Category Archives: Work

6 Tips for Dealing with Conflict

Smart ways to handle your next heated situation, shared by Nadia Lopez. She should know — she’s a school principal. Nadia Lopez, founding principal of Mott Hall Bridges Academy, is no stranger to a challenge. When she opened the school … Continue reading

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6 Time Management Tips to Increase Productivity

By: Brian Tracy Time is the most valuable resource. So if you want to be productive, you have to learn how to manage it effectively. To help you with that, we transcripted a tutorial made by Brian Tracy, for better … Continue reading

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5 Rules for Effective Job Titles

  By: Leonard Palomino As the first thing candidates see, in bold colored lettering, the job title greatest impact on whether candidates will click on a listing. Here’s how to write good ones. 1- Be specific. An effective title contains … Continue reading

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6 Surprising Reasons Why Charging More Transforms Your Business

Charging a premium price can mean the difference between effectively making minimum wage and living a rich life. After increasing my price, my profit jumped from $90,000 to $1.5 million! By: Russ Ruffino That eye-opening moment … That moment when … Continue reading

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6 Steps to Confronting Passive-Aggressive Behavior

By: Signe Whitson Do you know someone who is overtly cooperative but covertly defiant? Do you live or work with a person who chronically procrastinates, carries out tasks with intentional inefficiency, or acts as if he or she is the … Continue reading

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5 Behavioral Changes That Can Make You Wildly Successful

By: Alan Zimmerman On the night of the dress rehearsal, the old violinist was the only one there, ready and on time. The orchestra conductor said, “I want you to know how much I appreciate you being here.” The old … Continue reading

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New Job Titles

Stop calling workers with old titles. Just use new titles. Please address them accordingly and they will like it and work *HARDER* for you. OLD: *Garden Boy* NEW: *Landscape Executive and Animal Nutritionist* OLD: *Receptionist* NEW: *Front Desk Controller* OLD: … Continue reading

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