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In a about a week, I’ll be leaving the sunny California coast for the entire summer with my wife and 2 kids to experience western Europe for the first time. We fly into London and will be taking 10 weeks to travel through Belgium, Germany, the Netherlands, France and Italy. Since we are traveling so far and […]

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Take Time to Unwind

You have been working hard, but now spring cleaning is over, and those warm summer nights are almost within reach. Savor this time of year by making sure you have time to decompress. If you’re feeling overwhelmed with work, here’s why you should take a few minutes to yourself to unwind. Give Me a Break […]

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TheWorkTalkShow

A rock radio Hall of Famer, Dayna Steele is also the CEO of Your Daily Success Tip and author of the 101 Ways to Rock Your World book series. She writes for Fast Company, consults Fortune 500 companies and has spoken to executives at Disney, NASA, Purdue, ERA, Shell and more. In short, Dayna creates rock stars. Are […]

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WorkLifeBalance

The Work-Life Balance Myth

Posted by on 23 May 2013

Growing up, I was often taken by my grandparents to the playground at the nearby school. At some point, I developed a love of playing on the seesaws. These were made of old, creaky boards covered in peeling, dark green paint, and they would slam down with a clank of metal and wood. I’m sure […]

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TweakingIt

Today we have a guest post from Cali Williams Yost. An internationally recognized consultant, speaker and author, Cali has pioneered new ways to manage work, life and business in the modern economy for nearly two decades. She has shown hundreds of organizations and tens of thousands of individuals how to partner for flexible work success. […]

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ReduceCyberClutter

Maybe you haven’t seen TLC’s reality show Hoarding: Buried Alive, but you probably know a thing or two about hoarders and the chaotic states of their homes. Now here is something you most likely know nothing about: information hoarding. We have so much accessible information today, but we too often try to hold on to […]

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DavidShaw

“Work is no longer a place – it’s something we do.” With this striking new definition, we kicked off a fascinating chat with workplace technology specialist David Shaw that covered productive office spaces, introverts vs. extroverts, meeting rules and more. The world of work has changed dramatically, yet our physical work environments still suffer from […]

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How to Schedule and Host Efficient Meetings

Meetings are crucial in the working world, especially for workshifters. But too often people leave meetings feeling that time was wasted. To help make your meetings more productive, here are a few things to keep in mind if you want to effectively and efficiently collaborate – whether online or in person. Why are we here? […]

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4 Ways to Make Your Workspace Work for You

Today we have a guest post from Stephanie Brennan. Spring is finally here! Do you think you’ll be more productive in a cluttered, dingy workspace while you long for the sunshine and foliage on the other side of the wall, or do you see yourself accomplishing more in a streamlined space that brings some of […]

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TheWorkTalkShow

This week’s episode of The Work Talk Show features Dan Martell, CEO and founder of Clarity and an angel investor in multiple ventures. Dan is extremely passionate about how we spend our time. With a strong entrepreneurial streak, Martell has now set his sights on solving a problem that’s a challenge to many – how to […]

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