23 Jul
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How Fear of Failure Can Bring You to New Heights.

Here’s how to change your mind about failure. And, learn to enjoy it. While some forms of anxiety require the help of medical professionals, entrepreneurs can learn to enjoy and even benefit from flops or even catastrophic attempts at innovation by knowing which levers to pull to change how they view and experience failure. Get […]

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31 May
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The Elusive Work Life Balance: 5 Ways to Avoid Burnout

Maintaining a work life balance is tough for anyone with a full-time career. Here are 5 secrets to restoring your precious work life balance – without sacrificing your career opportunities or harming your business. Secret 1: Meditation Is Good  I’d been told about the benefits of meditation for many years – by my parents, colleagues, […]

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09 May
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Kristen Bell Shares Advice About Anxiety She’d Give Her Younger Self

Actress Kristen Bell gets real about mental health in a poignant new video. She says “Don’t be fooled by this game of perfection that humans play”. The Child Mind Institutes new campaign#MyYoungerSelf is aimed at breaking the stigma surrounding mental health. The Child Mind Institue is a program that transforms the lives of children struggling with mental […]

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02 May
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How Working From Home May Affect Your Mental Health

For most people, when you take the leap and decide to start working from home, it can sound like an actual dream come true. But what many people often don’t realize is that working from home is surprisingly hard on your mental health. Even though studies show that more and more people are working remotely […]

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21 Jun
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Time Inc.: Women and their Invisible Workload.

Sociologist Susan Walzer published a research article in 1996, called “Thinking About the Baby,” pointing to this household gender gap. Scholars had already documented that women, even those who worked full time, were doing the majority of what came to be called the “second shift”: the work that greets us when we come home from […]

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