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Transferable skills can help you stay employed even during the toughest of economic times.
Treat Yourself to a Have Done List
We need reminders that have nothing to do with actually “doing” anything. These lists are like mementos of what we’ve already accomplished or already have. I feel good when I read them. I literally close my eyes and relish each item.
Trimming Down for the Summer?
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Try a Completion Task List
Give yourself credit for everything you’ve accomplished and keep track of where you spend your time
Try on a New Career
Here are some ways to kick the tires before you fully invest in a new career
Try this 10 Minute Productivity Technique
The 10 minute rule not only serves to divide an unpleasant task among several people, it also helps to stave off procrastination. If I know I only have to work on a task for 10 minutes I’m more likely to do it.
Turn Over a New Leaf with Diana Blake
“The wonderful thing is that just recognizing a need or a problem and deciding you’d like to do something about it is a first step!” says Coach Diana Blake. Part 1 of a 2 Part interview.
Turn that Setback into a Comeback!
Motivational techniques that keep you moving forward despite obstacles
Unemployment Insurance Expires for 1.3 Million
Congress left for the holiday recess without renewing the federal Emergency Unemployment Compensation program (EUC). This should be of concern for everyone as the loss of unemployment benefits will not only hurt individual families, but will also continue to stall economic growth.
Uplifting TV Dramas
We mentally enter the stories we watch on TV, so in addition to books, lectures, workshops and other tools, uplifting shows and movies can offer another form of self-help.
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