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7 books that can help improve a toxic company culture

If you feel your time isn't respected at work, try reading one of these books.Hinterhaus Productions/Getty Images A toxic work culture seems daunting, but employees and managers can improve it with the right tools. If you have an overbearing boss or are struggling with inclusivity, the following books can help. These seven picks outline the importance of allyship, cultural awareness, and innovative leadership. Whether you're back in the office or working from home, a toxic company cul...
Tags: Productivity, Books, Advice, Trends, Strategy, Reading, Career Advice, Nordic, Clive Lewis, Book Recommendations, Contributor, David Brendel, Work Culture, Melinda Briana Epler, Insider Inc, Toxic Workplace


Sunday Firesides: You’re Not Burned Out, You’re Bored

It’s hard not to open a book or scan a news site without hearing about burnout. Workers are burned out. Parents are burned out. Everyone is burned out. As the word denotes, and it’s popularly conceived, burnout is a function of being overextended, overwhelmed, and overtaxed. It’s a function of too much. Too much work. Too much pressure. And yet, statistically, we’re doing less than ever, not more. We work a little less than we did fifty years ago, and a lot less than a century and a half back. ...
Tags: Life, Advice, Character, Sunday Firesides


The Complete Single Property Website Features Checklist

Looking to make the most of your single property Website? While most of our features are prompted during the initial build of the site, there are many which fall into our “extended features” category. Below is complete list of features that we think are beneficial to marketing your single property Website and enhancing its overall appearance. We hope you find this list helpful. If you need assistance with any of the noted features please refer to the help and support section in your AgencyLogic ...
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Astrology Newsletter – Forecast & Odd Commentary

I’ve note caught up enough to write newsletters ahead of time for many moons. Like since, May!  But I’m on it now. I’ve allocated my energy to focus on my newsletter over my blog though both will be maintained. My newsletter … Read More...
Tags: Daily, Advice, Astrology


It's a job seeker's market out there — here are 4 hiring trends applicants should know

Employers are increasingly flexible about remote work and relocation requests.Klaus Vedfelt/Getty Images One silver lining of the pandemic is that it's created a job seeker's market. Into the new year, job applicants will have more power to negotiate for desired work benefits. Know that shiny perks don't always equal a positive work culture, so tread carefully and ask questions. We're right in the middle of what's been called "The Great Resignation," with a record number o...
Tags: Work, Jobs, Advice, Trends, Strategy, United States, Job Search, Nordic, Augustine, Contributor, United States Bureau of Labor Statistics, Job Advice, Amanda Augustine, New York City Los Angeles Chicago San Francisco, Lindsay Tigar, Klaus Vedfelt Getty


Podcast #518: The Quest for a Moral Life

Do you ever feel like you’re spinning your existential wheels in life? That outwardly, you seem to be doing ok, but inwardly, you feel kind of empty?  My guest today would say that you’ve got to move on from trekking up life’s first mountain, to begin a journey up its second. His name is David Brooks and he’s the author of The Second Mountain: The Quest for a Moral Life. In that book, David makes the case that there are two mountains that we climb in life: The first is about the self — gettin...
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The Shadow Side Of “Going With The Flow”

I vaguely remember the first time it was suggested that I “go with the flow”.  It irritated me at the time.  Maybe it’s because I’m earthy? But I did listen and as years went by, I met with this message … Read More...
Tags: Psychology, Advice, Astrology, Real Life, Shadow, 8th-house


How To Deal With Afflicted Planets!

You study astrology and you learn enough to scare yourself.  You see Venus square Saturn and conclude that you will never be loved. You see Venus square the Moon and decide you will never feel satisfied. You’ve got Saturn conjunct … Read More...
Tags: Advice, Venus, Astrology


3 Business Survival Tips

It’s our anniversary! We share insights from our journey and the top business survival tips we’ve used to stay in business for 14 years. Click the player to listen to this episode of The BIGG Success Show Podcast. Below is a summary of our discussion. A lot of businesses fail in 5 years or less. […] The post 3 Business Survival Tips appeared first on Bigg Success. [click the title link above to read our full post]
Tags: Business, Podcast, Money, Advice, Wall Street, Careers, Recession, Anniversary, Faith, Tips, Capital, Credit, Survival, Mindset, Business Development, Audioblog


Sunday Firesides: The Upwards Fall of Adulthood

The age-old story of Adam and Eve can be read on a variety of levels. One of the most interesting is as a metaphor for maturation. In the beginning, the pair are innocent, like children. With minimal effort on their part, and little awareness of how it happens, all of their needs are met. It’s girls who begin puberty first, and it’s Eve who is first drawn to the fruit from the tree of knowledge. Adam, as boys often are in early adolescence, is at first oblivious to the fruit’s enticement...
Tags: Life, Advice, Character, Eden, Adam, Sunday Firesides


Austin Kleon shows how he makes mind-maps

Mind-mapping is a form of "radial note taking" according to Austin Kleon, bestselling author of Steal Like An Artist and other books. In his video, he shows how he uses mind maps to cluster together ideas to creatively brainstorm. There's not a whole lot to this simple technique, but it's one of the easiest ways I know to get myself going when I'm stuck. — Read the rest
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Sunday Firesides: Don’t Define Yourself By What You’re Not

Ask any graphic designer or architect, and they’ll tell you that, much to their chagrin, clients have a much easier time expressing what they don’t like about a draft or mock-up than conveying what they’d rather have it look like instead. Individuals often evince this same dynamic in designing the architecture of their lives. “I don’t want to be like everybody else. I don’t want a 9-5 job. I don’t want an ordinary life.” Perfectly understandable. But how would you describe the extraordinary lif...
Tags: Life, Advice, Character


Podcast #753: Take Back the Weekend

Do you ever get to feeling kind of down, dejected, and anxious come Sunday evening? People refer to this phenomenon as the “Sunday Night Blues,” and it’s a common experience. You may have chalked it up to rueing the fact that your fun and restful weekend is over, and that you have yet another workweek ahead. But my guest would say that your Sunday night sadness may also be rooted in the feeling of regret — the regret that you didn’t put your weekend to good use, that it wasn’t restful and...
Tags: Podcast, Life, Advice, Character, Katrina Onstad


‘How do I talk my buyers into paying more?’ That’s easy — don’t!

We all know that real estate agents take to Facebook groups to ask the tough questions, often causing more issues. One such agent asked: "How do you talk your buyer into paying more than appraised value for a home? Is there a script you use?" Jay Thompson breaks down why that’s a terrible question that received even worse advice.
Tags: Facebook, Opinion, Advice, Service, Radio, Teams, Agent, Facebook Groups, Columns, Select, Jay Thompson, Facebook Advice, Feduciary Responsibility


12 Simple Secrets to Success

The road to success is a long and winding one, but these simple secrets will help yo stay on the straight and narrow path to BIGG success. Click the player to listen to this episode of The BIGG Success Show Podcast. Below is a summary of our discussion. Our friend Jim Bouchard, The Sensei Leader, […] The post 12 Simple Secrets to Success appeared first on Bigg Success. [click the title link above to read our full post]
Tags: Podcast, Wisdom, Advice, Goals, Careers, Success, Secrets, Personal Development, Bigg Success, George Krueger, Mary-lynn Foster, The Bigg Success Show, Jim Bouchard, Bigg, The Professor And Mary-lynn


Sunday Firesides: As I Am Now

It’s something of a cliche to observe that Westerners typically avoid thinking about death, and live their lives less meaningfully, and urgently, as a result. Less commonly explained are the subtle ways this avoidance takes place, beyond simply averting one’s eyes while driving past a funeral home. Our denial of death can be seen in our addiction to the news cycle. We stay hooked from the fear of missing out on something important . . . none so much as the breaking story that science has finall...
Tags: Life, Advice, Character, Sunday Firesides


Now is a great time to be an intern. Here are 7 things you can do to land a first job out of your internship.

Anne Hathaway in "The Devil Wears Prada." 20th Century Fox Internships provide a unique opportunity to learn about a company and make yourself in-disposable to your team. To get an offer from a remote or hybrid internship, you'll have to work harder to stand out. The first and most important step for any internship is telling your boss you want the job. An internship is a rite of passage for many college students and young professionals. But for some, the pandemic threw a wrench in the...
Tags: Advice, Careers, Trends, Strategy, Anne Hathaway, Job Search, Steve Martin, Career Advice, Internship, Tip, Berger, Job Hunt, Babbitt, U S Bureau of Labor Statistics, Augustine, National Association of Colleges


Confused by car terms? Here's some help...

That's the C-HR, which Toyota calls a "crossover," but which Natural Resources Canada calls a "car." Some automakers call their four-door cars coupes; and what's an SAV? Find out what all these car terms mean in my story at Driving.ca. [Author: Jil McIntosh]
Tags: Advice, Advertising, Canada, Autos, Toyota, New Cars, All-wheel Drive, Jil McIntosh, Four-Wheel Drive, Minivans


Podcast #748: Time Management for Mortals

A lot of ink has been spilled on time management and productivity hacking; you can find endless tips on how to master your workflow, tame your inbox, slay your to-do list. Far less examined, however, is the philosophy that underlies these strategies. My guest says that when you do examine that philosophy, you find it doesn’t actually align with lived experience. His name is Oliver Burkeman, and in his book, 4,000 Weeks: Time Management for Mortals, he forwards a philosophy of time management ...
Tags: Podcast, Life, Advice, Character, Oliver, Oliver Burkeman, Oliver Oliver, Richard Rohr Tombstone


Sunday Firesides: Good Times Are Not Around the Corner (And That’s Great News!)

“As soon as this work project gets done.” “As soon as we get more settled in.” “As soon as I’m done planning this event.” “As soon as the kids are older.” How commonly do we offer these postponements to personal urges and others-issued invitations to take a trip, make a move, or simply hang out? “Things are busy right now,” we tell ourselves. “But in a week/month/year, my calendar will be much freer. Good times are right around the corner!” There is a bit of truth to this. Different seasons in ...
Tags: Life, Advice, Character


Synastry: Where Does Your Partner’s Sun Fall In Your Chart?

When evaluating a relationship, pay mind to the house in your chart where your partner’s sun falls. That house will be lit up and energized by your partner’s solar energy. For example, my husband’s Sun falls in my 4th house. … Read More...
Tags: Advice, Astrology, Relating, Synastry


How to Buy a Foreclosed Home Without Getting Burned

Buying a foreclosed home can be a good way to score a deal, but it comes with risks. Here’s what to do to make it less of a gamble. Buying a foreclosed home can be a good way to score a deal while hunting for real estate. A foreclosure is a house whose owners were unable to pay the mortgage or sell the property. As a result, the real estate lender assumed ownership and is now trying to sell it to recoup some of its costs. While foreclosure isn’t as common today as it was during the height of...
Tags: Real Estate, Maryland, Advice, Radio, New Jersey, Foreclosure, RealtyTrac, General Interest, Realtor.com


3 things you should discuss at every mentoring session

Mentorship sessions can be more effective when focusing on areas of improvement. Dan Kitwood/Getty Images David Finkel is a business author and CEO of Maui Mastermind, a business coaching company. If you're a business mentor, Finkel suggests regularly checking in with your mentee to help them grow. Focus your advice on what needs improvement and create action items for future meetings. As a business coach for more than 25 years, there is a lot to be said for learning how to tap into y...
Tags: Advice, Careers, Trends, Strategy, Teaching, Lessons, Mentorship, Nordic, Mentor, Casey, Finkel, Contributor, Inc.com, David Finkel, Maui Mastermind, Contributor 2021


Your Three Selves and How Not to Fall Into Despair

Who am I supposed to be? What am I supposed to do with my life? These are existential questions that individuals ask themselves throughout their lives. And while they consume a lot of mental bandwidth in your 20s as you take your first steps into adulthood, they still haunt you in your 30s, 40s, 50s, and even 60s, though the tenor of your reflection changes over time. As you get older, you worry less about what you should do with your life, and start worrying more about whether you’ve lived you...
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Hard Times! When Will This End? 2021-22

This is the question on everyone’s mind! I addressed it in July. I want to update this now but my opinion has not changed. This is good! It indicates I saw this clearly the first time. But I have more … Read More...
Tags: Advice, 2022, Astrology, Real Life, Saturn square Uranus


Rapper and music exec Rick Ross on the career advice he lives by and why he cuts his own grass

Music executive Rick Ross. Rick Ross Dan Schawbel is a bestselling author, speaker, and host of "5 Questions with Dan Schawbel." In a recent episode, he spoke with rapper and record executive Rick Ross about his best career advice. Ross says the most valuable asset in your control is time, and the biggest mistake you can make is being afraid to ask for help. See more stories on Insider's business page. Rick Ross is a rapper, songwriter, and record executive. He's the founder of the...
Tags: Podcast, Entertainment, Life, Advice, Careers, Trends, Strategy, Rick Ross, Miami, Ross, Nordic, Musician, Maybach Music, Rapper, Dan Schawbel, David Schawel


Employee burnout is on the rise - here's what companies can do to help

Battling burnout should be a top-down approach. Westend61 via Getty Images Nearly 70% of US workers reported their burnout got worse during COVID, according to a survey from Indeed. Companies can help by encouraging employees to prioritize rest and put their well-being first. When leaders normalize unplugging and taking time off, employees are more likely to do the same See more stories on Insider's business page. Earlier this year, like so many other companies, my workplace heard lou...
Tags: Wellness, Work, Advice, US, Trends, Strategy, Burnout, Bumble, Nordic, Contributor, Inc.com, Time Off, Katie Burke, Contributor 2021, Getty Images Nearly


Qantas to resume flying from London in November

First flights will be from Heathrow to Sydney for a fare of £1,048 – or frequent flyer points
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South Africa travel red-listing ‘preposterous’, says top former minister

‘SA’s scientific capabilities are world-leading, and it tests more people and publishes more data than any other African country,’ says Lord Peter Hain
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