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Business & Career Opportunities

7 Growth Strategies Sure to Spur Fresh Success

Growth. All businesses and professionals should desire it and most certainly need it. But achieving and sustaining growth in today’s uber-complex environment—whether corporate, entrepreneurial or personal career growth—takes multifaceted vision, ingenuity and agility. Indeed, a lack of growth in business speaks volumes. It says a business or individual hasn’t fruitfully […]

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Business & Career Opportunities

5 Reasons Sleep is Key for Success

Sleep. All people need it, most crave it, but throngs of individuals do not get the kind of restorative and rehabilitative sleep required to optimize mental clarity, focus, ideation, awareness, productivity and overall performance. The CDC actually declared “insufficient sleep” an “important public health concern.” Enter Alvaro Vaselli, founder and […]

CRACKING THAT INTERVIEW WITH CORRECT POSTURES
Business & Career Opportunities / Careers and Work

CRACKING THAT INTERVIEW WITH CORRECT POSTURES

Arti is an ENT surgeon who loves her field of work dearly. When she reached home one day, she was surprised to find, in her mailbox, an interview call from a private hospital. Now when she had applied to this hospital, she was not actually expecting a positive response. What […]

Make Your Soul Dance Again
Inspirational Human Interest / Lifestyle

Make Your Soul Dance Again

  Own Your Power Lifestyle PrincipleNo. 6: Make Your Soul Dance Again By Simone Kelly “Explore those things that make you exude joy. Is it singing? Rollerblading? Gardening? Writing? Painting? Carve out moments in your week for these little treats that nourish your soul. Most importantly, seek careers and businesses […]

Balance & Lifestyle / Business Tips / Careers and Work / time management

Work Less Hours and Increase Your Earnings

In an ideal world, we would dedicate eight hours of our day to work, another eight to enjoy recreational activities and the last eight hours to sleep. The true question is, how many of you live in the ideal world? Instead, in the real world, most people work twelve to […]

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