiculous.” (by Zach Obront)
We attract who we are, so in order to create a circle full of people you can count on, YOU have to be someone whom people can count on.
Because it's worth your time and effort to figure out how to continuously improve any skill in your arsenal. (by Marissa Brassfield)
Accomplishing your dreams requires more than passion and hard work. You also need a strong network of people to support you. (by Cherie Aimée)
Unwinding all the baggage takes great patience, plus a robust system and the work to follow through until the end. (by Yuri Kruman)
So what do you do if you’re trying to attract and retain talent in your organization? Let’s examine a few of the myths and truths. (by Kimmy Lear)
Our advice: Ignore the statistics.
2. They reframe setbacks as opportunities for growth.
(by Dr. Nicole Lipkin - Equilibria Leadership Consulting)
A different way to deliver feedback to Millennials that unlocks new levels of accountability and productivity at work. (by Ryan Jenkins)
AI is all around us and the impact of machine learning on businesses moving forward will be immeasurable.
The only talent required for any of these skills is the humility to accept that we all learn from those that came before us. (by Dr. Nicole Lipkin - Equilibria Leadership Consulting)
It can help sharpen your listening skills and to think fast on your feet. (by Jennifer Ritter)
Free yourself of anything that doesn’t bring you results. (by Marissa Brassfield)
It will set you apart from the rest. (by Joshua Michael Medcalf)
The trick lies in embracing your gifts. (by Zach Obront)
If we start with ‘I’ and truly understand who we are, then our ‘why’, ‘what’, and ‘how’ emerges. (by Eric Termuende)
Knowledge without Action is powerless. (by Zach Obront)
How have you helped yourself through a difficult life event? (by Cheryl Hunter)
When you have truly fallen in love with the process of becoming great, then you will have people that you never dreamed you’d work with knocking on your door. (by Joshua Michael Medcalf)
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