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How to Make Objective Decisions

We make decisions every day, some very important and others less so. They range from what to have for lunch or how to spend your weekend to leaving your job or having a child. It’s surprising, then, how little attention we pay to one of decision-making’s biggest variables: our own […]

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How to Pitch a New Idea to Your Boss

One of the most rewarding parts of work is having your ideas accepted and seeing them in action. Getting your suggestions accepted can be a real challenge if you’re not in charge, however. What can you do to convince your boss your ideas are worth trying? Maybe your boss doesn’t […]

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Which Sleep Pattern is Right for You?

Done right, sleep is a real treat — relaxing, refreshing and good for you. Unfortunately, many of us struggle to get a good night’s sleep. In some cases, it might be because your sleep pattern doesn’t fit your needs. How can you know which sleep pattern is the best for […]

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How to Prioritize Your Inbox

Email has revolutionized the way we communicate. However, it can feel like our inboxes can pile up and we’re spending forever trying to sort them out. When did it happen that your email has control over you? Fortunately, there are ways you can correct this imbalance by setting yourself a […]

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How Emotionally Intelligent Are You?

Emotional intelligence is your ability to perceive, understand and manage emotions. You use it every day whether you’re hard at work in the office or dealing with a friend in crisis. Good emotional intelligence improves your relationships and your professional outlook. But how do you know if you’ve got it […]

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13 Tips for the Perfect Phone Interview

Job interviews can be an intimidating experience. When the interview takes place over the phone, it can be even trickier. Awkward silences seem to be magnified, and you can’t rely on the interviewer’s body language to judge the atmosphere. How can you ace that interview when you have no visual […]

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