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No matter how much we produce today — whether it’s measured in dollars or sales or goods or widgets — it’s never enough. We’re so busy trying to keep up that we stop noticing we’re in a race we can never win. From The Way We’re Working Isn’t Working: The Four Forgotten Needs That Energize Great Performance, by Tony Schwartz, Jean Gomes, and Catherine McCarthy, Ph.D.
Many of us will feel exhilarated when we retire — at least for a while. Bernice Bratter and Helen Dennis, authors of Project Renewment: The First Retirement Model for Career Women, pose five questions to help you figure out how to make yours a time of renewal.
Meditations on Money for the Inner Soul: Understand Road Blocks, Karmic Blocks, and How You Manifest WealthPosted on April 5, 2011
Break through the illusory nature of wealth and let your soul guide your relationship to money. From Lara Owen, author of Growing Your Inner Light: A Guide to Independent Spiritual Practice.
Make your pitch for more money or a better title, with tips from The Apprentice‘s Carolyn Kepcher, author of Carolyn 101: Business Lessons from The Apprentice’s Straight Shooter.
Learn how to make things happen with these 19 key negotiating strategies from Ivanka Trump, author of The Trump Card: Playing to Win in Work and Life.
Do you spend half your day in unproductive meetings? Do meetings keep you from accomplishing any real work? Unclutter.com Editor-in-Chief Erin Rooney Doland can help you (and your colleagues) reclaim the work day by limiting meetings to four primary functions. From Unclutter Your Life in One Week: A 7-Day Plan to Organize Your Home, Your Office, and Your Life!
Real office romances can be as dangerous as drunken affairs with coworkers — and sometimes just as inevitable. From The Intern Files: How to Get, Keep, and Make the Most of Your Internship, Jamie Fedorko guides interns through lust and love in the workplace.
Every species except for humans automatically does what comes naturally to them, says Nicholas Lore, author of Now What?: The Young Person’s Guide to Choosing the Perfect Career. Now you can too — with a tailor-made career that fits your personality and natural talents.
Take the lead with initiative and relationship-building strategies such as the “Walk-Around.” From The Intern Files: How to Get, Keep, and Make the Most of Your Internship, by Jamie Fedorko.
A phone call is no longer the ideal communication method, especially when you need a record of talking points and decisions. Use these six tips to manage your phone time. From Erin Rooney Doland, author of Unclutter Your Life in One Week.
Personal power, success… it all begins with 6 simple steps that create an accomplishment cycle. From making a sandwich to making CEO, the process is always the same. From Now What?: The Young Person’s Guide to Choosing the Perfect Career by Nicholas Lore