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5 Tips to Turn on your Purpose

5 Tips to Turn On Your Purpose (The Way to Living a Resilient Life)

Purpose is defined as “something created for a reason.” Living life on purpose can be a challenge in the age of distraction and constant busyness.  As you read through this article, take the time to reflect on how your life is going.Living a life on purpose  creates satisfaction and meaning even when you are being […]

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5 Tips to Stop Playing SuperHero at Work

5 Tips to Stop Playing SuperHero at Work

Everyone is busy. Multi-tasking is the new normal and distracted is the typical state of mind.  You probably have a ‘to do’ list with more items on it than you can achieve in the course of a day. Listen in on conversations; you will hear people complain about how much they have to do both at […]

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Are You Type A? 5 Signs You Are.

Are You Type A? 5 Signs You Are.

Type A is short for the driven person who is usually in a rush, often coming across as aggressive and short tempered. Type A’s are ambitious, perfectionists, and in the process of getting the job done, do not think about how they come off to others. Results matter and people are secondary.  There can be […]

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Is Your Boss a Bully?

Is Your Boss a Bully?

If you’ve ever been in a situation where your boss, supervisor or manager was bullying you, you are not alone.Statistics show that nearly one fifth of employees in the United Stated are a target of workplace bullying, and about 19% of employees witness these acts directly. How do you know if you’re being bullied, and you […]

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Is Your Coworker Passive Aggressive?

Is Your Coworker Passive Aggressive? (and how to respond)

It’s highly unlikely that everyone likes all of their co-workers, right? There’s always going to be someone who seems to clash with others, no matter what. Unfortunately, in the workplace, we don’t have the luxury of parting ways and moving on without them. We’re stuck with them. And if they are passive aggressive, it’s even more […]

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