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How to Rise Above the Negative

Highs and lows are a part of life - It's what makes us human, after all! However, if you happen to be feeling "down" for extended periods of time, it's important to take steps to rise above the negative. Let’s look at some common causes of negativity at home and in the workplace - Then we’ll provide a few ways to overcome them.

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How You Can Become More Productive

In today's fast-paced society, being productive is a MUST both at home and in the workplace. Improving your productivity is about doing more with the hours you already have available. Here are a few easy steps that will help take some pressure off your shoulders.

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6 Simple Tips to Find Your Passion

For some people, identifying what really, truly motivates them is simple; it’s almost part of who they are. But for the rest of us? Not so easy. Here are 6 simple tips to help you pinpoint your passion in life and in the workplace.

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How to Actually Achieve Your New Year's Resolutions

It’s great to have goals and each year many people set new goals for themselves. Unfortunately, many people seem to put more energy into making their resolutions than achieving them. Here are a few helpful hints on how to develop good habits, make your resolutions stick, and see real change by this time next year.

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Sidney Baptista: From IT Consultant To Growth Manager At Breather

As the growth manager for the on-demand workspace company Breather, Sidney Baptista gets to work in a rapidly evolving field. However, his career path wasn't always pointing him toward this role. Instead, a significant change took him into the world of marketing.

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Black Women: 4 Reasons You Should Consider a Career in the Bro-Centric Tech World

This is what it's like to be a woman of color in a white, male-dominated industry: we’re encouraged to join the party, but the party isn’t accommodating of everyone’s unique interests.

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Looking for a Career Change? Rule Number 1: Have No Regrets

72% of college graduates think their bachelor’s degree has been beneficial to their career, but 74% regret choosing their major.

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My Worst Moment, The Best Thing That Ever Happened to Me

For alumna Liz Holzman, her worst moment forced her to reassess her priorities and pursue a career path that aligned with her interests and talents.

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How My Core Values Are Giving My Career an Unfair Advantage

José Ramos spent eight months working out of a storage unit in California, grappling to define his core values. What he arrived at is a compass to guide his career.

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