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    Four Easy Ways to Cook up Better Communication

    You Are What You Eat (or Say)

    By Jennifer Hutchison, Expert Content Specialist 

    Communication also has the potential to end in triumph or disaster. While it’s true that anyone can communicate, like cooking, not everyone does it well. But that’s no reason to stay out of the kitchen!

    In fact, you owe it to both yourself and your company to learn how to communicate better. 

    Are You Living for the Weekends?

    Tactics to Help You Turn TGIF into TGIM 

    By Peter K. Studner, Expert Career Counselor

    If you're one of the many Americans who live for the weekends and dread Mondays, you may think that it'll always be this way. Peter K. Studner begs to differ. Here, he shares proven tactics to help you breathe new life into your career and (yes!) thank God for Mondays. 


    Use Improv to Improve Your Business Skills

    By: Walt Grassl

    Ron was struggling with the challenges of getting his organization to perform at a high level. He had noticed that his coworker Susie consistently stayed within budget and not only met—but exceeded—her goals.

    Susie mentioned that she had been taking improv comedy classes for a few years and not only were they a lot of fun, they helped her overcome her fear of speaking in public and make a bigger impact in meetings.

    Susie explained to Ron five of the rules of improv and how following those rules helped her as a leader.


    Watch the Journey of Five Individuals as Coaching Techniques Improve Their Lives in “Coaching” Movie

    World’s First “Coaching” Movie On a Mission to Inspire the Lives of One Million

    The “Coaching” Movie, slated to be produced and directed in mid-2015, by the team of Body Language Experts Patryk & Kasia Wezowski, as well as award-winning producer Betsy Chasse, will showcase the inner journeys of five individuals coached by masters of various coaching schools while documenting the best coaching techniques for success.

    Practicing Mindfulness in a Multitasking Workplace

    Mindfulness — being focused and fully present in the here and now — is good for individuals and good for a business’s bottom line. How can people practice it in a workplace where multitasking is the norm, and concerns for future profits can add to workplace stress?

    Overcome Fear of Change

    Conquer These 4 Barriers and Move Your Business and Life Forward

    By John Baker


    The business organism must grow to survive.



    Ask and You Will SUCCEED

    By Ken Foster

    If you've recently struggled with the painful new realities presented by these difficult economic times-lost a job, are in danger of losing your home, or had trouble paying the bills, there’s a compelling book that can re-inspire you and ignite your renewed personal and financial success.

    Women-Owned Businesses Start-up in Record Numbers

    Women Entrepreneurs Can Achieve Greater Success By Tapping Into Their Inner GlowWomen-Owned Businesses Start-up in Record Numbers
    By Sandra Yancey, Founder of the eWomenNetwork Foundation

    Women are starting businesses at a rate of more than 2 to 1 over their male counterparts.

    Ten Steps to Solving Stressful Life Obstacles

    Your Success, Your Career, Relationships, and Business All Depend on One Thing...
    By Dr. Jill Ammon-Wexler   

    Any problem, no matter how complex, can be solved if approached with a creative strategy. Here are ten steps to get your mind in an optimal problem-solving state.


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