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How to Increase Your Likeability
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How to Increase Your Likeability

One way to not get a job is to be unlikable.  People tend to hire people they…

7 habits of a bad speaker
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7 Habits of a Bad Speaker

From the Job Network, Jessie Liu shares an infographic that shows the habits of a bad speaker.

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It’s Never Too Late To Start, Here’s Why [Infographic]

From LifeHacks, Adam Maidment shares two great infographics prepared by Anna Vidal on how it’s not too late…

productive versus procrastinator
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Productive versus Procrastinator

Sometimes the difference between success and failure is trying just a little bit more.  Being productive can…

How-Much-People-Work in countries around the world
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How Much People Work Around the World

How many hours per week do Americans work compared to other countries? To find out, see the…

Wasted-time-at-work-infograph
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Wasted Time in the Workplace

Wasting time a work is as good a way as any to be forced to start a…

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Six Productivity Hacks Backed By Science

From Lifehack — whether you are working or looking for a job, being productive with your time…

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What Really Motivates Employees?

I loved Daniel Pink’s book Drive because it challenges the idea that money is a primary motivation….

how to be sensationally successful
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10 Ways to be Sensationally Successful at your Job

Once you have a job, make the most of it.  Being sensationally successful at your job can…

The Way to Personal Branding
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The Way to Personal Branding

There are many ways to describe managing your reputation — some call it personal branding, others call…

10 Success Principles to remember
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10 Success Principles to remember

I read Stephen Covey’s Seven Habits of Highly Effective People years ago and at one point could…

18 ways to be more positive at work
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18 Ways to be more positive at work

Some people think that if you are successful, you will be happy.  Shawn Achor, in his book…