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We're talking about tapping into strengths: what it's all about, why it matters, and how to do it.
If you’re a business owner, extra time is not something you have an abundance of. Make some time to reflect, even when you don’t think you have the time.
There are tons of resources out there and all kinds of support for those who are serious about achieving their goals this year. Read on!
We start with the best intentions, but what makes the difference between keeping the resolutions and letting them slowly fade away until they disappear completely?
This is the last post of our five part series about finding meaning at work.
We've talked about perspective, language and leaders so far in this series about finding meaning at work. This week's topic: connection.
We’ve covered perspective and language so far in our five-part series about finding more meaning at work. This week it’s all about leaders.
This week we’re thinking about the kind of language we use at work, and how that impacts how we connect meaning to what we do.
Finding meaning at work means having a perspective that allows you to envision and find ways to tangibly connect to something bigger than your daily tasks.
Over the next five weeks, we’ll offer helpful insights to help you connect more meaningfully to the work you do everyday.
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