Tue.Jun 12, 2018

Adding some creativity to a regular meeting

Practically Perfect PA

We have all been in charge of regular meetings. Perhaps it’s a formal board meeting with dozens of papers and reports, or maybe it’s a more informal weekly staff get together or something in between.

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Depression Is A Myth: 4 Simple Reasons Why You Think So

Dumb Little Man

It’s easy to understand why depression is a myth for most people. Unlike cancer which has physical symptoms that you can easily relate to, the symptoms of depression aren’t easy to recognize. What exactly is depression? Depression, also called depressive disorder or clinical depression, is a mood disorder that affects your basic activities. It affects how you sleep, think, handle situations and the way you relate to others.

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How to Get More Respect at Work

Eat Your Career

“Respect is like air. When it’s there, you don’t notice it. When it’s not there, it’s all you notice.”. Quote from, “Crucial Conversations: Tools for Talking When Stakes Are High”.

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The Growing Silicon Prairie

Small Business Labs

The Hustle's Life in the Silicon Prairie: Tech’s great migration to the Midwest covers the continued growth of the Midwest's tech sector. Key quote: Investors are flocking to Middle American cities like Omaha and Des Moines.

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Overqualified and Interviewing

Office Dynamics

Overqualified but applied anyway – NOT a desperate move. I have applied for positions I was overqualified for and thankful for what I learned from them. There are a few reasons someone might be overqualified but apply anyway.

Your Business and Inspiring Social Change

Small Business CEO

Everyday people form the backbone of charitable giving in the USA, but business is a driving force behind that, with the National Philanthropic Trust finding that charitable business assets totaled $85bn.

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A Guide to Terminal Punctuation

Daily Writing Tips

This post outlines the functions of punctuation marks employed at the end of a sentence: the period, the exclamation point, the question mark, and ellipses. Period. Periods are employed as terminal punctuation for statements other than questions or exclamations.

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