Six Sources of Stress and How to Squash Them

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August 20, 2018
Six Sources of Stress and How to Squash Them

Tweet I once assumed that an ER doctor faces much more stress than my mailman, however this isn’t always necessarily true. According to the American Institute of Stress (AIS), the root causes of stress are highly subjective, citing the following factors as stress contributors: Personality: Different things impact people differently. You may thrive under pressure...
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Overcome Obstacles in Three Steps

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August 14, 2018
Overcome Obstacles in Three Steps

Tweet Despite our best efforts, everyone encounters challenges that seem insurmountable. Procrastinating, worrying or wishing the challenge never presented itself only wastes precious time. Instead, apply these three steps to overcome them. 1. Get out of your head. When presented with a challenge, the stress often feels all consuming which hinders your ability to think...
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It’s Time to Re-Work Your Work-Life Balance Beliefs

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August 6, 2018
It’s Time to Re-Work Your Work-Life Balance Beliefs

Tweet   Do you ever feel that your life at work and at home, is all work? You may find yourself doing only the things you must do at work rather than spending time on something about which you are truly passionate—and then you get home and feel the same way. While this lifestyle may...
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Four Reasons to Capitalize on Kindness

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July 31, 2018

Tweet The origin of the English proverb, ‘Kill them with kindness,’ dates back to the mid-1500’s. In today’s workplace, ‘Capitalize...
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How to Convince Your Boss to Let You Work Remotely

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July 24, 2018

Tweet Thanks to technology, opportunities to work remotely are now abundant as nearly 3.9 million full-time U.S. employees report...
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Three Ways to Optimize an Open Office Environment

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July 16, 2018

Tweet Open office environments, once considered a workplace trend, have become the norm. Today, nearly 70% of U.S. offices occupy an...
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Experts Agree You Can’t Buy Happiness—but It’s Attainable

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July 9, 2018

Tweet Many Americans believe they’ll be happy once they…earn that promotion; buy a new house; finally finish their graduate...
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