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Why Being Interrupted At Work Can (Sometimes) Be A Good Thing

An email pops up on your screen. It’s a client sharing a project update. A Slack message appears. It’s your boss asking a question. A text alert beeps. A colleague wants to know if you will be attending a meeting.

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3 Ways You're Sabotaging Your Business (Without Even Knowing It)

Running a business is hard enough as it is. The statistics are well-known: According to a survey by the Small Business Administration, half of all businesses fail in the first five years. New businesses are fraught with the perils of cash flow and market forces. Whether you’re just starting out or you’ve been at it for a while, you have plenty of challenges on your hands. But what if you’re adding extra challenges when you don’t have to? You could be sabotaging your business without even realizing you’re doing it. And it starts in the same place you had the idea in the first place: your mind. Be mindful of these three pitfalls.

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Can Losing Your Best Employees Have An Upside?

In an age where organizations live and die by the quality of talent they have at their disposal, it seems understandably natural to want to have the very best on your payroll. After all, it’s hard to imagine your company thriving if the best talent works for your rivals. This results in most organizations going to tremendous lengths to not only attract the best talent but to ensure that they do not jump ship to rival firms.

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Common Mistakes People Make When Having A Hard Conversation At Work

There are times when having a difficult conversation at work is necessary. As a leadership expert for over 20 years, I often coach people, of various experience levels, through having these conversations effectively.

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