1. Articles in category: Happiness

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    1. 4 Steps to Get Your Mojo Back After They Hired Someone Else

      4 Steps to Get Your Mojo Back After They Hired Someone Else

      This is a crappy email to receive, particularly when you thought you had it in the bag. The exceptional opportunity that you believed was a perfect fit is no longer on the table. It seemed like an offer was definitely in the works, too; after all, you'd sent them references upon request, and even briefly chatted about possible compensation. Plus, you bonded with the hiring manager--you can't have made that up. In spite of an outstanding final interview, you didn't get the job--now what?

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    2. These 5 habits will make you a productive entrepreneur - YourStory.com

      These 5 habits will make you a productive entrepreneur - YourStory.com

      Busy doesn't even begin to describe the day of an entrepreneur . There are a hundred and one things that a businessman has to manage and accomplish every single day to keep his company running. Unlike employees, who can punch out at the eight ...

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    3. Why More Tech Companies Are Hiring People Without Degrees

      Why More Tech Companies Are Hiring People Without Degrees

      One of Donald Trump’s loudest–and likely most impossible to fulfill –promises is to bring back coal jobs. He has made this appeal to people whose factory skills aren’t in demand anymore and likely don’t have the secondary education necessary to enter into other industries. Related: Why Are There So Many White Young American Men Without College Degrees? Whether or not more coal jobs are created, this need has started a conversation about laborers with different educational backgrounds.

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    4. Creating Insatiable Content Starts with Passion

      Creating Insatiable Content Starts with Passion

      Not to date myself or anything, but I vividly remember being a marketer before Google Adwords, marketing automation, and advanced data. Interesting times, to say the least. What stands out in particular is a conversation I had with a sales rep about buying billboard space on a certain intersection in Glendale. I had questions. How many people saw this billboard everyday? Of that number, how many were my target demographic? And of that number, what percentage was ready to walk in here and buy?

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    5. How “Prison Break” Helped Wentworth Miller Break Into Screenwriting

      How “Prison Break” Helped Wentworth Miller Break Into Screenwriting

      While the character he played on TV was trying to break out from behind bars, Wentworth Miller was conducting an escape of his own: from being known as “just” an actor. I didn’t do much outlining for Stoker and it was kind of a scary-slash-thrilling experience, writing by the seat of your pants, never knowing when or if the train was going to jump the tracks. It required a real leap of faith. On a daily basis. The whole thing just flowed out of me. Like it was waiting to manifest.

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    6. 7 Common Mistakes To Avoid In Your First 30 Days On The Job

      7 Common Mistakes To Avoid In Your First 30 Days On The Job

      In the honeymoon period of a new job, any and everything feels possible. You’re meeting new people, settling into your office, and the luster surrounding the work that you’ll be doing is as radiant as ever. Colleagues invite you to lunch, onboarding meetings abound, and your boss still cannot believe that they managed to land a talent quite like you. While it may seem like the work world is your oyster in the first month of a new gig, there are some limits.

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    7. The One Investment Most Startup Founders Don’t Make Early Enough

      The One Investment Most Startup Founders Don’t Make Early Enough

      “I need a cheap logo for my new business,” read one message I spotted last week in a Facebook group for entrepreneurs. I chuckled to myself and went back to work. I’ve seen hundreds of posts like this from startup founders trying to bootstrap their companies and looking to take care of design issues on the cheap. This used to be me.

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    8. It’s Your Coworkers’ Fault That You’re So Unproductive, But Not For The Reason You Think

      It’s Your Coworkers’ Fault That You’re So Unproductive, But Not For The Reason You Think

      But it’s not so simple as soon as you introduce other people into the equation. Your team members have their own preferences, habits, and strategies—and those idiosyncrasies will occasionally clash with yours. Maybe your boss sends you emails filled with half-baked ideas. She loves getting her thoughts down so you can run with them; however, you find it much easier to sit with her one on one and learn more about what she’s envisioning and which ideas you should prioritize.

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