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

Ray Collado Jr2 days ago
'Leadership Is a Soft Skill'
Having grown up and been trained in the Japanese management system, I was so surprised to hear this from one of the “Leaders” in training and development during my time there. In my 30 plus years of b...
How to Start Your Own Business
You've heard of everyone starting their own thing, either they are into health & fitness, art & design or fashion & the influencer business. I'm not going to lie, those accounts surpassing 50K followe...
Jessica Nova3 days ago
How to Start That Blog...
You are probably reading this in the hopes of being inspired to start your own blog. I hope it will. Endlessly, blogging to me is so fun—there's so much freedom to explore new ideas and make your own ...
The New Tax Cuts and Jobs Act of 2017 (TCJA)
In 2017 Congress passed major tax reform legislation, known as the Tax Cuts and Jobs Act of 2017 (TCJA). The changes relating to the Act’s provisions will affect the tax returns of almost every single...
Jessica Nova8 days ago
Bring Traffic to Your Blog in These Simple Yet Effective Ways
You have a blog. You have it all set up, it's all pretty and nice and all things good and nice. Now, you're making posts, and you're so proud because now you're realising that you have potential and i...
Greg Seebregts9 days ago
4 Tips for New English Tutors
Teaching any subject is hard for trained/qualified tutors (people with a TESOL or TEFL certification). Thankfully we have the internet in this day and age which has led to an abundance of tools for te...
Parth Parekh12 days ago
How to Increase Your Productivity?
Improving productivity is essentially important not just for work but other aspects of life too. Achieving great productivity helps in maintaining work life balance. There are three main reasons why p...
Celene Zavala12 days ago
Will I Be Ok After College?
It all started the day I graduated. Nerves were out of control, ESPECIALLY because of the nonstop "So what's after this?" question that way too many people ask recent grads. (Side note—never ask a gra...
Kaylee Lundgren13 days ago
Communication
How often do we think about how well our communication skills are? Our communications skills are not always something we think about daily. We may think about them when we have a public speech to give...
Creative: Stop Procrastinating
Maybe it's vanity, pride, or an issue of self-confidence, but as a creative sometimes the hardest thing is to actually create. Maybe you are bursting with ideas big and small. There are kernels of ide...
David Wyld14 days ago
How Not to Leave Your Job
We may all sometimes have a fantasy—a dream—about how we will one day leave our jobs. Some picture having a big, catered party with their coworkers, ending in a crescendo of toasts/speeches that go on...
How to Handle Working with Your Ex
Most people have never been in a position where they've had to work with someone they've dated. Unfortunately for my friend, she found out that the venue that she was just hired to work for is the sam...
Crafting Queen17 days ago
Ideas for Your First Blog Post!
So, you've finally done it! You got your blog up and running! After hours and hours of trying to get that first page exactly how you want it, you hit publish! And then you realize... What the heck am ...
Angel F17 days ago
Helpful Advice for Ridesharing Drivers: Part 2
These apps have been tested before writing this article. Some may enhance your experience, while others will pay you in cash or gift cards. I caution those with slower phones or have limited bandwidth...
Eric Burdon18 days ago
When Is Something Worth Letting Go?
The Buffalo Bills were down 28-6 against the Los Angeles Chargers when one of their players walked off the field during halftime. Later on that evening that player—Vontae Davis—made an announcement on...
Leigh Fisher18 days ago
Surviving Professional Writing & Editing
If you’re preparing to launch into a career as a writer, start embracing the editing process. Because you’re going to be doing it a lot once you have a position as a writer or editor. From various day...
Adrian Pedrin18 days ago
How to Write Your First Feature Film
How to write a script for your film: In this article you will not learn about the three arc structure, this is not an official course in screenwriting of any kind, this is how I went from my first scr...
Emily Rochester20 days ago
7 Things I Learned as a Traveling Salesperson
A chef by trade, I was feeling frustrated and burnt out this summer. So I quit my job and took an offer from a company that does roadshows at Sam's Club. It was an exciting opportunity, and I had alwa...