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12 Key Components of Your Personal Brand Website


The cornerstone of any great thought leadership career is a personal brand website no one will ever visit.

Business Jargon for the Home


How to use business jargon to navigate awkward situations in your personal relationships. Like everyone, I like to leave as much client drama, work stress, and general responsibility at the office as possible.

8 Gaslighting Techniques for Your Next Meeting


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7 Out-of-Office Emails and the People Who Send Them


Here are the 7 types of out-of-office emails you’ll likely get this week. 1. Choose-Your-Own-Adventure Claire I’m out of the office right now with no access to email.

6 Amazing Ways to Take Credit for Someone Else’s Work


The path to corporate success is paved with hard work and dedication. But how can you blaze up that path without having to pave that road?

What Those Emojis Really Mean


Emojis – they’re everywhere now.  Hell, they even made an entire movie about them.  Now your boss and coworkers are using them endlessly in text, email and Slack.  But do you know what those emojis really mean?

22 Must Have Items for Your Open Office Space


Here are 22 items no open office space can live without. 1. A Remote-Controlled Flying Shark Every open office space needs a remote-controlled flying shark to keep employees sufficiently distracted during high-stress working hours.

10 Ways to Use Your English Degree At a Tech Job


You went to college for what you loved and somehow ended up in an open office plan. There are bean bag chairs and conference rooms and free beer after 5pm on Fridays and that’s cool but most people don’t want to talk about Joan Didion or read your manuscript.

12 Innovative Ways to Innovate and Increase Innovation in the Workplace


Innovation at large companies is hard, but it doesn’t have to be. Follow these 12 innovative steps to innovate and increase innovation in the workplace and you’ll be innovating in no time.

12 Innovative Ways to Innovate and Increase Innovation

1. Hire a Chief Innovation Officer Bring on someone dedicated to innovation. Give them a loose mandate so they have no idea what they’re supposed to be doing, no idea what team they’re on and no idea if they’re being successful.

Email Bingo


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Email Bingo


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11 Charts that Reveal the Truth About Work


1. Looking productive is actually very easy 2. It’s important to make mistakes even when you aren’t 3.

11 Charts that Reveal the Truth About Work


1. Looking productive is actually very easy 2. It’s important to make mistakes even when you aren’t 3.

The Complete Guide to Writing An Insufferable Email


Using email is both a science and an art, but mostly, it’s an efficient way to annoy both your colleagues and loved ones.

Why I CC’ed You on this Email


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12 Best Exercises to Do at Your Desk


Want to stay in shape at work? Here are the 12 best exercises to do at your desk, some without moving a single muscle!

12 Best Exercises to Do at Your Desk


Want to stay in shape at work? Here are the 12 best exercises to do at your desk, some without moving a single muscle!

What to Say About Game of Thrones if You’ve Never Actually Seen Game of Thrones


Bartosz Kosowski – Blackbird Illustration If you’re like me, you have no idea what your coworkers are talking about in the break room, before meetings, over lunch or in the hallways.

How to Get To Know Your Coworkers Without Talking to Them


It’s not that we hate talking to our coworkers, it’s just that we don’t have time for it. And also we hate it.


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