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by Uche Okorie
2 weeks ago
Is Wealth a Fixed Quantity?

Have you lived your life with the idea that wealth is fixed in quantity? Trying to start a business with the fear that you may have to struggle to get a piece of the wealth pie, which can't get any bigger? Once you begin to understand that money is not the same as wealth, I'm sure you'll be glad to know how you may able to break that barrier of limitation.

Business & Money
by Amanda Rinaldi
1 month ago
The 10 Best Books for Aspiring Entrepreneurs

Starting your own business as an entrepreneur is certainly not easy, but leveraging the power of books written by successful business owners who share their own success stories coupled with effective techniques and strategies can help jumpstart your way to a smarter, more effective path to success.

Business & Money
by Leigh Goessl
5 months ago
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5 Tips for Surviving in a Conflict-Filled Office

While ideally everyone would like to get along most, if not all of the time, the reality is conflict is likely to emerge in the office at some point. Probably on a regular basis. This generally isn't a problem because conflict can lead to solutions, but if it is constant and ongoing without any sort of resolution, it could develop into a more serious problem.

Business & Money
by Edupliance
7 months ago
Identifying and Eliminating Toxic Workplace Behaviors

Identifying and Eliminating Toxic Workplace Behaviors

Business & Money
by Leigh Goessl
7 months ago
How to Get Through the First Day of Work on a New Job

The first day of work at a new job is often a mix of excitement, anxiety and perhaps even downright fear. How you approach the day will make all the difference in whether or not it is a success.

Business & Money
by Leigh Goessl
8 months ago
Returning to Work After a Long Absence

Reasons why people take a leave of absence from a job may vary and, whatever the reason was for taking time off, this can pose some challenges when it comes time to re-enter the workforce. Additionally, it can involve a great deal of change.

Business & Money
by Leigh Goessl
8 months ago
What to Include in a Professional-Sounding Resignation Letter

Haven't written a resignation letter? There are a few general guidelines to follow when putting one together. Here's what you should know.

Business & Money
by Leigh Goessl
8 months ago
Prepping to Make a Good First Impression on a Job Interview

There are several things you can do ahead of time to prepare for your interview. Doing so will relieve stress and also give you more time to deal with anything unexpected that might happen on the day of your appointment.

Business & Money
by Leigh Goessl
10 months ago
How Being Unemployed Can Negatively Affect a Person's Health

When a job loss occurs, this generally has financial repercussions. However, over time it can cascade into other areas of life as well. Did you know that not only does unemployment affect one's financial health, but could affect a person's physical health too?

Business & Money
by Leigh Goessl
10 months ago
Qualifications Needed To Succeed in a Customer Service Job

It takes a special kind of person to work in a customer service job. If the person representing the face of a company does not possess certain traits and attributes in his or her personality, he or she will have a difficult time working in customer service.

Business & Money
by Leigh Goessl
10 months ago
Things to Do Before You Leave Your Job

After the decision has been made to leave employment there are often many details and loose ends that need to be tied up before the last day on the job. It is important for employees to give these details attention before separating from an employer.

Business & Money
by Gordon Hamilton
10 months ago
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How Does Working from Home Affect your Social Life?

Working from home is a dream for millions of people. This article looks at how working permanently from home can affect your social life in a number of not always obvious ways.

Business & Money
by Leigh Goessl
1 year ago
5 Skills Employers Look for in Employees

As employers begin the recruiting process they often have a pretty good idea of what kinds of skills they are looking for in potential employees. As an applicant you'll want to try and match these ideals in order to land specific jobs.

Business & Money
by Leigh Goessl
1 year ago
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How to Stay Motivated in a Toxic Work Environment

If you've ever worked in a toxic work environment riddled with hostility, poor morale or even corruption, you understand well the challenges that come with working in this kind of atmosphere. How to cope.

Business & Money
by Leigh Goessl
1 year ago
Unprofessional Ways to Quit a Job

Whatever the reason for quitting, it's important to give careful consideration to the approach taken when the decision to leave a position has been made. There are many bad ways to quit a job.

Business & Money
by Leigh Goessl
1 year ago
Keeping a Good Work Ethic When Working in an Unethical Environment

Those who stick to their guns and refuse to engage in unethical behavior will find their careers thanking them in the long run.

Business & Money
by Leigh Goessl
1 year ago
How to Stay Out of the Office Gossip Trap

Office gossip can plague a workplace if it gets out of control. One of the key problems with gossip is the fact it tends to spread like poison ivy. The itches and uncomfortable reactions of gossip can irritate, or even hurt, those who get caught up in the infectious cycle.

Business & Money
by SparkyStar
1 year ago
Top 10 Job Interview Questions

Here are ten common interview questions that you may be asked when going for a job interview and tips on how to answer them.

Business & Money
by Leigh Goessl
1 year ago
Got Jitters? Calm Those Nerves Before the Job Interview

While some level of nervousness is generally expected, being overly anxious when going on a job interview can inadvertently give the interviewer a negative impression of you. To avoid this happening, it is a good idea to focus on ways to calm your nerves.

Business & Money
by Leigh Goessl
1 year ago
6 Signs You Might be Addicted to Your Job

As people addicted to their jobs develop their daily schedules, their focus tends to totally be geared towards work issues. The workaholic tends to neglect other aspects of his or her life in favor of work as a result of this compulsory behavior. 

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