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How Ocean Swimming Helped My Personal Goals

Several times in my career I found myself wondering why, despite putting in hard work and long hours, I wasn’t getting more out of it. The reason things weren’t moving as fast as I would like them to was usually related to my personal goals I set, or more appropriately, my consistency in sticking with them.

But when I set out to learn what others did to manage their goals, all I got was a bunch of corporate buzzwords that didn’t resonate with me. In this post I describe a useful analogy that helped me stay grounded. Click Here to Read Article …

How to Get Your Boss Let You Telework

Get Your Boss Let You Telework

A few months ago, Yahoo CEO Marissa Mayer made headlines when she effectively banned her employees from telecommuting. She claimed that teams perform their best work in close collaboration with one another, but other Yahoo insiders indicated a more serious problem.

Namely, that employees were simply not honoring their telework arrangements as intended, reducing overall productivity and impacting Yahoo’s business efficiency.

Whatever the reason, the Yahoo decision raises one of the most fundamental issues that comes up when companies decide to permit telework — trust. Click Here to Read Article …

4 Tips for People Going it Alone

4 Tips for People Going it Alone

Through no fault of their own, many are being forced to go it alone. Redundancy or a lack of opportunities means that entrepreneurship is the only option in an unforgiving labor market.

The job security once on offer can prove a struggle to find in today’s tumultuous economy and the halcyon days of a ‘job for life’, backed up by healthcare and pension provisions, can feel like finding a needle in a haystack. Click Here to Read Article …

Is Google+ Going to be Bigger than Facebook?

Is Google plus Going to be Bigger than Facebook

It is hard to topple something that has been used with good results for so long. This is true either because consumers are afraid to try something unusual or because it is hard to imagine a life without it.

But somewhere along its dominance, a new player will give the old dog a run for its money. This is how social media users perceive the emergence of Google Plus as a formidable competitor against Facebook. But with the prominence of the latter still prevalent, is Google+ going to be bigger than Facebook. Click Here to Read Article …

How to Build and Develop a Passive Income Website

passive income website

For those of you interested in making money from home, this is accomplished by building a business from home.

Most people never accomplish making significant money from home because they treat their online making money endeavors as a “hobby” and never as a “business.”

Once you make that distinction and start treating your online endeavors and results as your primary source of income, you will see that the way you treat your time in front of the computer starts to become much more constructive. Click Here to Read Article …

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How to Play Pretend to Energize Your Work Day

Energize Your Work Day

When we were younger playing grown-up was a fun game; we could be artists, police officers, doctors — all in one afternoon. Yet, while admittedly it’s been awhile, I don’t think playing ‘the overtired employee in the third cubicle’ was ever high on the imaginary rotation.

Still, here we all are, just trying to get through the workday with enough energy to battle the evening traffic. Keeping with the ideal of working smarter not harder, below are 4 pretend roles that, when played correctly, will make your workday feel like it just got a juice box of energy to energize your work day. Click Here to Read Article …

How Do You Succeed in the Job Search Today? [INFOGRAPHIC]

Succeed in the Job Search

Sent out multiple resumes without avail? How about reciting your elevator speech so much you could say in your sleep? And what about stalking a company career page until the position is unfortunately filled?

We’ve all been there. Thankfully, there are ways to deal with these issues — it just starts with being informed about the job search today. Click Here to Read Article …

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How to Get the Retirement You Deserve

How to Get the Retirement You Deserve

It may seem a million miles off, but if you want a comfortable standard of living in retirement you better get saving soon – that is the message from finance industry experts. According to large-scale research by Aon in the US, a 25 year old with just a 401(k) plan will need to put aside 15% of their income to retire at 65 with “adequate resources.”

Wait until 30, and the figure is 19%. And all of this assumes that your employer makes an almost matching contribution!

It’s the same story for workers in many other western nations. In the UK, for example, HSBC found that retirees were expected to live for 19 more years, yet only had the savings to cover, on average, 7 of these years. Click Here to Read Article …