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Points for Professional Development

Both in life and business, seeking self-improvement is a must. In a constant effort to become the best version of yourself, you’ll find fulfillment and satisfaction in a hard day’s work. If you’re just fine with where you’re at personally, consider others’...

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Losing Steam? Raise Your Self-Esteem!

Are you finding yourself skipping out on opportunities for growth and learning? Or shying away from confrontation and standing up for what you believe in? Are you struggling to stick with your goals? When you’re not entirely sure of yourself and feel stuck in one...

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Finding Calm in a Crisis

Everybody performs differently under pressure and in times of crisis. How you choose to act and react during these times determines the kind of person you are. Some people crack under pressure while others find ways to work through it. But there are a special few...

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Developing Your Ability to Follow Through

Starting projects, setting goals, and agreeing to commitments is relatively easy. What most people struggle with is the ability to follow through with those engagements. Thankfully, this is a skill that you can improve and build up over time. Don't just create a...

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“Yes” is Your New Favorite Word

Making big changes in life is difficult, especially when making a change to your mindset. But switching up your perspective and becoming more receptive is the best way to gain more from life. So, when you start to feel stuck or are wanting more from the world...

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You Can Dictate How You Feel

Waking up at 6:00 am and getting out of a warm bed only to stub your toe in the darkness of your room isn’t the best way to start the day. Thankfully, the throbbing stops, and you continue downstairs to make your morning coffee. Approaching the last few stairs,...

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