Although the shutdown predictions didn’t come to fruition this month, given the political landscape of the past few years, it seems that at least a threat of shutdown will continue into the foreseeable future. So, while some might see this as an opportunity to take a mini-break from work to take advantage of DC-area shutdown… Read more »
Merely attending or participating in these experiences, unfortunately, doesn’t mean that you will automatically see results. So, after attending a training, how do you ensure that you are effectively implementing what you learned and transferring new knowledge to your career?
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In my last post, we explored the idea that tapping into one’s creative mind can become easier with practice. Practicing something is straightforward- if one knows what to do. But what if we aren’t in touch with our inner selves, and we don’t know what it means to be creative?
Friend at work can be your sounding board when you need to vent, a beacon to help you reframe your negative thoughts, a cheerleader when you accomplish a goal, an ally when you need assistance, and a lifesaver when you really need one.
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