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Holidays and Your Personal Brand: The Gift of You

The season for holiday parties has only just begun. From now until the beginning of January, invitations for galas and soirees across town will be doled out, inviting everyone to celebrate a break from work with alcohol and delicious hors d’oeuvres. Show More Summary

Still Another Music Break

The Metropolitan Symphony Orchestra with the overture to Barber's "The School for Scandal."

B.J. Novak of The Office on Creative Process, Handling Rejection, and Good Comedy

“I find that being in a good mood for creative work is worth the hours it takes to get in a good mood.” – B.J. Novak This episode covers principles and tactics for creating amazing careers, comedy, writing, and much more. Hilarious stories weave it all together. My guest is B.J. Novak (@bjnovak), best known for his […]

Why Kobe Bryant's 1 Ingredient For Winning Is Nonsense

The fading Los Angeles Lakers player suggests that winning teams must have need this one ingredient. But could this be bilge?

How to Throw an Emotionally Intelligent Holiday Party

The holiday season means different things for different people and is an opportune time to work on your sensitivity.

Why Did It Take So Long for Chicago Cop to Get Charged for Killing Laquan McDonald?

On October 20, 2014, Chicago police officer Jason Van Dyke shot 17-year-old Laquan McDonald to death. According to Van Dyke, McDonald was carrying a knife and he acted in self defense when shooting the teenager... More » The post Why Did It Take So Long for Chicago Cop to Get Charged for Killing Laquan McDonald? appeared first on EveryJoe.

3 Ways to Promote Yourself without being Annoying

Entrepreneurs are their own best marketing experts. They know their businesses, products and services inside and out, and operate as brand evangelists when they are on and off the job. The passion entrepreneurs have for what they bring to the market is often energetic and endless. Show More Summary

What You Can Learn from Target’s Experience Building an App

The woman behind Target's highly successful Cartwheel app shares what made the project work. A lot of the lessons can be applied to any project at any sized organization.

6 Incredibly Common Email Mistakes

Sick of getting sucked in? Take some advice to improve your focus and productivity.

Nostalgic Meandering

The story of "Over the River and Through the Wood." I recall singing this in grade school. In subsequent versions, grandfather got dropped from the lyrics, probably by communists. Special treat: Proof that you can find anything on the Internet.

Health Food Update

The Pioneer Woman shows how to make Pumpkin Cinnamon Rolls.

Marlo Thomas: The 2 Most Important Types of People Every Organization Needs

The actress, activist, and national outreach director at St. Jude Children's Research Hospital on how to choose the best business partners.

You've Got Style: Why and How You Must Let It Shine

Success in business depends on it -- almost as much as it depends on substance

Stuck in Your Career?

Next step in your career Many of my clients say they feel suffocated in their careers. For whatever reason, they do not like the profession they have chosen for themselves: they feel they’re poorly fit for their careers, and they dislike everything associated with their jobs, their companies, and their bosses. Show More Summary

Well Said

It is one o'clock in the morning. I have at least two more hours of studying to do, and I am struggling to stay alert by gulping coffee that was cold at midnight. My friend Steven warned me before I came here that most of my classmates would be former engineers, consultants, and financial analysts, people who knew who to work with numbers. Show More Summary

The Five Most Important Things To Do To Show The World You're Freaking Awesome at What Your Do...

Professional awesomeness. You've got it. The world needs to know about it. I've mentioned in the past that you need a plan if you want real career traction. Some of my rants have focused on the reality that you have...

The One Attitude All Successful People Have

This holiday season, practice the fine art of being thankful and showing gratitude.

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