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Try These Personal Development Courses When You Feel Off Track

By Kayla Matthews   /     Mar 21, 2017  /     Productivity Hacks  /     0 Comment

We all run into times in our lives when we don’t feel the most confident or like we’re being the best version of ourselves. During these times, I’ve found that turning to personal development courses can provide some much needed insights and an action plan. While feeling kind of lost is a common feeling for anyone […]

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5 Habits That Hurt Employee Productivity

By Kayla Matthews   /     Oct 11, 2016  /     Work Productivity  /     0 Comment

You’ve tried it all — energy drinks, listening to classical music, even doing little exercises while at your desk to stimulate your brain and keep your heart active. However, no matter what you try, you’re just not achieving maximum production. It could be some habits you’ve formed that are keeping you from performing at your […]

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Should You Give Up Hobbies for Better Productivity at Work?

By Kayla Matthews   /     Jul 17, 2015  /     Work Productivity  /     0 Comment

A workplace that inspires passion and drive often houses employees who are genuinely connected to their work. This helps to create a phenomenal work output. However, mental fatigue is certainly a downside of being consumed by work even while at home. A perpetual yearning to perform one’s job productively can cut into time for small […]

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How to Transform Your Internship Into a Full-Time Job

By Briana North   /     Nov 06, 2014  /     Work Productivity  /     0 Comment

This is a guest post from my super productive friend, Briana North. Internships are oftentimes associated with grunt work and coffee runs, but that association (while sometimes accurate) doesn’t paint the full picture of interning and the important opportunities it provides. Taking on internships in your field shows initiative and a desire to work and […]

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