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LinkedIn Dos and Don’ts: LinkedIn’s Best Practices

Dumb Little Man

LinkedIn is the largest online professional networking platform. It’s only wise to make use of it the right way. If someone is only using it as an online resume, then they are missing out on a lot of opportunities.

2020 213

Study Shows Most Want to Go Back to Offices, at Least Part-Time

Small Business Labs

Gensler, a large global integrated architecture, design, planning and consulting firm, recently released its U.S. Work From Home Survey 2020 report.

2020 182

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How Assistants Can Deal with Difficult Bosses (Video)

Eat Your Career

This video is an excerpt from a live Q&A session with Chrissy Scivicque, Career Coach & Corporate Trainer. The full video is available in the Career Success Librar y.

2020 160

Advanced skills for C-suite Executive Assistants

Practically Perfect PA

Working alongside every successful Executive is an incredibly smart, switched-on and highly skilled Executive Assistant. There are many advanced skills that Assistants, who work in the C-suite, need to be successful in the role. We cover a lot of those skills on this website.

2020 151

Daily Habits That Will Increase Your Happiness To The Max

Dumb Little Man

Who doesn’t want to feel happy all the time and get rid of all life’s sorrows? Alas, it’s not always possible to stay in your best spirits. What most people don’t understand is that happiness is not something that can be achieved by material things.

2020 212

Signs You Are Toxic to Others at Work

On The Job

Lately, we've all started taking a much closer look at toxic behavior in the workplace. People like Anna Wintour and Roger Lynch at Conde Nast are among those high-powered bosses who are being cited as intolerant and cruel.

2020 175

Editing Life

Simple Productivity Blog

As we come out of the isolation made necessary by the COVID-19 pandemic, we have an unprecedented opportunity to shift our lives into ones of our choosing. Rather than taking things as they were, we can look at what we desire our lives to be and shift in that direction.

2020 130

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5 Retirement Planning Myths Busted (To Help You Plan Your Finances Better)

Dumb Little Man

When it comes to financial myths related to retirement planning, there exists plenty. Thankfully, younger citizens are becoming more conscious by the day and are opening up to embracing less conventional financing options.

2020 188

5 Signs Of A Healthy Relationship

Brilliantly Better

I was thinking about a nice, witty introduction for this short article, but, in all honesty, I couldn’t come up with one.

2020 75

10 Terms About the Coronavirus You Should Know

Daily Writing Tips

One by-product of the COVID-19 pandemic is the introduction of a vocabulary pertaining to the disease. Here are ten terms everyone should know to help them and others in their families and communities understand the disease and avoid contracting it.

2020 94

8 Ways To Improve Your Productivity And Mental Health

Small Business CEO

During a pandemic, productivity and mental health may seem to function far apart from each other, but they actually work hand in hand. For many of us, including myself, there has been a lot of pressure to not only stay productive, but to accomplish more than ever before.

2020 90

Your Priorities Lead to Your Decisions

Dumb Little Man

A year ago, my husband and I were at a crossroads. We had returned from living in Mexico for 7 months, anticipating going back in a few months. Yet, while in the States we became fully aware of my parents’ health and the need for extra care.

2020 187

Learning To Play The Guitar – Part One

Brilliantly Better

Shortly after the beginning of the lockdown, I bought myself a guitar. It’s semi-acoustic Harley Benton from Thomann, semi-acoustic meaning it can be also plugged into an amplifier.

2020 71

Episode 312: Curating Your Life with Gail Golden

Productivityist

This episode of the podcast delves into the concept of curation with the author of Curating Your Life , guest Gail Golden. This episode of the podcast is sponsored by Shippo. The #1 challenge for most e-commerce businesses? Shipping. And these days customers expect it to be flawless.

2020 52

5 Tips For Staying Stress-Free As a Busy Entrepreneur

Small Business CEO

You’ve been grinding your business aspirations for months now, gaining huge success and living the dream. There’s just one problem: the stress has become so great that it’s starting to affect your mental and physical health. You’re eating poorly, gaining weight, and you can’t ever seem to relax.

2020 66

5 Ways To Know If You’re A Difficult Person

Dumb Little Man

There’s one in every group or family – the difficult one. That person that makes everyone cringe a bit because they’re tough to deal with, or because they make each situation a little (or a lot) more stressful. This doesn’t mean you don’t like them.

2020 180

30 Days Into A 230 Days Writing Challenge

Brilliantly Better

Last month, on May 15th, I stared a 230 days writing challenge. The goal was to write every day until the end of 2020. So far, so good, I’m on track with more than 30 posts already (32, to be precise, if we include this one too). Since this is quite a big task, I.

2020 66

Episode 312: Curating Your Life with Gail Golden

Productivityist

This episode of the podcast delves into the concept of curation with the author of Curating Your Life , guest Gail Golden. This episode of the podcast is sponsored by Shippo. The #1 challenge for most e-commerce businesses? Shipping. And these days customers expect it to be flawless.

2020 52

Why Do Online Retailers Need to Use Conversion Rate Optimization?

Small Business CEO

The benefits of conversion rate optimization for online retailers may not initially seem clear. Yet, with every other aspect of operating your online business, one thing is for sure.

2020 64

How You Can Help The Environment When Planning Your Next Holiday

Dumb Little Man

By now, most of us will be aware that air pollution has dropped as a result of the pandemic. Imposed travel bans and reduced traffic means that the world is on track to see the largest ever annual fall in CO2 emissions.

2020 176

Getting Back To The Task At Hand

Brilliantly Better

When I learned how to meditate, one of the most surprising guidelines I received – from all the teachers I followed, no matter their tradition or lineage – was to always “get back to the task at hand” Which meant that, if my mind would slip away during meditation, all I had to do was.

2020 66

Mobile Productivity: The Secrets To Staying Productive On The Go

Productivityist

Photo by John Baker on Unsplash. Digital technology has allowed all of us to work a lot more flexibly than ever before and we’re seeing a lot of business owners and freelancers move to new kinds of working norms.

2020 52

7 Things Small Business Owners Need to Know About Workers’ Compensation

Small Business CEO

Small businesses face a number of challenges in their day-to-day operations, including supply delays, market uncertainty, compliance issues, employee injuries, and cost calculations.

2020 62

A Complete Walkthrough For Managing Your Momentum

Dumb Little Man

Often we find ourselves going until we crash and burn. We often dedicate the wrong time to certain tasks, ultimately draining ourselves of the motivation we’ll later need. This isn’t uncommon, 88% of workers spend at least 1 hour per day procrastinating on a task.

2020 179

The Geeky Diaries: I’m Done With People, I’m Going Back To Coding

Brilliantly Better

In one of the places I worked, as a programmer, we used to have a lot of meetings. We used Agile and worked in sprints, which meant we had to see the whole team at least once a week (some meetings were for deciding the points allocated to each task, while others to discuss requirements).

2020 63

Mobile Productivity: The Secrets To Staying Productive On The Go

Productivityist

Photo by John Baker on Unsplash. Digital technology has allowed all of us to work a lot more flexibly than ever before and we’re seeing a lot of business owners and freelancers move to new kinds of working norms.

2020 52

5 Financing Options for Businesses to access Quick Cash

Small Business CEO

Starting a business right from scratch and getting it off the ground isn’t easy. Many people venture into business but end up closing within their first few years of operation. Many factors have been linked to startup failure, but financing has proved to be the main challenge.

2020 62

The Art of Networking and Job Searching

Dumb Little Man

I moved to the US a couple of years ago and enrolled for a full time MBA in one of the best business schools in the country. From what I had seen from Facebook updates, everyone seemed to be partying and having a good time.

2020 180

2 Ways To Look At The Coronavirus Crisis

Brilliantly Better

When I first heard about people doing “retreats”, ten years ago, I was a bit confused. They were leaving their homes, traveling to a different country, and then spend one or two weeks, sometimes a month or more, in a different house, all alone.

2020 62

Episode 311: 3 More Things with KC Procter

Productivityist

KC Procter returns to the podcast to share three more things. Check out his original appearance on Episode 206 of the podcast. Enjoy the show? Want to keep up with the podcast?

2020 52

How to Earn Money from Home

Small Business CEO

With the world in crisis and more people than ever are stuck at home without jobs, there has never been a better time to pick up a side-hustle. A side hustle is something that you can devote whatever spare time you have to whilst earning money at the same time. Ideally, they are scalable.

2020 62

Be Free To Live Life On Your Terms And Master Fear

Dumb Little Man

Everyone has their purpose in this world or they wouldn’t be here in the first place. Yet, why do so many live unfulfilled lives, are depressed, and lifeless? I’ll answer the question for you: fear. Fear holds you back from leaving behind those things that hold you back.

2020 180

We Don’t Need Balance, We Are Balance

Brilliantly Better

Lately I’ve seen a lot of people doing sugar-free challenges. Like, you know, not eating sugar (or sweets) for at least 30 days. Many of them are documenting these challenges on social media and the vast majority of them are reporting very good results.

2020 60

Episode 311: 3 More Things with KC Procter

Productivityist

KC Procter returns to the podcast to share three more things. Check out his original appearance on Episode 206 of the podcast. Enjoy the show? Want to keep up with the podcast?

2020 52

How to Ensure Your Retail Store is Health and Safety Compliant

Small Business CEO

Health and safety law extends to all enterprises, no matter how small they are. You are responsible for the health and safety of your retail store. It is necessary to take proper precautions to reduce the dangers of occupational accidents and have a safe working atmosphere.

2020 62

Use These Excel Templates to Make Marketing Easier

Dumb Little Man

Excel is a useful tool across several fields and industries, but nowhere are Excel templates more valuable than in the world of marketing. Seriously, can you imagine marketing without Excel?

2020 166

Talk To Me Baby | Communication Tips & Ideas For Couples

Dumb Little Man

Do you think Adam and Eve (assuming they were the first romantically engaged humans) had their share of communication troubles? I bet they did. Ever since we have started interacting with each other, it has always been a tight rope walk between “what we say” and “what we mean”.

2020 153