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How to Train Your Brain to Help You Land a Promotion

Not every belief is going to hold you back – if you believe you’re bad at basketball and have no desire to play basketball, don’t get caught up in it. Focus on what’s limiting you personally and professionally, and learn how to exercise your brain to push your career forward.

How Your Resume and LinkedIn Should Differ

LinkedIn can be a great way to share your expertise, expand your network and improve your career – but that doesn't mean it's a resume replacement.

Growing Up CEO: Lessons From a Household Of Leaders

True leadership is about how you live every minute of your life – working hard, being positive, staying close to your family and friends, learning new things, bringing humility to every situation, and persuading people to be on your side.

Make Every Employee A Chief Purpose Officer

Instilling a greater sense of purpose in our organizations — not just at companies but also at big institutions like the university where I work — has been an increasingly important goal for business leaders over the past few years.

Every Day Is Earth Day: How To Reuse, Recycle, Reduce Waste

Earth Day is a day set aside each year for people to think about what they can do to make the world a cleaner place. However, making the world a cleaner place requires action every day.

10 Tips To Find The Perfect Employee

A key to small business success is finding and hiring "perfect" employees – people who exemplify the ideals of your business and become long-term, loyal workers.

Hybrid Resumes: The Best of Both Worlds

One piece of fairly consistent resume advice is to steer clear of functional resumes; they’re often perceived as trying to cover up gaps in employment, short job stints, or other undesirable issues.

3 Ways Young Leaders Can Delegate More Effectively

Learning to delegate is a critical skill, especially for a young leader. If the art of allowing others to succeed on their own isn’t mastered, you may be doing more harm than good.

6 Soft Skills to Improve in 2017

Effective managers these days don’t have time for handholding or micromanaging an employee’s every move. Employers are looking for reliable self-starters who can do the job right the first time.