Tag Archives: personal development

Justify Finding Your True Identity

by Judith E. Glaser In June the race horse Justify had his moment in the Belmont Stakes to win the Triple Crown (having already won the Kentucky Derby and Preakness). The Washington Post reported: “In a withering display of power … Continue reading

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Are you a Giver or a Taker?

by Helen Whelan Have you ever met a “taker”? That’s the person who asks for a favor, help with a project, an introduction, you name it…but when you reach out to him or her, they’re too busy? They treat relationship … Continue reading

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Three Great #HR Twitter Tips

by Michelle Baker A friend of mine had encouraged me to hop on the Twitter bandwagon a few years back, and I just didn’t see the point. “I’m happy with Facebook,” I told her. At the time, however, I worked … Continue reading

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Successful Entrepreneurs: How to Find a Good Mentor

Are You Working In The Business or Working On The Business? If you are an entrepreneur and trying to go it alone, think again. You may have a great idea, an innovative product and a business strategy but before long … Continue reading

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How would you define “Soft Skills”?

It’s a great question. You’ve got to wonder how this name came about when “soft skills” are the hardest to teach and learn. They are the critical skills that will make you a good leader, a more effective communicator or better … Continue reading

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The Breakfast of Champions for Peak Performers

Know what this means:  (SQ) > R(C)? Alan Webber, the co-founder of Business Week said change happens when the cost of maintaining the status quo is greater than the risk of change. The key is in knowing when that tipping … Continue reading

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