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Dog lover turns passion into profit

It’s cliché to say Kim Robinson’s life has gone to the dogs, but it is true. Robinson, 55, spent a majority of her professional life working as a graphics designer. But, in early 2017, her Columbus, Ohio employer was closing shop, forcing Robinson to reassess her future. Did she want to continue toiling in graphic design or try her hand at something new, she wondered. It wasn’t that she didn’t still enjoy graphic design, but soulful pondering fueled a desire to focus her energies on an entirely new pursuit. 

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Percolating perks for millennial employees

 

A recent article in The Undercover Recruiter discussed seven job perks employers should consider if they want to attract and maintain millennials their work force.

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3 Ways To Build Better Teams & Kill A Toxic Culture

A toxic business culture can bring down the whole company, driving good employees away and draining productivity. Such a negative atmosphere is fairly common in U.S. companies. A survey by The Creative Group showed nearly a third of executive-level employees said that a colleague had tried to make them look bad in a variety of ways. A study by the Harvard Business School reported that weeding out toxic employees could save a company over $12,000 per employee.

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Six Habits of Leaders Who Fail

A corporate career can also feel like a never-ending grind. Endless meetings, frustrating bureaucracy, rigid fiefdoms and silos. Constant travel, overnight flights followed by 8:00 a.m. meetings, and late-night conference calls. High stress, rivers of coffee, and seemingly endless time away from family. Working for a large corporation can be a thrilling ride, but it’s also full of aggressive competition, petty jealousy and skepticism, intense scrutiny from all angles, and myriad obstacles, challenges, and pitfalls.

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Is mindfulness the answer for de-stressing anxious lawyers?

San Francisco personal bankruptcy attorney Jeena Cho says she experienced career burnout about nine years ago after practicing law since 2004. She began losing clumps of hair and suffered from insomnia, which she treated with Ambien. She started to withdraw socially, which led to increased anxiety. After her physician could not find anything physically wrong with her, Cho decided to seek relief in other ways than from the innards of a prescription bottle.

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The 3 Stages Of Evolution For Forward-Moving Entrepreneurs

Growing a business sometimes demands that the owner grow as well. The willingness and ability to evolve – in part by embracing change and creating it around them – is an important trait shared by successful entrepreneurs, experts say. 

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How To Change Corporate Culture In 6 Steps

corporate cultureA company’s culture plays a significant role in how successful that company will be over the long haul. But often as the world and circumstances change, that long-ingrained culture also needs to change – and that’s no easy task. Read more...

What’s the state of your estate?

estate planningEstate planning is not just for the wealthy. It’s not only for millionaires or those with mansions. It is for every person who owns anything they wish to pass on to someone or an organization after their death. And, if you’re an entrepreneur, it’s likely you will be bequeathing countless items to others beyond your clothing and furniture. You might pass on a vehicle, a home, life insurance and even the inventory of your business. Read more...

Recruit Your Boss to Help Build Your Career

boss and employeeIs your boss taking time to help you nurture your professional dreams? If the answer is yes, you’re one of the lucky ones. If the answer is no, that can change. And you can be the person who makes it happen. Read more...

The Key Changes You Need To Make To Your Annual Kick-Off Meeting

kickoff meetingIt’s getting to be “that” time of year again, when Sales and Sales Enablement leaders are planning their annual sales kick-off meetings. It’s no small task. In addition to the basic logistics of selecting a destination, blocking rooms and finding meeting space, there’s an unspoken pressure to top last year’s meeting. How can we make it bigger and better? What guest speakers will inspire? What awards will mean the most to our top performers? Read more...

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