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Fall Back into Daylight Savings with Healthy Sleep Patterns

With the health insurance marketplace now open for 2019 enrollment, you might be spending a little extra time thinking about your personal well-being. As you compare plans and weigh costs, it can be downright unsettling to make predictions about how many insurance services you’ll be using during the upcoming year. (Really, who wants to entertain … Continue reading Fall Back into Daylight Savings with Healthy Sleep Patterns

4 Productivity Apps to Help You Save Time and Stay Focused

The relationship between technology and productivity is complicated. On the one hand, modern tech introduces us to wider audiences, providing the opportunity to share ideas like never before. It speeds up time-consuming processes and streamlines operations. It gives us the unbridled freedom to play music, track our weight loss, chat with friends, buy concert tickets, … Continue reading 4 Productivity Apps to Help You Save Time and Stay Focused

Labor Day Food for Thought: Is Involuntary Part Time Work More Than a Trend?

It's easy to overlook the significance of Labor Day. With all the stress and clutter of everyday life, the holiday often gets dismissed as simply a long weekend marking the end of summer. But Labor Day represents much more than that. It stands to honor the achievements of the American workforce and the contributions it … Continue reading Labor Day Food for Thought: Is Involuntary Part Time Work More Than a Trend?

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Back to School Reading List: 3 Cornerstone Books for Professionals of Any Age

Summer is quickly drawing to a close and the smell of sharpened No. 2 pencils is filling the air. And you know what that means, right? It's time to buckle down and dig into some Back to School reading! Whether you spent the summer lazing by the pool or pressing your nose to the grind, … Continue reading Back to School Reading List: 3 Cornerstone Books for Professionals of Any Age

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Big Ad Campaign Fails And What Small Businesses Can Learn From Them

Technology easily creates a space where poorly thought out content can spread like wildfire and easily be taken out of context. This landscape is hard enough to navigate as an average person wandering around social media. Just imagine how much rougher that terrain gets when you’re trying to appeal to a large and diverse audience. … Continue reading Big Ad Campaign Fails And What Small Businesses Can Learn From Them

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Small Business Diversification: When to Bet and When to Fold

Diversification. We hear this term a lot. It’s a word primarily associated with finance that has managed to sneak its way into marketing, politics, education, art, and everyday life. Like so many other buzzwords---synergy, globalization, sustainability---the term has begun to lose its punch. So, is diversification---more importantly, small business diversification---a worthwhile technique that business owners … Continue reading Small Business Diversification: When to Bet and When to Fold

The Art of Letter Writing: Polishing an Old Skill in a Digital World

In a world ruled by abbreviated text-talk, typo-riddled emails, and playful emojis, have we lost the skills needed for quality letter writing? There’s no arguing that digital correspondence has incredible advantages. It allows us to connect with people all over the world, share new ideas and information almost instantaneously, and even work remotely. The possibilities … Continue reading The Art of Letter Writing: Polishing an Old Skill in a Digital World

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8 Grammar Mistakes You Should Avoid (Sometimes)

Careless grammatical errors can have a considerable effect on your credibility as a writer. Even simple mix-ups look sloppy and are confusing to readers. They imply that you were too lazy or careless to proofread your content. Some people may assume there is a lack in your education, therefore calling your hard work and research … Continue reading 8 Grammar Mistakes You Should Avoid (Sometimes)

Is It Time for a Change? Six Tips for Small Businesses to Consider

The month of March means different things to different people. For us, it’s a seasonal reminder that change is on the horizon. Cold weather, off-kilter circadian rhythms, and a grumpiness fueled by vitamin-D deficiency will soon be replaced by brave tulip bulbs, warm sunshine, and beckoning muddy puddles. It’s a time that welcomes transformation and … Continue reading Is It Time for a Change? Six Tips for Small Businesses to Consider

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The Power of Passion: A Personal Hobby Is Crucial to Your Life Outside of Work

Let's Get Personal Have you ever met someone and thought “Whoa, that dude really needs a hobby”? My father is one of those people. Not like he’s wound real tight or incapable of relaxing---quite the opposite, actually. He’s affable, easy going, has a razor-sharp wit, great intuition…and very little life outside of work. Now, the … Continue reading The Power of Passion: A Personal Hobby Is Crucial to Your Life Outside of Work