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Love is in the Workplace Air

2078
  Love and business go together like …Well, do they go together? Heather Hanson Wickman says they do. An executive coach, consultant, speaker and author, her firm, Untethered, works with people and organizations: “Understanding their...
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Who heals the healer when depression strikes?

1997
It was not the first time someone spoke in sad shock. It won’t be the last. “We didn’t think it was possible … there were no signs. He was a bubbly happy person who was...
Coronavirus

Coronavirus epidemic; beyond Socio-political rhetoric

1989
An intimate insight into the chronology of emerging infectious diseases For the past few decades, we all have contemplated the increasing focus of emerging as well as re-emerging infectious diseases. Or in the least, we...
Stone pile in balance

Journey of improvement starts with well-being

1986
A general health crisis drives home the importance of integrating wellness into work culture. Past platitudes have become new imperatives for employers.  “Our job is to set up the environment so people can continue that...
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Bad Communication And Bullying Throttle Up Stress

1955
Those vulnerable to mental illness are in greater jeopardy if their workplace is unsafe. Toxic environments polluted by bullies, stigma and other threats can push people over the brink. Working from home makes challenges...
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What Causes Work Fatigue?

1953
Ever wondered why you feel so tired at work? At our desks we may feel distracted or unmotivated. Maybe we’re less organized than normal or we really can’t seem to wake up. Scientists aren’t...
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Stop Using These Excuses When It Comes to Personal Development

1945
“Ninety-nine percent of the failures come from people who have the habit of making excuses.” ―George Washington Carver It’s nearly New Year’s resolution season, a time of brazen hope and familiar disappointment. You’ve been here...
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Falling isn’t failing.

1934
You only fail when you give up. Every hero must fall, we live for the moments that the underdog emerges; rising to the challenges in the face of adversity, succeeding as a result. In its very...
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Working for Mental Health Creates Special Rewards

1930
Employee recognition sounds good on its face, but can it be overdone or mishandled? Dr. Sajjad Fazel believes that’s possible, along with other trip-ups that could harm employees’ mental health. Fazel, a research associate and...
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The Human Condition: Through Pain and Suffering comes Progress.

1818
…It just happens to be uncomfortable. The human body, needs pain and stress to grow — it’s a natural factor. Think of the time spent in a gym, it’s painful, stressful, but the muscles need that...
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How Will Roundup Lawsuits Affect The Herbicide Industry?

1733
What do agricultural workers and recreational gardeners have in common? Aside from a green thumb, they both run the risk of glyphosate exposure - chemicals in popular pesticides. Cited in legal proceedings as causing...
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When is Entrepreneurship Close to Delusion?

1656
Delusion is a belief or impression held despite it contradicts reality and rational arguments. Typically a symptom of a mental disorder. Entrepreneurship is an activity of setting up a business where the entrepreneur takes financial...
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Preventing‌ ‌Low‌ ‌Back‌ ‌Pain -‌ ‌A‌ ‌Guide‌ ‌For‌ ‌The‌ ‌Office‌ ‌Ninja‌

1648
Almost everyone reading this has had or will have some form of nagging low back pain. Given the current pandemic, much of the world is now working from home and unable to see their...
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Can Tech Help You Combat The Winter Blues?

1606
In the United States, one in five adults and nearly two million children are diagnosed with seasonal depression. From lowered energy to flat-out hopelessness, the effects of Seasonal Affective Disorder are obvious, but the...
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Genius entrepreneurs had their super-power sources of intelligence?

1575
It does seem so, so make these sources work for you … Are all successful entrepreneurs — think the Sergei Brins and the Jack Mas of this world, from the lost continent of Atlantis? Or...
Medical Care

Is Self-Care Medical Care?

1457
Health is personal- It’s by far the most sacred lifetime asset of a person’s despite knowing it will come into an end, yet thrives to cherish it through what life is willing to put...
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A Simple Philosophy to Unlock Results

1416
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=xu_8mrYtWlY “You either progress, or you momentarily stay where you are until you progress but you can’t fail”. This is a quote from Paddy Brosnan from our podcast This Works. Paddy is a mindfulness and...
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Gun Violence or Pandemonium Beyond Political Rhetoric

1357
Gun violence is one of the many fluttering buzzwords of our stylish media. The use of the word expands across political lines and public dialogue. More recently has been the subordinate used out of...
leadership skills

5 Skills to Develop to Be A Great Leader

1324
Have you ever felt that you are not the leader-type of a person but deep inside you want to be one? I’m one of those people and maybe you are too. The good news...
Home Improvement

When Marie Kondo Meets Home Improvement

1318
Over half of Americans have plans to repaint their house and more than one in four are looking to renovate their kitchen. But perfectionism, unrealistic expectations, and procrastination can quickly snowball into a mass...