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That knot in the pit of your stomach has a tendency to reappear about twice per year – and you can generally predict the date and even the time of day for the first symptoms. Next Tuesday is your Performance Evaluation discussion with your boss - where you’ll sit...read more
Looking to move for work? Here are 4 things to consider. Maybe you’ve been at your job for years and you’re mulling a career change. Maybe the city you live in is starting to seem too small — or too big. Maybe you’re just starting out in the work force. Whatever the...read more
4 Tips on Dressing Formally For An Interview We often ask advice from “people like us” – our peers. To get a different perspective, I asked Joey Randazzo, 2016 graduate of University of Puget Sound and Project Manager for Paleo Magazine, for his thoughts on dressing...read more
There has been so much attention on the Gig Economy in the media. Nonetheless, many people still may not have a true picture of how this important trend is reshaping the work place. Marion McGovern, author of Thriving in the Gig Economy, was an entrepreneur who...read more
Stress, we all know, can be a killer. It comes in endless forms, induced by family issues, home life, money worries and, of course, work pressures. When job stress hits, we can feel trapped in a vortex of negative thinking. We can’t concentrate. We can’t be...read more
North Americans have adopted meditation and mindfulness because it can improve work performance, personal relationships, and health. In an average 9-to-5 work day, just 5 minutes of deep breathing, reflection, and tension release can work to decrease stress levels and...read more