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10 Ways to Increase Productivity at Work

What is productivity? It is the combination of focused efforts and intelligent planning. It can be a challenge to remain productive at work or at home. The odds are that you are not completely satisfied with your work after every work day. Productivity can be improved every day if you work continuously on some points….

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Is It Possible To Repair Your Reputation at Work?

There may come a time in your career when you damage your reputation or personal brand to the point it’s stuck to you like gum on your shoe.  Maybe whatever you did wasn’t bad enough to warrant being terminated on the spot (although maybe you should have been,) but you are now living through the…

Elevator to Success: Internal Drive a Key Ingredient - Introvert Whisperer

Elevator to Success: Internal Drive a Key Ingredient

Recently I had an epiphany -drum roll, please. An internal drive to succeed is the secret sauce of a fruitful career. Personality type or education level–both factors can determine the difficulty that individuals will face when finding success, but education level or emotional make-up will not doom an individual to a fiery pit of failure….

Tips for Being Introverted in an Extroverted Work Environment - Introvert Whisperer

Tips for Being Introverted in an Extroverted Work Environment

Working in an office has its benefits. As an introvert, I have difficulties staying focused in an upbeat work environment. It is a learning process to cope with a workspace that doesn’t mesh with your personality type. Hopefully these tips can make life a little easier to be an introvert in an extroverted workplace.  …

Caffeine Effects on the Mind and the Workplace - Introvert Whisperer

Caffeine Effects on the Mind and the Workplace

  A cup of strong black coffee has been romanticized as the constant companion of those who really put their noses to the grindstone. Go to any coffee shop in any medium to large-sized city and there will be a budding novelist or two scrawling in their Moleskine notebooks with a mug of black coffee…

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