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Coworking Is Not About Workspace — It’s About Feeling Less Lonely

by Steve King, Hbr.org
December 28, 2017

Working remotely has many benefits: flexible hours, no commute, and autonomy and control over how you work, to name just a few. But as any remote worker will tell you, there are also considerable challenges. According to a variety of studies, isolation and loneliness are among the biggest complaints. Working remotely means missing out on the...[Click to read more]

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Looking For A New Job In 2018? Here Are 7 LinkedIn Hacks That Could Boost Your Chances Of Success

by Piyush Sharma, Mensxp.com
December 28, 2017

If you are looking for a job change, then you definitely need to prepare for it in advance. You have to get your resume right and then approach recruiters. But why take on the immense hassle when technology has made it possible for various other opportunities? To be honest, your LinkedIn profile is the key...[Click to read more]

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5 Powerful Tips For Working For A Younger Boss

by Brent Gleeson, Forbes.com
December 28, 2017

Working for a younger boss – while becoming more common in today’s multigenerational workforces – tends to go against certain basic social and psychological norms most of us are used to. A September 2016 study in the Journal of Organizational Behavior found that most workers at firms with managers younger than themselves reported more negative emotions, such as...[Click to read more]

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5 Totally Doable Time-Management Strategies to Accomplish Your Goals

by STIAN PEDERSEN, Greatist.com
December 28, 2017

Growing up is dangerous business for your dreams. As the commitments, meetings, and deadlines start to flood in, ambitions can quickly drown in a sea of demands. Although we actively seek out responsibilities as we get older—and I think that’s an essential part of being an adult—they come at a cost: There’s no time for anything.[Click to read more]

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Let Your Boss Know: Working From Home Can Make You More Productive

by KELLY DAWSON, Mydomaine.com
December 27, 2017

There are plenty of stereotypes surrounding employees who works from home. Often, they’re joked about as pajama-clad recluses, people who form a deep crease into their couch and spend more working hours goofing off than actually getting things done. But what if that perception is wrong? In a study conducted by Stanford economics professor Nicholas Bloom...[Click to read more]

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From working from home to watching your kid’s sports day, here are 40 signs you’re in a fulfilling career

by Emma Elsworthy, Independent.co.uk
December 27, 2017

Being able to work from home, no-one batting an eyelid when you take an afternoon off to watch your kids sports day – and having a beer with colleagues after work, have emerged among a list of signs you’ve ‘made it’ in your career. Researchers who polled 1,700 workers also found having your opinion valued, being...[Click to read more]

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What It Takes To Be A Small Business Owner

by My Say, Forbes.com
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The freedom to chase your entrepreneurial dream is one of the great foundations of America. Owning a business is a freedom the U.S. Census Bureau of Labor Statistics records 29.6 million Americans pursue today, supporting local communities with products and services while contributing millions of dollars and jobs to the American economy. It also takes...[Click to read more]

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