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Workplace advice for any issue, problem, or concern; from changing careers to co-working advice and decorating needs.

D.C. Perry13 hours ago
A Good Pen
The mental image is one we all know well: a writer, sitting in a study, surrounded by mounds of books and hastily scrawled upon pages tacked onto the walls, with perhaps a cat, coffee, or even an over...
5 Ways to Stay Motivated at Work
Everyone wants to feel happy, fulfilled, and excited about life. Unfortunately, motivation and excitement never last long for most people, in fact, in most cases, motivation doesn’t exist at all. I kn...
Elroy Johnson2 days ago
Able
Have you thought about the power of the word ABLE? Able is a word we as individuals should consider daily. We are able to do many things throughout the day but we must choose. We all have the ability ...
Joshua Warren4 days ago
Hire Hungry Talent
"I've made a huge mistake...." This was all I could think after the latest run in I had with Joe. You see, I had an extensive hiring process for the last two pieces to our team's puzzle. I probably in...
Keira McCredie8 days ago
To the Aspiring Entrepreneur
When it comes to picking your career, you balance pleasing others with what is expected of you. You do as your parents say, get the university degree, get your best suit on and land a corporate job. Y...
Aaron Dennis8 days ago
The Art of Description
What exactly is a story? A story is the description of a series of events, and while writing your story, it’s important to describe everything that comes to mind. Now, the story might revolve around a...
How To Give Good Feedback to Online Stories
Ever gotten a message like this? "Zomg dis story is da WORTS!!!1 it sux just liek ur fayce! lozr" How about this one? "Wow. This story is amazing! There were some sections that I think could need work...
Anik Marchand11 days ago
Don’t Waste My Time (Pt. 2)
I would sit there and wonder if anything big was ever going to change in my life? If I was ever going to get what I truly wanted — a great writing gig. Its all I could think about. I was becoming less...
Getting the Best from Your Writer's Group
Here's why you may want to join a writer's group.
Chloe Gilholy16 days ago
The Benefits of NaNoWriMo
November is National Novel Writing Month. The goal is simple: complete your first novel draft within a month. Target word count: 50,000 words. I can tell you that this is a lot easier said than done. ...
Sandy Dsouza16 days ago
Hard Skills vs. Soft Skills: What Is the Difference?
We live on a planet that is governed by the fundamental law — “survival of the fittest.” It is applicable to every living organism on this planet. Survival is the first and foremost goal of every livi...
Shelby Lynne16 days ago
7 Habits for Stellar Cashiering
Cashiering. Yeah, not the easiest or most glamorous job in the world. There's drama with the coworkers, clueless managers, and — oh, yes — that evil species of bi-peds: customers! But it helps with th...
Eva Lee17 days ago
Tips to Lead Without Authority
Be it an organization, a government, or a football team, a leader plays an important role to keep the team together and help achieve the desired goals. The leader has a great influence on the team, an...
J.T. Wellington17 days ago
Building Family Wealth: Money Is Not Enough
Money experts are everywhere! That’s a good thing. Many of us come from families where extra money is spent on needs that cannot be set aside. At the end of the week (or end of the paycheck), sometime...
Yvonne Glasgow17 days ago
Four Tips for Giving Better Criticism
For many people, criticism can be both hard to give and hard to receive. However, it’s often much easier to receive constructive criticism than criticism given with no feedback. These days there seem ...
Aaron Dennis17 days ago
Overcoming Procrastination
Well... I, uh... Oh, I think Seinfeld reruns are on now. I don’t have anything going on Thursday, so I’ll probably sit down and write something then. Of course, Thursdays are when I like to go jogging...
Jocelyn Ruiz17 days ago
Not All Sales Jobs Are Created Equal
I still remember my first job in commission based sales. I was selling pillows and e-cigarettes at wildly marked up prices to innocent passersby at the mall. Yes, I was the real-life equivalent to an ...
Harmion Morris17 days ago
How to Deal with Issues at Workplace
Work-related issues a common in any profession. These types of issues are prevalent in every industry and affect people in the organization irrespective of their work portfolio, or the position that t...