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Give your self-confidence the boost you need

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A soldier in a rag-tag third-world revolutionary army lost his rifle, so he went to his group's leader for a replacement. “What am I going to do?

How I Stay Inspired (Personal)

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Robin Sharma shares 5 of the practices he runs to keep his inspiration levels at their peak.

Analyzing Your Competition’s Campaigns To Improve Your Social Media Marketing Plan

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It is really important that we get all the help that we can when we create a social media

From The Jobs of the Future to the Habits of The Likeable People: May's Top 10 Leadership Stories

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This month we put a lot of focus on the future of the workplace from how customizing design by department can boost morale throughout the office to how the office itself is disappearing.   Here are the stories you loved in Leadership, for the month of May 2015. This mont

6 ways to build career skills on your own

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At some companies, your boss will actively suggest that you attend conferences or provide opportunities for on-the-job training.

Taming Your Inner Critic

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Hello there… Please Meet Your Inner Critic Do you have an Inner Critic? You know what I mean… it’s that harsh voice in your head that reminds you of your inadequacies, mistakes and failures. It’s that voice that unfairly causes you to doubt yourself and question you

Cutting through the noise

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Last December, Google released a study that showed 60 per cent of online ad impressions are overlooked by consumers. On an average, a user is served with 1,700 banner ads per month leading to, what analysts have started to refer as banner blindness. Today, the average display ad click-through

The naked corn paradox

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Sometimes, the thing that's done to market something makes it worse. And so, the corn at the local supermarket is already husked, because it looks better, sells better but tastes worse. And stereo speakers are designed with extra bass,

Four Daily Habits Of A Good Boss

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Consistency is key, and a strong leader stands firm in what they practice. Each day, great people wake up and follow a specific personal routine that pushes them to be the best entrepreneur possible.

Developing a Curious Nature

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The Power of Curiosity Have you ever wondered what it would be like to live an adult life from the perspective of a child? Well, it’s actually not too difficult to imagine because all it takes is a little curiosity. Yes, it’s curiosity that typically separates the childhood mind from