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Finding Balance in your Personal and Professional Life

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I believe emotional health is a very important part of our overall health and well-being. Both personally and professionally, people who are emotionally healthy are most often in control of their own thoughts, feelings, and behaviors- at least they should be. They’re able to cope with great difficulties, such as sickness, deaths, and life’s major highs and lows. They can stay focused and on task when handling problems and maintain the proper perspective to bounce back from any setbacks. 

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Soft Skills: Why They are Important in the Workplace

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According to the National Council of Educational Research and Training (NCERT), a soft skill is a tool you can use in relationships in and out of the workplace- also known as Interpersonal Skills. Just how is a soft skill useful at work? It makes collaboration amongst colleagues possible. Examples of soft skills are effective communication, leadership, and teamwork skills, the ability to problem-solve, take initiative and stay motivated, and possess strong work ethics and honesty. 

I am a strong believer that ...

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How to Manage Pressure

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We thrive to exceed expectations in life. We are taught as children that to achieve success, we must give it our all. We are conditioned to always seek for more, after all “the sky’s the limit.” This is a phrase we learn early on and hope to apply in all areas of life as we get older.

With this phrase luring in the back of our minds along with the demanding realities of growing up, pressure begins to build. For some, ...

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4 Ways to Follow Up After a Job Interview

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Congratulations! You are one step closer to getting the job you applied for. The interview part of the process is over, what is next?  

You should always follow up after a job interview, so what is the best way to do so? Here I will share 4 ways to follow up after a job interview. 

First, is it recommended that you send a “thank you” note after a job interview? The answer is YES! DEFINITELY. You should send a “thank you” email ...

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Interview Questions: Tell Me About Yourself 

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It can be overwhelming to have to talk about yourself during an interview. What is ok to say? What isn’t? 

It’s important to prepare yourself on how you will respond to this question before going into an interview. How do you know just how much you should disclose? What is right or wrong to say?  How do you talk about yourself without sounding self-centered, yet speak highly of yourself? 

Even though the “tell me about yourself” part of the interview is common, ...

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The Affordable Connectivity Program

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Access to the internet is no longer a luxury, it’s a necessity. From schooling, to job searches, to paying bills, the internet has become the tool we lean on to complete countless tasks and responsibilities.  

The Affordable Connectivity Program (ACP) is a Federal Communications Commission (FCC) benefit program that helps ensure that households can afford the broadband they need for work, school, healthcare and more.

The benefit provides a discount of up to $30 per month toward internet service for eligible households ...

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Why This Pandemic is Teaching Us the Importance of Self-Love

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Feeling Your Emotions Is an Act of Self-Love 

This lingering pandemic is teaching us many lessons, the least of which is we can’t hide from ourselves anymore. When isolated during restrictions, we must face our trauma. There is no other way. It is an act of courage to deal with our emotions without fearing or running away from them. For in deferring our complex emotions, we postpone our healing. Can you identify? For example, have you been coping with being isolated ...

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Do My Fears Limit My Success?

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“If the plan doesn’t work, change your plans. But keep your goal; it should not change.” 

What do you think is stopping you from experiencing massive success? The kind of success that happens to just a few people in a lifetime. The type of success that allows you to bless your family and loved ones? To create and perpetuate generational success means putting away all fears which so quickly derails us. 

Someone once said that fear is only “False Evidence Appearing Real.” ...

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Born to be a 10: The Journey to Success

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Have you ever wondered what you think about who you are? Many people are taught that their self-worth depends on their accomplishments, and their value in life is due to their contributions to society. When we do well, we are awesome; when that does not happen, we are losers. 

Is it any wonder an executive with a college education working in a high-rise building making a six-figure income feels like he is on top of the world? Conversely, a homeless man ...

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7 Ways to Try on a New Career Before Deciding on It

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Are you unhappy with your career but afraid to make a change because you’re not sure you’ll like it? You may have an idea about what you’d like to do next, but how do you know it’s the right choice? 

We all want to be happy and fulfilled at work. We want something that utilizes skills we like using and feels meaningful to us. 

The Law of attraction tells us that to create what we want; we need to be in vibrational ...

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