5 Powerful Ways to Think More Positive Thoughts

No matter how driven and passionate you are at work, you are bound to experience disappointment and skepticism as much as you do satisfaction and joy. Adversity is inevitable and it is easy to dwell on mistakes. However, it is certainly possible and in fact important to be reflexive and embrace every experience positively as a […]

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Book Review: The ONE Thing

The ONE Thing: The Surprisingly Simple Truth Behind Extraordinary Result by Gary Keller has made more than 350 appearances on national bestseller lists, won 12 book awards and been translated into 27 languages. People are using this simple, powerful concept of ONE to prioritize and focus on what matters most in their personal and professional lives. By focusing […]

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10 No-Fail Dinner Party Conversation Starters

Running out of conversation starters at parties? Karla McDonald from Huffingtonpost.com has some tips for you to bring back the fun! Alexa Hampton, interior designer and author — I will first ask them to explain to me their work. People usually have a way they explain their job, or how they spend their day, so they can […]

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Christmas To-Do’s for Young Professionals

As Christmas approaches and the year draws to a close, there are many ways to celebrate and share the festive joy. For young professionals, Christmas is a time to gather your loved ones and show your appreciation, send warm regards to acquaintances and peers and look back on a year of success with your colleagues. […]

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6 Workplace Trends You Will See In 2018

New developments in technology, demographics and organizational needs catalyse change in workplace arrangements every year. According to Dan Schawbel form Forbes.com who predicted upcoming changes in workplace arrangements and dynamics based on extensive industry research, these will be the workplace trends in 2018 to look out for: 1. Leaders encourage more human interaction Companies will […]

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Health and Fitness for Busy Young Professionals

Health should not be a compromise, but it is often neglected by young people striving for their careers. Missed lunches, skipped gym days and underused yoga packages are all signs that often, we take care of ourselves less than what we set out to. What can young professionals like yourselves do to incorporate workouts and […]

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Dating in Your 30’s: What is different?

How is dating different in your 30’s than in your 20’s? According to Dr. Kristen Carpenter, Director of Women’s Behavioral Health at Ohio State’s Wexner Medical Center, it is where work-life balance starts to become the top priority. Women who want love and family tend to start wondering how they will fit it all in, while still […]

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How to be More Diplomatic at Work

An appropriate degree of diplomacy at the workplace is critical for effective communication and maintaining relationships with your colleagues and clients. It is useful in both conflict aversion and conflict resolution, whichever circumstance applies. Moreover, business prospects are not rosy and when you are tasked to deliver negative news and feedback, being diplomatic can facilitate professionalism and fairness. […]

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