“The question I ask myself almost every day is, ‘Am I doing the most important thing I could be doing?’“ Mark Zuckerberg Read more ›
“Life isn’t about finding yourself. Life is about creating yourself.“ George Bernard Shaw Read more ›
It’s important for your personal brand to be prepared for the latest marketing trends online. In order to accomplish this we need to have specific systems and instructions in place. Scrum methodology and agile marketing both help you to prepare for the future and have an effective strategy in place.
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“Success means doing the best we can with what we have. Success is the doing, not the getting; in the trying, not the triumph. Success is a personal standard, reaching for the highest that is in us, becoming all that we can be.“ Zig Ziglar Read more ›
I saw this fun problem on Math StackExchange. Which answer in this list is the correct answer to this question? 1. All of the below. 2. None of the below. 3. All of the above. 4. One of the above. 5. None of the above. 6. None of the above. Can you figure it out? … Continue reading Best Multiple Choice Question Ever? Read more ›
Most people define resilience as the ability to spring back during a difficult situation. Or, maybe you know it better as simply being “tough as nails.” Either way, having the grit to to recover from hardship and keep going is a valuable trait—but it’s especially important for entrepreneurs who have to deal with unique challenges. […] Read more ›
Please also keep in mind that job search by someone who is employed differs significantly from job search by someone who is unemployed. The latter is, typically, more motivated, the person can devote more time to it, and the unemployed job seeker’s actions should not be done covertly. This article focuses primarily on job seekers …
“When you believe you have lost your power and control, nothing will ever seem easy or simple.“ Shannon L. Alder Read more ›
Guest contributed by Stacey Engle Women empowerment movements have been a prevalent force over the past year, from #metoo to #timesup. The individual and collective impact of these movements has varied, as have the conversations we have had surrounding these topics – both at work, and at home. At Fierce Conversations, we wanted to get… Read More
Do you want to become a successful corporate executive? Or, you want to start your very own business pursuing your passion? Man of us share thoughts like these. However, it is never easy to beat all the odds and chase down your dreams. Now, every day you see college dropouts becoming millionaires and revolutionizing the […] Read more ›
In 2012 Google began studying teamwork in the company. Called “Project Aristotle,” results were released in 2016.
Google in-house researchers studied 180 teams at the company and analyzed over 250 team attributes through more than 200 interviews.
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After more than a dozen years in school, it can be tempting to take a break from learning. Of course, you can’t completely avoid picking up new skills or tidbits of knowledge as time progresses. But you should actually make a point to do so for several reasons — here are 11 of them.
“Be miserable. Or motivate yourself. Whatever has to be done, it’s always your choice.“ Wayne Dyer Read more ›
Guest Contributed by Julie Morris Ask busy professional women about what she most desires, and a lot will wish to reduce stress. If you feel like you’re living on the proverbial hamster wheel, it’s time to make small changes to your day to reduce stress and save your sanity. Our tips will help you thrive… Read More
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Many things in your life can cause your stress levels increase. Especially unexpected events at work or in your personal life make changes in your body and when your body try to make adjustments, stress happens. Unfortunately, stress has many side effects such as upset stomach, headache, exhaustion, sleeping problems and many more. Although some …
“Life’s real failure is when you do not realize how close you were to success when you gave up.“ Unknown Read more ›
This week we invited a guest to contribute to the career tip column. Fierce Conversations wrote a recent blog post on how leaders engage with it comes to organizational initiatives. Get on board, even if you’re not the driver. Just because you aren’t driving an idea or initiative, or didn’t come up with it to… Read More
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In a grid of circles, some blue dots are drawn to make the following equation. The expression reads: (10 + 11) (10 – 11) = 100 + 1! The challenge is to make the above equation true by either coloring four blue dots or erasing four blue dots. Hint: the title reads “Keep it 💯” … Continue reading Keep It 💯 Puzzle: Change Four Dots To Make True! Read more ›
I broke my ankle last January. It’s been over a year and a half. In my post-op (that is post operation for those of you fortunate enough to not know what post-op is :p) visit the doctor said that everything went well, the place where the bone broke will heal and actually be stronger than […] Read more ›
“You can teach a student a lesson for a day; but if you can teach him to learn by creating curiosity, he will continue the learning process as long as he lives.“ Clay P. Bedford Read more ›