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  • Helpful Ways to Reduce Anxiety at Work
    April 19, 2021

    Helpful Ways to Reduce Anxiety at Work

    Anxiety is always uncomfortable. But it's far worse when you're at work and can't reach for what soothes you like you can at home. What's more, if your colleagues and boss are with you, no doubt, you might prefer to stay calm rather than reveal your angst and appear unprofessional. Here's how to ease stress and retain composure.
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  • 5 Helpful Reasons for Students to Handwrite Notes
    April 5, 2021

    5 Helpful Reasons for Students to Handwrite Notes

    When it comes time to take down notes, most people will opt for typing them up on a computer or tablet, but this can be costly and bad for the environment. Here are five reasons why students should consider handwriting your notes instead.
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  • 10 Tips for New Writers to Enhance the Writing Journey
    March 21, 2021

    10 Tips for New Writers to Enhance the Writing Journey

    If your writing journey is just beginning, this article shares ten tips on how to enhance this process. You should write everyday and start a journal to track your writing ideas. Those are just two of the ideas shared in this article. Read more to see how you can optimize your new writing journey today.
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  • How to Encourage Creative Thinking in Your Employees
    February 8, 2021

    How to Encourage Creative Thinking in Your Employees

    You cannot control creativity, but you can encourage it. Trust your employees, work with them to make sure they have everything they need, and give them some time. You'll end up with a more creative team and the kind of competitive edge that can help take your business to the top.
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  • Should You Keep a Physical or Digital Journal?
    January 24, 2021

    Should You Keep a Physical or Digital Journal?

    The art of journaling is still alive and well, thanks in part to many excellent apps out there that make digital journaling a breeze. Yet, some people still prefer to keep a physical journal. If you're wondering whether you should download a snazzy new journal app or buy a beautiful, leather-bound book to write in, read on.
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  • 5 Ways to Use Drawing to Improve Memory
    November 18, 2020

    5 Ways to Use Drawing to Improve Memory

    This informative article explains how drawing improves memory and lists five ways to incorporate drawing into note-taking tasks in meetings and lectures. Researchers have found that drawing helps improve information retention, especially in older adults. Drawing helps use more of the brain to remember information, making it easier to find your way back to those pieces of information again when needed.
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  • Smart Time Management Tips for Freelancers and Gig Workers
    November 9, 2020

    Smart Time Management Tips for Freelancers and Gig Workers

    Effectively managing your time is essential no matter what you do for a living, but it is necessary when you work for yourself. For freelancers, gig workers, and other self-employed individuals, sound time management could mean the difference between earning a sustainable living and just scraping by. This article looks at some smart time management tips for freelancers, gig workers, and independent contractors.
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  • 5 Tips to Break Through Writer's Block
    November 2, 2020

    5 Tips to Break Through Writer's Block

    Most creative professionals find themselves suffering from writer's block at some point in their careers. This article describes five tips to help break through writer's block. With a little practice and diligence, learning to work through writer's block with positivity can help you create your best work.
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  • 5 Business Meeting Killer Mistakes and How You Can Avoid Them
    October 6, 2020

    5 Business Meeting Killer Mistakes and How You Can Avoid Them

    Meetings are important, for any business. They give you and your team the opportunity to catch up on important news, keep departments aligned with each other, and generally keep the company running smoothly. However, they're also viewed with derision. Most people think of them as pointless wastes of time - and unfortunately, they are often right. Here are five meeting killers and how you can avoid them:
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