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One of the best things about working from home is the lack of a commute. No more idling bumper to bumper on the freeway or standing face to armpit on a crowded train. But living and working in the same space presents its own problems. In this video for WorkSnug, I suggest that homeworkers should […]

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Many of us admit that we don’t get as much sleep as we should at night. And it’s not always our fault. We’re thinking about the events of the day, worrying about the events of tomorrow, remembering things we need to do, struggling with being too hot or too cold, tossing and turning … it […]

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Whatever field you work in, you’re bound to feel frustrated with your job at some point. These stresses and trials can progress to such a degree that you begin to burn out. And when you do, it is much more than just a bad day or even the occasional tough week at work. You are […]

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It’s hard to stay focused at work on Fridays. This is especially true during summer, when there’s so much going on. By the end of the week, it can feel like you’re missing out on all the fun as the season slips by. Sound familiar? At GoToMyPC, we think people work more effectively when they […]

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ActiveWorkspaceDesignIdeas

Today, we have a guest post from Robert McCoy. Robert is a CEO with a large team of office workers. In his spare time, he loves to blog about all sorts of business topics. Visit the Desk Centre website to learn how he and his team have provided office refits and full refurbishments for commercial and […]

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TheWorkTalkShow

This week, on a very special episode of The Work Talk Show, we welcomed some very timely guests – our dads! As it turns out, three-fourths of the group was already assembled live in Madison, Wisconsin, at Nick’s Social Strategy Boot Camp. A quick video conferencing call led to our first-ever four-guest show. Join us […]

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We Need More Walking Meetings

Posted by on 4 June 2013

The life of the average employee has changed as we’ve moved from working on the factory assembly line a century ago to dwelling in an office cube today. Thankfully, modern technology has made the office walls expand so that the world is now our workplace. Yet, no matter where we are working, we tend to […]

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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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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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