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The BlogNotions Career Blog delivers a diverse series of perspectives provided by thought leaders in the Career industry. Presented by NetLine, this forum delivers compelling updates on topics like improving your current career, taking the steps to start a new one, and much more more. Here you can find helpful information, ask questions, and collaborate freely.

Open Relationships Interview (Audio)

If you’re interested in learning more about open relationships, Alessandro Di Ruscio posted an audio interview with me that covers the practical realities of this type of lifestyle. I’ve been in an open relationship for almost seven years now. The post Open Relationships Interview (Audio) appeared first on Steve Pavlina – Personal Development for Smart […]

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Five Ways to Win Well with Your Assistant

He’s in the background responding to emails, setting appointments, or fixing your website. She’s overseeing projects, and clicking off those daily/weekly/monthly tasks that you may forget about while you focus on what YOU do best. He’s the glue that keeps things together, she’s the one who graciously gatekeeps, protecting your time and workload when she […]

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Holiday ReleasingFest (Free)

Learning Strategies is hosting a free audio streaming event this week, based on the Sedona Method. It’s intended to help you destress and enjoy the holidays more, and it covers overcoming various limiting beliefs and inner blocks. It’s called ReleasingFest and runs for six days, from Nov 28 to Dec 3. I’ve gone through a […]

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5 Ways to Tame a Bad Boss

“Greg” called to share his news, “You know that situation with my boss is going a lot better! I decided to go on the offense and just keep him over-informed. He loves it. Now he stays off my back and I can do my work.” Bingo. Another “bad boss” tamed. 5 Ways to Tame a […]

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Improv Can Set You Free

Embed from Getty Images [embedded content] Local improvisation artist Jessie Shternshus founded her company called Improv Effect in 2007. She works with individuals and corporations to help them improve communication using principles of improvisation. Shternshus believe that mastering improvisation techniques can help anyone feel more confident and be more successful in their career. After all, […]

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30 Days of Disneyland – Day 30

On Day 30 (Wednesday), Rachelle and I decided to finish strong, so we spent a full 16 hours at Disneyland. I was really tired at the end, but it felt good to finally cross the finish line. The next morning (Thursday) we met a friend for breakfast at Whole Foods and then drove home to […]

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The State of Independents

The 6th Annual MBO Partners State of Independence study maps the attitudes and sentiments of a large, multi-faceted and economically powerful segment of the American workforce. Independents are adult Americans of all ages, skill, and income levels who turn to consulting, freelancing, contract work, temporary assignments or on-call work regularly each week for income, opportunity […]

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Frontline Festival: Questions of Thanksgiving and Gratitude

Welcome back to the Let’s Grow Leaders Frontline Festival. This month’s festival is all about giving thanks at work. We asked contributors to share three areas they are most grateful for at work. But before we go there… how about you? What are you most thankful for at work?  As we approach Thanksgiving in the United […]

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30 Days of Disneyland – Day 21

Since experiencing Disneyland from the objective perspective has grown stale, lately I’ve been viewing it through the subjective lens and pondering the events there more symbolically. When I do this, I usually pay attention to whatever seems to stand out in my mind. Broken Systems In the past few days, Rachelle and I have encountered […]

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