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How to Beat Procrastination

Procrastination might not be your fault, but it is something we should all seek to improve. According to a study at Ruhr-University Bochum, your brain says a lot about you and your tendency to procrastinate. After scanning the brains of over 250 people, it concluded...

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Four Tips to Writing a Job Ad

Writing a job ad isn’t as simple as you think - it requires a marketing flair to attract the right people. A job description won’t cut it as you need to stand out amongst other adverts especially in a competitive market. Before you sit down to write, figure out who...

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Top 3 Work Perks in Demand

With the boosted awareness of mental health and well-being, employees’ demands have been shifting over the past few years. A high salary is not the only attraction to a job or career path and employers should be aware of what employees are demanding to keep staff...

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How to Handle Energy Vampires at Work

Anyone who has worked in an office has most likely come across a negative nelly or an energy vampire. Dr. Judith Orloff, author of Emotional Freedom, describes energy vampires as those who exude negative energy that drains you. You know that coworker that constantly...

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Are You Emotionally Intelligent?

Emotional Intelligence (EQ) is one of the most important qualities for both personal and professional growth. It is the ability to understand and manage one’s emotions including those around them. Emotional Intelligence is comprised of self-awareness, empathy,...

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Top Signs an Employee is Close to Resigning

Staff retention should never be overlooked. Unhappy employees can be damaging for a business. When a good employee quits, it may take awhile for things to pick back up again and it sure can make things both difficult and frustrating. A survey conducted by PureProfile...

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Ask Yourself One Question to Achieve Your Goal

We recently came upon this inspirational story about the British Rowing team reaching their challenging goal. Before the 2000 Olympics, seeing they hadn’t won a gold medal since 1912, they had only three decisions: Continue their usual strategies Give up completely...

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The Fundamentals of Leadership

Regardless of industry, experience, and role, after our 20+ years of field study at The3rdgear we determined that the best leaders all follow similar fundamental practices of leadership. We’ve learned that it takes more than being highly skilled in your field - it...

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