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Why Uncertainty Isn’t Always A Bad Thing (And Quotes To Help You)

By Kayla Matthews   /     Dec 02, 2016  /     Culture & Communication, Motivational Quotes  /     0 Comment

Life is constantly changing and you never know what’s going to happen next. You might think you have your future all planned out, but the universe might not agree that’s where you’re going. We’ve all been taught that we’re supposed to have a plan for every aspect of our life, when we really have no […]

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4 Reasons to Try Harder at Work (Even When You Don’t Really Feel Like It)

By Kayla Matthews   /     Dec 01, 2016  /     Work Productivity  /     0 Comment

What’s the point? Has this thought ever run through your head at work? Maybe you’re in the middle of your post-lunch break procrastination rut, and your inability to focus makes you question everything. You definitely aren’t alone. Motivation doesn’t come easy — especially at the office. There could be an entire week where you work […]

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6 Ways to Bounce Back From Failure at Work

By Kayla Matthews   /     Nov 30, 2016  /     Work Productivity  /     0 Comment

Maybe something like this has happened to you. The work presentation you just finished was spectacular. A spectacular fail, that is. The relevant statistics disappeared from your brain. Your slideshow had a glitch. You stumbled over answers to simple questions. The confused expression on your colleagues’ faces said it all. Or, perhaps, on the day […]

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How To Be Good At Anything

By Kayla Matthews   /     Nov 17, 2016  /     Productivity Hacks  /     0 Comment

We’ve all heard the old adage, “practice makes perfect.” Some of us have put that notion to good use in our lives. Others, however, are hampered by any number of obstacles. Some of these challenges only exist in our imagination, but some are very real. Regardless, those who stay true to themselves, maintain forward progress […]

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