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Jean Kelley

What to Do When You’re Hated at Work

By Jean Kelley At some point in your career, you’ve probably felt disliked—or even hated—by someone at work. Maybe it was your boss, a co-worker, or someone in a different department you interacted with occasionally. Perhaps the person was trying to get you fired, make you look bad, or just cause you frustration and self-doubt. […]

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Lee Ellis

You Know You’re Smart, But What About Your Emotional Intelligence?

By Lee Ellis The commercials on television today talk endlessly about treatments for low this and low that, but unfortunately, we don’t hear much about low Emotional Intelligence (EQ).  Here are some symptoms: You know you’re brilliant, yet you find yourself reacting with impatience and anger with others who just don’t get it.  You’ve noticed […]

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Denise Michaels

Seven Secrets to Become an Overnight Sensation

By Denise Michaels What do reality star Kim Kardashian, investor mogul Warren Buffett, and super attorney Gloria Allred have in common (besides the fact all three are swimming in money)? They are all media darlings.  When they want the world to know what they are doing – people listen.  When they have a new offering, […]

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Esther Francis Joseph

Make Your Own Managerial Impact: Avoid Your Boss’s Mistakes

By Esther Francis Joseph After years of hard work, you’ve made your way through the company’s ranks and have finally received the recognition you deserve by getting the promotion you’ve been dreaming of. And after many years of being overworked and under-appreciated by managers, you vow, “When I become the boss, I am not going […]

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Farzanna Haffizulla

Mindset For Success

By Dr. Farzanna Haffizulla It’s 2am on a Saturday morning. You awake in a panic. Your body is pulsing with electric jolts and your mind is racing uncontrollably! It is at this quiet, undisturbed hour of the early morning that it hits you: am I where I want to be in life? Did I meet […]

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Jennifer FitzPatrick

Keep Up at Work as You Age

By Jennifer FitzPatrick Do you ever marvel at how fast the new college graduates in your office seem to move?  Have you heard them chatting about watching late night television or having sipped martinis at the latest hip club into the wee hours of the morning?  Despite this lifestyle they still seem to have unlimited […]

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Farzanna Haffizulla

Conquering a Sick Day

By Dr. Farzanna Haffizulla It’s a crisp Monday morning; your agenda is interwoven with meetings, projects and the usual “catch-up,” from the week past. You awake with shaking chills and muscle pains that feel like you’re being pulsed by a million tiny lasers. Every time you swallow, your saliva feels like gasoline fueling an already […]

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Keith Ogorek

Your Book as Your Business Card

Indie Book Publishing Provides Professionals the Edge By Keith Ogorek What is 6” by 9,” usually weighs roughly one pound, and is giving an increasing number of business leaders an advantage over the competition? A book. Thanks in large part to the explosion of Indie book publishing, the use of ‘the book as a business […]