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by Jan Rutherford for Soundview’s ” 2 Minute Mentor” Self-reliance is an important trait to succeed as an individual, both in life and in business. How often, though, do you hear it in reference to being a great leader? During a recent appearance on Soundview Live, leadership development expert Jan Rutherford discussed points from his
by Hamza Khan for 99u.com In an article for TechCrunch, Blake Commagere (Founder of MediaSpike) challenges the contemporary concept of work-life balance. He says that the problem is not that we don’t have a balance – the problem is that work is our life, and we are trying to incorrectly define the “life” portion, as
by Jennifer Randolph for ivyexec.com When the economy fell into recession, many jobs disappeared. As employment rebounded, those eliminated positions did not return. Instead, companies restructured and leveraged technology to do more work with fewer people. Left out of the hiring or re-hiring pool, many experienced workers have found they must reinvent themselves or re-imagine
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by Brian Moran for American Express: If you’re ready to “get your butt off the couch and get into the game of life,” it’s time to get inspired by this successful entrepreneur and leadership expert. The first time I read I Feel Great and You Will Too! by Pat Croce was shortly after it came
by Elaine Pofeldt for ivyexec.com It’s easy to talk yourself out of making a career change if you’re in your forties or beyond, by telling yourself it isn’t practical or realistic. Not so fast! A recent study by the American Institute of Economic Research, an independent research firm in Great Barrington, Mass., had some good
by Ryan Clements for ivyexec.com No one ever succeeds alone. We are all influenced by other people, and the fastest way to get what we want in our career often involves modeling the effective attitudes and actions of others. We can learn what successful people do and think by reading books, watching inspirational videos and