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Worklife Round-Up for Jan 28th, 2019

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This week we have articles on motivation at work, work resolution, leadership, and resume power words.


Life Skills You Need to Increase Your Likelihood of Success

Whether you’re an entrepreneur, a company leader, or an entry-level employee, there are certain life skills that will not only increase your chances of being successful but will also help you maintain that success.


Have You Accidentally Sabotaged Your Motivation to Work?

“How can I motivate myself to work?” I’ve asked myself that question many times in my life. It’s funny, though. Here are some questions I’ve never asked: How can I motivate myself to eat pizza? How can I motivate myself to talk with an attractive woman?


5 Things to Give Up at the Office in 2019

1. Trying to Achieve Inbox Zero The entire concept of Inbox Zero assumes that email is your top priority and therefore you should strive to do it perfectly. This is a totally crazy notion. Almost anything you do at work is more important than sorting through your emails.



Taking Leadership from Good to Great | Ivey Business Journal

Search online for quotes about human character and you will be flooded with results. But when it comes to finding words uniquely relevant to today’s leadership challenges, it is hard to top the insightful pen of French writer François-Marie Arouet (1694-1778).


Use These Power Words That’ll Help Get Your Resume Noticed | Reader’s Digest

Job recruiters read hundreds of resumes. Switching out more commonplace resume words for a few of these power words is sure to help give you an edge.



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