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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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Stop Confusing Habits for Routines: What You Need To Know

By: Nir Eyal Habits are hot. Self-help articles extol the power of habits and books on the topic sell by the millions. Yet, like many pop psychology topics, the conventional wisdom about the effectiveness and application of habits is frequently outdated, misapplied, or flat out wrong. Building habits to change behavior the right way can…
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10 Scientifically Proven Ways to Build and Manage Great Teams

Article Link: https://www.inc.com/jeff-haden/10-scientifically-proven-ways-to-build-and-manage-great-teams-wed.html By Jeff Haden No one does anything worthwhile alone, and that’s why we all want–scratch that–why we all need–to build great teams. But is team-building an art or a science? Great question–one I asked Gregory Ciotti, a Customer Champion at HelpScout, a company that provides email support software for SaaS and ecommerce, if…
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4 Simple Tips For Making Your Workplace More Productive

Article Link: https://blog.markgrowth.com/4-simple-tips-for-making-your-workplace-more-productive-e089353fe909 By: Steven Spatz Here’s a corporate slam dunk: Ask 100 CEOs if they strive for a productive workplace. The response will be unanimous: Yes, of course. But what, exactly, do CEOs need to do to make productivity a priority — and to ensure their teams are as productive as possible? In short,…
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4 Simple, Quick Fixes to Improve Your Typing Today

Article Link: https://www.daskeyboard.com/blog/improve-your-typing/ by TheDas Sometimes there’s nothing more frustrating than typing. Whether it’s hitting the wrong key during an online game, constantly messing up that one piece of coding, or even taking for-ev-er to finish that presentation due tomorrow, you wish there was an easy way to get better at typing. Well, simply put,…
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3 Simple Strategies to Help You Work Well With Others (Even if You Don’t Like Them)

Article Link: https://www.inc.com/the-muse/how-to-improve-your-work-relationships-strategies-to-work-well-with-people.html By: Jaclyn Westlake Fact: Working with other people is hard. Even when you like them. And over the years, I’ve tried different strategies to improve relationships (or, at the very least, prevent myself from freaking out in people’s faces). But then, last year, I started going to therapy to deal with a…
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Six Ways to Start the Year Off Right

By: Connie Certusi Article Link: https://www.allbusiness.com/six-ways-to-start-the-year-off-right-103151-1.html A new year inspires renewed energy and excitement for what could happen. It’s a fresh start and the perfect time to reflect on the past and plan for the future–to set goals and figure out how to meet them. We may already be a couple of weeks into January,…
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Why Your Brain Needs Exercise

By: David A. Raichlen & Gene E. Alexander In the 1990s researchers announced a series of discoveries that would upend a bedrock tenet of neuroscience. For decades the mature brain was understood to be incapable of growing new neurons. Once an individual reached adulthood, the thinking went, the brain began losing neurons rather than gaining…
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