Posts Tagged ‘ worry ’

Four Career Lessons Better Learned Now Instead of Later

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October 15, 2018
Four Career Lessons Better Learned Now Instead of Later

Tweet According to Cassell’s Dictionary of Slang, the expression ‘KEEP ON KEEPING ON,’ dates back to the 1910s. This adage is often used today, but is it really a sustainable strategy? Here are four career lessons you’ll be grateful to learn sooner rather than later. Regret robs your ability to enjoy the gift of the...
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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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6 Ways to Prevent Fatigue and Worry and Keep Your Energy and Spirits High

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December 6, 2011

Tweet Fatigue and worry can sometimes be a given with just about any job you have, even for those with the “perfect” job doing the things they absolutely love.  For many, there’s always too much to do, too little time, not enough resources and then of course there’s always the issue of involving multiple...
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How to Banish Boredom in Your Job

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December 4, 2011

Tweet One of the chief causes of fatigue, worry, and resentment is boredom. But if you find creative ways to make your job interesting, you can thrive and flourish in anything you do. In his book, “How to Develop Self Confidence & Influence People by Public Speaking,” Dale Carnegie tells the story of Sam,...
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The “New” Secret to Productivity

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July 12, 2011

Tweet There are over 408 books listed today on Amazon.com under the classification of “personal productivity.”  Considering myself an avid reader as well as a self-improvement nut, I often cruise Amazon to see if there are any new, exciting, fresh resources out there that I should be aware of.  You know the kind I’m...
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