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Trust Your Intuition? Maybe you should. – Your Work, Your Way

Therese Houston is the author of How women decide, A book that asks - and answers - tough questions about how we see women in the workplace. She wonders whether the...

When a Women Decides – Your Work, Your Way

Therese Houston established her book How women decide On the premise: "Is a woman's attempt to make a difficult reading, a decision with serious risk, different from a man's?...

True Lies about the Gig Economy, Part One – Your Work, Your Way

I have been writing and talking about the economics of performances for over a decade, and have read hundreds of articles, studies and stories on how it is evolving. I'm also...

Is Your Ego Getting in your Way? – Your Work, Your Way

Dr. George Watts and Laurie Blazeek write for an online training magazine, a difficult topic that almost no one talks about in professional development: the role of the ego in your leadership...

What Have You Learned Lately? – Your Work, Your Way

"I always do what I can not do, so that I can learn how to do it." Pablo Picasso Companies are always looking for the best talent. But how to set...

How To Pivot to a More Meaningful Career – Your Work, Your Way

In a job market hungry for talent, it can feel like there are endless career-changing options. And while it's a great thing, it can also be overwhelming. Many of us find ourselves...

Procrastination is Fixable – Your Work, Your Way

Disclaimer: Procrastination can be corrected, but the reason you avoid what you need to do is probably not. If you are afraid of a task, chances are you will be able...

Thinking Makes it So – Your Work, Your Way

"There's nothing good or bad but thinking makes it so." William Shakespeare In a great post for allWrites it by writer Simon Stoltsof Ikigai, The Japanese term for meaning in life. ...

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