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Three Tips to Put Your Networking Fears to Rest

October 31, 2017
Three Tips to Put Your Networking Fears to Rest

Tweet Networking effectively is important to succeed in any line of business, yet many people fear putting themselves into uncharted waters and meeting unfamiliar faces.  Think back to the last networking event you attended, perhaps it was a conference or new product launch party. Did you look new faces in the eyes as you...
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Three Questions to Ask When Developing a Personal Brand Statement

October 23, 2017
Three Questions to Ask When Developing a Personal Brand Statement

Tweet Dale Carnegie was a pioneer of personal branding long before a ‘personal brand statement’ was officially coined. Since everyone can be recognized by their unique strengths, abilities and passions, these attributes comprise a personal brand statement. Having a strong personal brand statement is vital to staying competitive whether you use it to land...
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Five Steps to Stay Motivated When You’re Exhausted

October 16, 2017
Five Steps to Stay Motivated When You’re Exhausted

Tweet We all have ‘off’ days from time to time. Whether you didn’t get enough sleep or aren’t excited about what you need to accomplish on any given day, here are five steps to staying motivated so you can get the job done. First visualize your goal and document the reasons for attaining it....
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Feeling Overwhelmed? Three Steps to Developing a ‘To-Don’t’ List

October 11, 2017
Feeling Overwhelmed? Three Steps to Developing a ‘To-Don’t’ List

Tweet If you’re feeling overwhelmed at work, you are not alone.  According to the American Institute of Stress, 80% of workers feel stress on the job and nearly half say they need help in learning how to manage stress. Dale Carnegie was a stress management pioneer, having published his best-selling book, How to Stop...
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Three Research-Based Reasons to Lead with Compassion

October 4, 2017
Three Research-Based Reasons to Lead with Compassion

Tweet Compassion is something we rarely hear about in the workplace, however new research suggests that it directly impacts an organization’s bottom line.  Since having compassion helps leaders be successful, it also enables the employees they manage to become successful—which ultimately contributes to the company’s overall success.  Here are three researched-based reasons to lead...
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Three Responses Worth Adopting to Show You’re Actively Listening

September 22, 2017
Three Responses Worth Adopting to Show You’re Actively Listening

Tweet When it comes to listening, most people are only proficient at half of Merriam-Webster’s definition which is, “to hear what someone has said and understand that it is serious, important, or true.”  I know my colleagues and family members can hear me, however I often discover that they weren’t really listening after the...
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Three Study Habits to Cultivate in Your Career

September 6, 2017
Three Study Habits to Cultivate in Your Career

Tweet Whether you were a stellar student during your school years or not, here are three study habits worth applying to grow your success in the workplace. Trade absolute thinking for a positive mindset.  Dale Carnegie said, “It isn’t what you have or who you are or where you are or what you are doing...
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Three Research-Based Reasons to Hone Happiness in the Workplace

September 1, 2017
Three Research-Based Reasons to Hone Happiness in the Workplace

Tweet Walk into any organization and you can probably ascertain if employees are generally happy and well treated, or not—within seconds.  If you currently manage a team or are aspiring to leadership, it’s time to take happiness into your own hands.  Here are three reasons why. Workplace happiness benefits the bottom line.Research proves what...
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Four Tips for Tackling Team Optimization

August 25, 2017
Four Tips for Tackling Team Optimization

Tweet Drive your team to success by applying one or more of these teamwork tips. Tackle team structure first. First and foremost, it’s critical to assemble an ideal team.  In Jim Collins’ best-selling book, Good to Great, the author implores, “If we get the right people on the bus, the right people in the right seats, and...
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Take Two before Bed—Insomnia Myths Debunked

August 17, 2017
Take Two before Bed—Insomnia Myths Debunked

Tweet It wasn’t until I learned to apply Dale Carnegie’s 5th principle to ‘Break the Worry Habit before It Breaks You,’ which is, ‘Decide just how much anxiety a thing may be worth and refuse to give it more,’ that I learned to sleep on it instead of staying awake with it.  Here are two common myths about sleeplessness...
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