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This is the sixth article in the series A CEO’s Guide to Long-Term Employees. One of the most common fuels of the Great Resignation is something dubbed work-life balance. Employees want work to be part of a satisfying life—not the...
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This is the fifth article in the series A CEO’s Guide to Long-Term Employees. You’ve probably heard Malcolm Gladwell’s estimate that it takes 10,000 hours of practice to achieve mastery over a subject or skill. Since he proposed this theory,...
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This is the fourth article in the series A CEO’s Guide to Long-Term Employees. Major shifts in the working sector have gotten plenty of press in recent months. You’ve probably heard about the Great Resignation and most likely experienced some...
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This is the third article in the series A CEO’s Guide to Long-Term Employees. One of the best life hacks out there is remembering that every task has a beginning, middle, and end. My process-loving brain loves breaking down tasks...
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Each year on Halloween, children—and plenty of adults—put on costumes to become something else. Whatever the persona of choice, it’s a chance to pretend and emphasize different characteristics. You can lean into those traits and become more like that superhero...
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This is the first article in a series about strengthening the core values of your small business. If you grab any fitness magazine, you’ll likely see an article on the importance of a strong core. Your core muscles are the...
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