Tag Archive: Work

10 Steps to Leading a Brainstorming Session that Works

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Brainstorming sessions are breeding ground for idea generation. Invented in the 1930s by advertising executive Alex Osborn, brainstorming was initially coined “thinking up.” In encouraging unhampered, spur-of-the-moment thoughts, Osborn hoped to break the conventional meeting mold that… Continue reading

WiLab Loves: Your Work Is Not Your Life

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Very few things in our lives are absolute Everything is measured by degree, from our attention to our patience to the range and intensity of our emotions. At the same time, some things… Continue reading

9 Ways to Make Your Day More Successful Before 9 AM

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How you start your day can very much determine how the rest of it will go.  Many successful people and entrepreneurs have various morning hacks to create a productive morning routine. I’ve been fascinated… Continue reading

Why I’m Done Being A ‘Nice Girl’

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I do not plan to be a nice person this year. I’ve made a lot of friends by being friendly and uncontroversial toward everyone I meet — in short, by being nice. For… Continue reading

Tips for Balancing Depression in the Workplace

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We all know that life cannot always be separated from work. We aim to have two separate lives: personal and business. But as we cannot control life, there are circumstances that have the… Continue reading

The Night Owl’s Guide to Navigating a Morning Person’s World

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I have never been a morning person. I used to think it would come with adulthood – I kept waiting for the day when I would suddenly be able to jump out of bed… Continue reading

Work It Wednesdays: From Formal to Casual in the Office

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Meeting With The Boss: When it comes to dressing for work, I keep with the classic silhouettes. Erring on the side of being boring, I always look for pieces with some embellishment. A… Continue reading

EMPATHY AT WORK: BRENÉ BROWN VIDEO ANIMATION

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The jury is in on emotional intelligence. It’s not just a buzzword. Ninety-two percent of the company executives surveyed in our recent study reported that culture skills are as important as — if not more important than— technical… Continue reading

Work or Travel? Why not both.

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Upon beginning freshman year, young college students have high hopes of certainty in regards to their life path. The amount of money paid for college, you would hope it should guarantee a career… Continue reading

Trendy on a Budget: Flip It & Reverse It

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Jeans Day is in full force across the company and it still gets me every time. For whatever reason, wearing jeans is a total mood changer. Everyone seems to walk with a little… Continue reading