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Learn Today, Lead Tomorrow
Learn Today, Lead Tomorrow

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Standing out–and for the right reasons–can be especially difficult in the modern day, competitive workplace. Navigating a new and changing political climate, playing the corporate game, and simultaneously trying to fit in and stand out can be downright exhausting. However, there are a few things you can do to reach that positive attention you’ve been seeking.

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Our need to be productive and our commitment to health are seemingly at odds with one other; the nature of 21st-century work practically chains our bottoms to our swivel chairs. But what if a scientifically proven productivity hack could also improve your overall health and well-being? http://www.mydomainehome.com.au/daily-productivity-hacks?ps=section&section=career

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Applying for jobs is hard, and it’s easy to feel like a complete failure—especially if it seems like you’re never getting any calls for interviews.
But instead of dwelling on the fact that you missed another opportunity, it’s time to get proactive for the next round. Here are some common reasons why your resume didn’t make it past the first review. Because knowledge is power.

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On the notion of workspace organisation, there are two major camps of people — either you’re someone who labels your office supplies, or you’re someone who believes tidiness is a myth perpetuated by HR. For those in the latter group, we’re here to help.

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It can be discouraging to hear complaints and easy to overreact to them. People complain for a variety of reasons, so try to recognise what the nature of the complaint is. It’s important to never blame the customer. Try to remain calm and follow these six tips.

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"I think anyone planning to work for themselves, by themselves, with themselves all day, everyday has to be comfortable with having themselves as their own company. When starting out as an introvert I thought that I would love being alone all day. And I do, but there is no doubt that even I find it lonely from time to time. I have a few ways to combat this, some may work for you and some may not. Some I will talk about below that didn't work for me and I know why. A common thread through all of these posts around working for yourself, is knowing yourself, how you work and how you don't." - Jasmine Dowling

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You're in charge of your future 💫
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Von Furstenberg candidly shares her career insights, setbacks and the importance of facing challenges head on.

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It’s easy to start setting goals for 2017 and feel like you want those goals to be tiny in comparison since you didn’t make as much progress as you wanted to this year. The problem with that is that you end up playing small while other people do some crazy cool things throughout the year.

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Even when you’ve done everything in your power to get things right at work, some days you just can’t win with your boss. It might only be small soundbites of feedback each time, but over the course of the day, they can really add up and catch you off-guard. If you don’t learn how to handle this constructive feedback from the get-go, it could negatively impact your career. No one really likes being criticized, and while it can often feel like a personal assault, there is a silver lining.
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