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Best ways to manage stress

Jun 23, 2020 Tips by writer
Goal setting and relaxation techniques reduce stress and ease the physical and emotional burden it can take. Stressful experiences come in many forms, such as a demanding job, a chronic disease, or an argument with a loved one. But all types of stressors—even stress from positive experiences, such as planning a party—can result in the
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5 productive things you could do between trips

Jun 9, 2020 Tips by writer
When you find yourself waiting for new riders or experiencing longer periods of downtime than expected, it’s easy to get frustrated. You’re dedicated to your work and as an Uber partner, you’re used to making the most of your time. Here’s the good news: you can fill the lulls in your schedule with activities that
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6 Ways to Balance Fun, Productivity and Security at Work

Jun 2, 2020 Tips by writer
Government organizations like to use phrases like “fun environment,” “creative staff” or even “risk-taking encouraged” to describe the values they espouse at work. No one wants a boring office life. Whether they’re attracting new talent, trying to keep existing high flyers from jumping ship or changing the office culture to suit the demands of Millennials,
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Why Working Less May Make You More Productive

May 26, 2020 Tips by writer
Working long hours can be dangerous for mental and physical health. Overwork has been linked to everything from poor communication skills and decreased productivity to impaired sleep and depression. Yet despite this, employees are working more and longer hours. According to recent surveys, modern workers are putting in longer hours than at any time since statistics
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What to Eat and (What to Avoid) When You’re Feeling Burned Out

May 19, 2020 Tips by writer
Work-related stress and anxiety are at an all-time high. In fact, it’s gotten so bad that the World Health Organization (WHO) deemed burnout an official medical diagnosis. We often blame burnout on external factors, such as workload, relationships, and stressors as simple as rush hour traffic. But Dr. Nick Bitz, Chief Scientific Officer at Youtheory®, explains that
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Peaks and troughs: what to do when work is quiet

May 12, 2020 Tips by writer
Wherever you work, you’ll always encounter peaks and troughs. There are times when you’ll be working flat-out, starting early and finishing late; and periods of eery quiet, where clocking out early would seemingly make zero difference to anyone. It doesn’t matter if you work in an office, remotely or freelance – there will always be
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Best Practices for Managing Virtual Teams and Meetings

May 5, 2020 Tips by writer
As the world enters uncharted territory in navigating the coronavirus pandemic, a swath of the global workforce is setting up shop to work from home. With new emphasis on telecommuting comes a new reality: Teams need a strategy for communicating digitally, and leaders must adapt to effectively manage their people and meetings remotely. Most people
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How to decide upon a change in career whilst working

Apr 28, 2020 Tips by writer
How to decide upon a change in career? Deciding to make a career change is not an easy task.  It requires you to be clear why you want a change of career, what career you wish to pursue instead, and how you plan to transition between them.  Answering these questions requires action, and action requires time.  For most people, the desire
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