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A #PostItNote #PepTalk: "Good things happen to those who hustle." - Chuck Noll http://cb.com/instagram
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Make sure the questions you ask during interviews focus on the job up for grabs, not the perks that may come with it. http://cb.com/1JwTNCe
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Required reading before you begin your next workweek: How to turn bad mornings/workdays around: http://cb.com/1KvEfRf.
Some days, everything seems to go wrong from the moment you hit the snooze button. Here are four tried-and-true ways to turn a bad morning around.
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How to set boundaries for your professional life so you aren't spread too thin/too tired to exhausted to have a life: http://cb.com/1KQwXTK.
How to Set Boundaries at Work Without Upsetting Your Team - The Muse: Want to succeed at work without going insane? T...
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"The secret to a successful career may be good social skills."

A great read from @TheAtlantic: http://cb.com/1h9FFoy.
The secret to a successful career may be good social skills.
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How to regain your lost career momentum:

- Start a new passion project.
- Network more often.
- Develop a new skill.

More great advice from Inc. here: http://cb.com/1PtvpTf.
There are always those moments when progress just seems to come to a screeching halt. You hit a slump. But it's definitely possible to break out of such a slump--and there's more than one good way to do it.
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"It’s not just smiles and yawns that spread. We can pick up negativity, stress, and uncertainty like secondhand smoke. If someone in your visual field is anxious and highly expressive, there’s a high likelihood you’ll experience those emotions as well, negatively impacting your brain’s performance." http://cb.com/1JBBM3g
Keep your head when everyone else is losing theirs.
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NOW HIRING—a fresh list of 20 companies hiring across the U.S. during the month of September: http://cb.com/1KHSkel. Check it out!
​Make this a September to remember when you land a new job with one of the following great companies, all of whom are looking to fill open positions this month.
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Hang on to the lessons you learned during your first job -- they'll never stop being important. http://cb.com/1JwJLRw
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"In the workplace, there's a sense that to be liked and respected you need to make sure everyone is happy. It's frankly impossible to control other people's emotions." http://cb.com/1Jqaqzj
If you're uttering "I'm sorry" all the time in a professional setting, it can negatively impact how you're viewed by your peers and superiors, and have a lasting impact on your career.
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There are enough problem identifiers out there, enough people who complain and don't offer solutions. Don't follow suit. Be a problem solver. http://cb.com/1EiJHFN
History's greatest leaders may have complained from time to time, but they all built legacies around their innate abilities to find and execute solutions to their biggest gripes.
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A great read from Entrepreneur: How to communicate with more confidence: http://cb.com/1KfEqQp.
When you are your authentic self and sincerely interested in adding value, the rest comes naturally.
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