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    Willpower Woes: How a Rotten Resolve Can Hurt You

    3 Ways to Develop Better Self-Discipline and Control through Practice, Progression and Patience 

    Willpower. We all want it. We all need it. But far too many of us just don’t have what it takes to stay resolute and determined when the going gets tough.

    Indeed, maintaining self-control and self-discipline when facing challenges at work and at home, or when aspiring toward ambitious future goals and objectives, can be among the most difficult life skills to manage and master—but it’s also one of the most impactful. 

    Every Relationship Matters for Success

    Professional Achievement Depends on Your Rapport with Everyone 

    You probably spend a lot of your time thinking about how to impress the boss. But when’s the last time you thought about making a good impression on anyone else at the office?

    Succeed With an Abundance Mentality

    By Richard J. Bryan, International speaker and executive coach

    Have you ever worked with someone who had a scarcity mentality? In other words, they believed that if someone else was successful then there was less opportunity for them?

     

    Is the Fear of “NO” Holding You Back?

    Rejection (after rejection, after rejection) can still lead to success…if you keep going. The problem is many entrepreneurs aren’t willing to take that risk. 

    Consider these thoughts on rejection by Tom Panaggio, author of The Risk Advantage: Embracing the Entrepreneur's Unexpected Edge

    Five Job Seeking Truths Parents Can Give Their New College Grads

    Despite the investment parents make in their children's college educations, most new graduates are not properly prepared to find a job. 

    Career Coach, Author and Speaker Ford R. Myers provides parents with five sage tips to help these "up-and-comers" succeed in the world of work.

    How to Slow Down Your Life and Enjoy the Ride – Right Now

    4 Considerations To Help You Embrace The Moment, From Speaker Hall Of Fame Member

    “I think we’ve all had this experience, which often has us psychically living 30 minutes into the future – no matter how great the present circumstances might be,” says Steve Gilliland, a member of the Speaker Hall of Fame and author of the widely acclaimed “Enjoy The Ride,” for which he is set to publish a follow-up that will be released in May 2015.

    “Are we doomed to this torrent of noise which distracts us from enjoying our life? We don’t have to be.” 

     

    Can the Gen Y Job Seeker Hack It in the Real World?

    Chairman of CRT Capital Group Shares Advice for New Graduates

    Congratulations, graduates! You’ve worked hard for the past four (or six or eight) years and are rightfully proud of yourself. But as you head out into the brutal workplace armed with proof of your smarts and persistence, don’t expect too much from those shiny new credentials. 

    Why Businesswomen Should Embrace Their Inner Sofia Vergara

    Businesses Benefit With New Values When Women Take The L.E.A.D.

    There’s more to Sofia Vergara, the top-earning actress on television for three years running, than meets the eye, says executive and business coach Debora McLaughlin. “Vergara represents a new face in business leadership," she says.

    McLaughlin wants more women to take the initiative with her L.E.A.D. Forward Formula. 

     

    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. 

     

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