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Walk the Talk

 

When you think of a used car salesperson, what comes to mind? Slimy, sleazy, a person that will tell you anything to close the deal?

In every profession, there are people you admire and people you don’t. And it doesn’t have anything to d…

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In Honor of Earth Day: Rethink, Reduce, Reuse, and Recycle

 

"Greening" your home or office involves some planning and collaboration. Below are ten tips that can make the earth greener and move toward the ultimate goal of reducing our carbon footprint.

 

  1. Stop printing!
    If you must have s…

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How to Handle Negative Workplace Change

Coping with change is challenging, especially after the year we have just been through.

I’m not talking about the type of change that can be interpreted as a positive outcome, i.e., you receive that promotion you’ve been waiting for, the corre…

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Forging Ahead in 2021

After just coming out of a pandemic year that was full of uncertainty, even with the best-laid plans, who could have predicted the trickle-down effect on small businesses?
 

Now that it looks like things are going in the right direction, wh…

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Build Better Employees By Granting Quiet Time

This has been quite a year. If you manage a team and work, all the better. However, given all the stressors COVID-19 has brought on, it is vital to the team's mental and physical well-being; they have quiet time to reflect on their challenges and…

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It's Time to Work on Your Bucket List

By the middle of April, I will have received my two COVID-19 vaccines and been through the quarantine period.

Now is the perfect time for me to tackle my bucket list and start on the things I want to accomplish for the rest of the year.

Her…

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7 Telling Techniques to Handle Workplace Stress

By De-de Mulligan

As technology has progressed to make our life “easier,” most Americans are more stressed than ever, especially in our COVID-19 world! Workplace stress is considered the health epidemic of the 21st century, per The Huffing…

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5 Valuable Office Decluttering Tips

By De-de Mulligan

 

Whether you are working from home, back in the office, or making a hybrid approach, you must keep your workspace clear – especially if it has a dual purpose (i.e., the dining room table).

 

Why Declutter?

 

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Appreciate Your Employees All Year Long [COVID-19]

By De-de Mulligan

Do you wait until the company picnic or holiday season to show your employees how much they mean to your company? Employees need appreciation touches more than twice a year if they stay with your organization in the long haul…

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Is 60 the New 40? Interesting Statistics About Baby Boomers

By De-de Mulligan

Baby Boomers, individuals born between 1946 and 1964, are now reaching their golden years. With 10,000 of them coming to the age of 65 every day, it made me wonder what makes this niche unique in their aging approach.

 

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Workplace Halloween Horror Stories and How to Deal with Them

Today is Halloween, and in honor of this holiday, I think it makes sense to focus on the top five things office workers across America fear the most when it comes to all things technology.

Ghostly Bad Wi-Fi

Good Wi-Fi is the lifeblood of an…

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Believe it or Not, Small Meetings Can Go On [COVID-19]

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By De-de Mulligan

It may seem like an oxymoron, but small meetings can easily and comfortably be held in large meeting venues. Given the state of the world and the fact that Ohio meetings cannot be any larger than ten (as of today), you are pr…

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12 Ironclad Ways to Invite a Burglar into Your Home

By De-de Mulligan

Perhaps you have been a victim of a home burglary, or you know someone who has; an old neighbor, friend, or work colleague. Without a doubt, this criminal has reoccurring “tricks of the trade” that can make your home more vul…

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During COVID-19, Hold Your Next Meeting Outside

By De-de Mulligan

 

Sunny days are upon us, followed by star-studded nights. Wouldn’t it be fantastic if you could bring your typical indoor event outside? The answer is you can…but you need a plan!

Focus on how to make the most of …

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Perfect Time to Assess What Your Organization Stands For

Total Alignment is the Key

 

Every organization has a unique way of running their business, which is primarily identified through their corporate culture. It isn't something that is said every day, rather generally, it is something that is…

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Give Some Thought to Volunteering

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