Increase Your Productivity by Saying Goodbye to Drains and Incompletions
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Increase Your Productivity by Saying Goodbye to Drains and Incompletions

Story originally posted on 99u and written by Tina Essmaker (Illustration by Giacomo Bagnara) – It’s the end of the day and I feel like I’ve accomplished nothing.” “My to-do list is constantly growing and I feel overwhelmed.”  “I want to feel more productive and accomplished at work.” “I’m spread so thin that I’m not … Continue reading

How “Revenge Bedtime Procrastination” Explains Modern Life
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How “Revenge Bedtime Procrastination” Explains Modern Life

Story originally posted on Greatist and written by Daphne K. Lee – It’s 2 a.m. on a weekday and I’m either doomscrolling on Twitter or watching Netflix. My eyes can barely stay open, but they will soldier on. When it’s finally bedtime, I put on a podcast episode to inhale 5 more minutes of information before drifting … Continue reading

7 Mistakes People Make When Choosing a Financial Advisor
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7 Mistakes People Make When Choosing a Financial Advisor

Story originally posted on Smart Asset – Choosing a financial advisor is a major life decision that can determine your financial trajectory for years to come.  A 2020 Northwestern Mutual study found that 71% of U.S. adults admit their financial planning needs improvement. However, only 29% of Americans work with a financial advisor. The value … Continue reading

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