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A Guide for Millennial Gratitude

Saying Thank You is Hard Enough Millennial gratitude ( or rather ingratitude) is the bane of our parents’ existence. We have a tendency to express gratitude with less buoyancy and more suspicion. Why are we so particular about handing out our thank you notes? Our generation is filled with interpersonal paradigms like this. So I

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Don’t Work Hard: Millennial Productivity Tips

Don’t Work Harder. Work Smarter It’s easy to forget that working harder at something is not the answer. It might seem to had worked for our parents and grandparents. But the reality that they sometimes miss is the fact that the people who found lasting success were the ones who learned how to work smarter;

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Saying Hell Yeah to Positive Affirmations

Saying Hell Yeah to Positive Affirmations Inspired by a recent collaboration with Wanderella, I want to rant a bit more about positive affirmations here because you can never have too much positivity. We live in a world that bombards us with literal and metaphorical reasons to feel swamped in negativity. It feels like, as a

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Top Creative Classes to Upgrade Your Value Proposition

Have you made an upgrade to your value proposition lately? Your value proposition is what you add to your workplace, to your team and your personal brand. The only way you grow and elevate this intrinsic value is through self-improvement and education. We can gain access to new perspectives and participate with highly qualified teachers

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What’s Your Nightmare Before Christmas

The Nightmare Before Christmas for me was an acquired taste. At the time it came out, weirdness and eccentricity were two things I wanted to avoid at all cost. I was also nine years old, a very jumpy and easily scared nine-year-old. The movie was not for me. I’m more and more inclined to believe