Category: finding new energy

Your free time activities can energize your career

A striking example of someone whose thriving career is supported by her favorite free time activity is work and finance expert Kerry Hannon. We may not have an interest that we enjoy with the intensity that Kerry adores riding. But we each have the potential to find a few entertaining weekend pastimes that can transform the attitude we take to work on Monday.

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Ideas for recreating your life

In her new book, NPR reporter Barbara Bradley Hagerty shares the story of her own middle age challenges. And she looks at fascinating new research that may inspire you to fine tune your middle years and beyond.

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8 tips for inspiring employee engagement

Engaged employees are more innovative and productive. Research suggests that most workers are not engaged, but the situation isn’t hopeless. While there’s no one simple way for leaders to jumpstart a surge of workplace enthusiasm, but many small steps can help.

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Need new energy? Clear some clutter!

Clutter can waste your time, drain your energy, repulse your friends and colleagues, and block your efforts to move forward. If you take time to tidy up, you may reduce your stress, clarify your focus and generate a burst of energy.

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Create boundaries, yet go with the flow

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Bev’s Forbes.com post on building career resilience

6 Keys to Career Resilience! Read Bev’s Forbes.com post I’ve worked with hundreds of high achievers, and I’ve learned that you can’t predict where your career path will take you. But you can prepare for it. Resilient people aren’t necessarily born

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Think like an entrepreneur and find new career success!

Even if you’re a cog in a big organization, you can empower your career by developing your entrepreneurial spirit.

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10 Tips for Being Energetic & Innovative Even When Times are Stressful

Like a lot of folks, the members of a team at an important organization are challenged to do more with less, in the midst of stressful times. They asked me to speak about ways they can keep up their energy

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Clutter clearing eases the winter blahs

Recently we were feeling down, sad about some friends’ problems and tired of the winter weather. I was tempted to spend the weekend reading by the fire, but we came up with a better idea. We began going through the

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