Month: February 2020

10 Small Habits That Have A Huge Return On Life

Article Link: https://getpocket.com/explore/item/10-small-habits-that-have-a-huge-return-on-life?utm_source=pocket-newtab By: Darius Foroux Over the years, I’ve adopted many different “positive” habits. To me, a habit is positive when it improves the quality of my life. A lot has been written about forming habits. How hard it is? How long does it take? What’s the best way to break habits? How do…
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Why Some People Get Burned Out and Others Don’t

Article Link: https://getpocket.com/explore/item/why-some-people-get-burned-out-and-others-don-t?utm_source=pocket-newtab By: Kandi Wiens and Annie McKee Stress and burnout are not the same thing. And while we know that stress often leads to burnout, it’s possible to handle the onslaught of long hours, high pressure, and work crises in a way that safeguards you from the emotional exhaustion, cynicism, and a lack…
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How to Take Notes While Reading

Article Link: https://getpocket.com/explore/item/how-to-take-notes-while-reading By: Scott Young Note-taking is an incredibly powerful tool for learning. Notes extend your memories. I’ve explained before how writing can be seen as an external enhancement of your brain, allowing you to think more complicated thoughts and solve harder problems. Notes you keep, therefore, act to expand your memory. Notes enhance…
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4 Tips for Effectively Communicating with Coworkers

Article Link: https://trackvia.com/blog/excelling-at-work/4-tips-effectively-communicating-with-coworkers/ By: Meghan Bassett Effectively communicating with coworkers is something you cannot afford to overlook. There are many things which can make or break the success of a company, and communication is certainly one of them. Despite the important role clear communication plays in the workplace, there are many employees that have not…
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10 tips for surviving cold & flu season in your office

Article Link: https://blog.rotacloud.com/surviving-cold-and-flu-season/ By: Phil Kendall The days are getting shorter and the leaves on the trees are turning red. That’s great news for those of us with a soft spot for Christmas, but it also means that the dreaded cold and flu season will soon be upon us. According to the Office for National…
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