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Content SEO: Writing for Your Audience
According to a recent Microsoft study, people’s attention spans have dropped to a range comparable to that of a goldfish. This short attention span means that as blog writers...
Continued Learning: Is It Suitable for Your Career?
The Importance of Continued Learning Most people associate learning with formal education. Formal education, in turn, usually becomes associated with a limited amount of schooling. For example, ten or...
Balancing Your Day Job and Your Passion
There is an increasing trend of employees taking up a side job, either to earn extra money or to boost career skills in a field they are passionate...
Millennial Burn Out: Myth or Problem?
Millennial Burn Out Stress remains at the root of burnout for everyone. Research from the American Psychological Association shows that millennials have officially become the most stressed generation in...
Flextime: Your Competitive Edge
According to the Harvard School of Public Health, 44 percent of working adults said that their current job negatively affects their health. Workplace stress has become more of...
How to Master Chaos and Keep Your New Year’s Resolutions
The beginning of a new year feels like a clean slate. But as the holidays fade away and the pace picks back up again, it can be hard...
Avoid the Email Trap—Tips for Email Productivity
The Trap of Email Productivity The average American worker spends over 30 hours each week checking their email. While email is a modern communication miracle, it can also be...
How to Beat Procrastination: Worst Things First
According to the American Psychological Association, chronic procrastination affects approximately 15-20% of adults in the general population. Blame technology, blame culture, blame a generation, but we’ve all succumbed...
Winning Friends and Influencing People With Communications Skills
Over 30 million people worldwide have read Dale Carnegie’s classic book detailing the art of communications skills and success in business and everyday life. With such a large...
Building Company Credibility for Leaders
Less than three percent of companies successfully complete all of their projects. This is largely due to the fact that employees are not psychologically engaged. This lack of...
How to Capitalize on the Dominant Freelance Workforce
57 million Americans are members of the freelance workforce. What’s more is that the majority of these workers began freelancing by choice, not out of necessity. What’s more...