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Strengths and Weaknesses

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It’s time for a little self-reflection! Self-reflection can be difficult, especially when you’re trying to figure out your own strengths and weaknesses. But, when you know what you’re capable of, it can help you shape your goals and turn them into reality. Knowing this information about yourself can help you create the most effective and […]

Creating a Routine to Crush Procrastination

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Set up your nighttime routine tonight, so tomorrow morning’s a breeze! We believe everyone’s day could probably benefit from a little less procrastination and a little more morning routine. Perhaps you snooze the alarm 6 times before rolling out of bed? Maybe you rush around and run out the door without eating breakfast 4 days […]

Improving Your Conversation Skills

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Introverts & Extroverts Alike—Talking to people is hard, and meeting people can be scary. But, it doesn’t have to be. The key is conversation skills! It’s 2020, everyone! As you read through the Internet over the next few weeks you’ll be flooded with tips on closet organization, tidying up your home and your life, how to eat more kale and fewer cupcakes, how to get all those steps in, and […]

Why Acts of Kindness are a Leadership Strength

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Choosing kindness will make you a better leader. Spoiler alert … this post is about how acts of kindness and being kind can strengthen yourself as a leader. Common-sense topic, right? Kindness. It’s such a simple word and it’s used by so many. “Be kind.” “Teach your kids to be kind.” “Speak kindly to others.” […]

It’s Not Too Late For a Career Change

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Going through the motions: Why you’re definitely not too old (or too young) to make a career change We live in a society that tells us from a young age that the older we get, the more we need to prevent aging. We’re bombarded with the idea that “potential” for growth is something only happening […]

Self-Care Tips for Bad Days

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Bad Days 101 Self-care ideas to help you get through the rough times, using more than just funny work memes. Writing a blog post about bad days and how to fix them with self-care led to some highly educational research. Among this very-involved investigation, Google™ results for, “How to make your day better” returned several […]

5 Key Distraction Blasters

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Working On-The-Go: Staying focused while you grow your side-hustle You have a business! Maybe it’s a growing side-hustle in addition to your nine-to-five office job. Or maybe your side-hustle is now a full-fledged 24/7 business. Either way, we’re guessing that at some point you’ve struggled with staying focused while working. Keeping distractions at bay can […]

5 Steps to Getting Through Your TBR Pile

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TBR Pile Envy: How to read more and get your “must reads” down to a manageable stack. They say, “Leaders are readers” and we at WWG tend to agree. TBR piles (meaning, “To Be Read” pile for those who aren’t up on the “lingo”) tend to grow at a rapid pace—increasing exponentially any time you […]