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Mindfulness at Work


Mindfulness may seem like a great idea, but how do you become more mindful in the context of a busy work day? You may have emails, phone calls, meetings, and presentations to deal with. And, of course, your own work! In the middle of all that, how can you apply the principles of mindfulness so […]

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Bots and project management


Work and the world around us has been disrupted. Computers and robots are taking over many of the jobs humans used to do. This economic change is impacting every industry including the practice of project management (PM). Google’s DeepMind recently beat a world champion of Go, which is said to be the most advanced board game on this […]

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Working under pressure? 3 things you have to know


Being able to deal with pressure in the workplace is a highly sought-after skill. If pressure at work is part of your everyday life, you will be pleased to learn that there are things you can do to both lower the pressure and prove to others that you can handle pressure effectively. Here are three […]

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The world’s ‘lightest satellite: built by a 18 years old designer


An Indian teenager has built what is thought could be the world’s lightest satellite, which will be launched at a Nasa facility in the US in June. Eighteen-year-old Rifath Shaarook designed what he describes as the world’s lightest satellite, from scratch. The device weighs a mere 64 grams (0.14 lbs), making it even lighter than a smartphone. […]

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Introverts & Networking: Yes, you can


We know that you’ve heard it before: it’s not what you know, but whom you know. But…you hate networking and that’s ok, a lot of people do. And networking for introverts is even more challenging. According to Susan Cain’s, The Power of Introverts Ted Talk over 50 percent of the U.S. workforce self-identifies as introverts. The good news is […]

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Sales Checklist


A sales manager needs to adhere to a standard process as it relates to scaling an inside sales organization. Focusing on the rhythm as it relates to managing the processes, people, metrics and reporting in an inside sales organization is key to success.  Below are individual items aimed at providing a checklist of activities that […]

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Two questions to help you become more successful in life, according to a Harvard professor


Michael Phelps and Winston Churchill made appearances in Eric Barker’s book, “Barking Up the Wrong Tree.” Barker uses them as prime examples of people who succeeded because of — not in spite of — their eccentricities. Phelps has an unusual body type; Churchill was a “paranoid loose cannon.” And yet both found a niche where […]

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How to be the best candidate for a job?


Being the best candidate for the job often means being the person who performs better than all the other applicants in a job interview. If you have the qualifications and work background an employer needs, your task during an interview is to successfully communicate what you would bring to the job. The challenge is in […]

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Meditate and fly


Traveling is stressful and one of the best ways to relive stress is through meditation. When you’re thousands of feet above the ground and stuffed into a tube with other restless passengers, though, finding a way to meditate peacefully can be tough. Here a few reasons why meditation is a must-do when you’re flying: There’s […]

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