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How to Begin Writing Your Lead-Generating Non-Fiction Book
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How to Begin Writing Your Lead-Generating Non-Fiction Book

Story originally posted on Entrepreneur and written by Hayley Paige (image credit: Karl Tapales/Getty Images) – Writing a book. It’s one of the most commonly held aspirations, yet is somehow perceived to be one of the most overwhelming and problematic roads to navigate. And when this life goal is coupled with the knowledge and recognition … Continue reading

Best Regards vs. Kind Regards: How to Use Them Each in an Email
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Best Regards vs. Kind Regards: How to Use Them Each in an Email

Story originally posted on Hubspot. Written by Meg Prater You write a masterful email. The subject line is uber-clickable. Your greeting is friendly without being overly familiar. And then you get to your sign-off. “Thanks” is too generic, “Sincerely” is too formal, and “Cheers” seems tired. “Best regards” and “kind regards” are two of your best options for business email … Continue reading

10 Questions to Create A Workplace Culture That Employees Love
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10 Questions to Create A Workplace Culture That Employees Love

Story originally posted on Thrive Global. Written by Tim Burningham. A work culture review is an instrument for gathering bits of information from association-related workers to survey and develop the business and make enhancements to authority strategies, future projects, and general adjustments in the association. It is a study that examines how the ethos of … Continue reading

Why Setting Goals Is Good for You (Even if You Don’t Always Meet Them)
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Why Setting Goals Is Good for You (Even if You Don’t Always Meet Them)

Story originally posted on Real Simple. Written by Lindsay Tigar. Photo courtesy of Getty Images. Every January, people get inspired to make a change in one (or several) aspects of their life, whether it’s their health, habits, home, career, or relationships. While a new year is often synonymous with goal-setting, creating aspirations for your future is beneficial … Continue reading

How to Lead Your Team Remotely
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How to Lead Your Team Remotely

Story originally posted on 99U. Written by Tina Essmaker. Illustration by Yeyei Gomez. “These extraordinary times require more awareness and thoughtfulness around expectations,” remarked Deepa Subramanian, Chief Product & Digital Officer for the ACLU. Deepa is overseeing a team of 60 people as they’ve made the transition from working at the office to working remotely … Continue reading