Articles tagged "Professional development"
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12 Morning and Evening Routines That Will Set Up Each Day for Success
You wake up an hour before work and rush to get ready. You shower at lightning speed and grab an energy bar and coffee before running out the door. Still, work leaves you feeling discombobulated and overwhelmed.
By Stephen Altrogge
12 min read
Job hunting? Streamline your job sources in an RSS feed with Zapier
Job searching is terrible. You sign up for job alerts with different companies you admire, as well as a ton of email newsletters in the hopes that a perfect job will fall into your inbox.
By Krystina Martinez
14 min read
The Best LMS Software: 8 Learning Management Systems to Train Your Employees
Your employees require guidance at every stage. As new recruits, they need to understand your organizational policies and procedures. As they grow in their position, you'll want them to acquire new skills for their role.
By Farheen Gani
9 min read
Not everyone wants to be a leader
Leadership: "the action of leading a group of people or an organization." The official definition of the word uses its own word to describe it. It's vague and mysterious, and yet it's the key to lifelong success. Or so it's made out to be.
By Isidora Prohaska
7 min read
The Science of Memory: Top 10 Proven Techniques to Remember More and Learn Faster
I've always been envious of people with exceptional memories. You know, the kind of people who amass encyclopedic knowledge with seemingly little effort, while the rest of us struggle to remember the name of the person we were introduced to seconds ago.
By Melanie Pinola
17 min read
Screenshot Tools, Tips, and Shortcuts: How to Capture Anything on Your Screen
Screenshots are the simplest way to show off your new program, point out a bug, and save that picture on Facebook to your camera roll. They're the easiest way to save anything on your screen.
By Matthew Guay
12 min read
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