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Tuesday, March 17, 2015

[RED DEMOCRATICA] Create positive habits through strategic scheduling

 

Create positive habits through strategic scheduling | Happiness comes to those who work at it | Expand your network without going to huge conferences
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March 17, 2015
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Create positive habits through strategic scheduling
Scheduling can be a valuable weapon when you're looking to build good habits, writes Gretchen Rubin, who distinguishes between fixed and unfixed habits. Fixed habits occur at a similar time each day and are much easier to reinforce, she writes. Fast Company online (3/16)
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Happiness comes to those who work at it
Studies suggest that less than 20% of people are actually happy, but sociologist Christine Carter has some suggestions for joining their ranks. Her advice, as explained by Eric Barker, includes learning to play hard, focusing on the relationships that matter to you and prioritizing what you work on. "One of the things research has consistently shown makes us happy is striving. Making progress in things we find meaningful is incredibly motivating," he writes. Barking Up The Wrong Tree blog (3/15)
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Expand your network without going to huge conferences
When professionals think of networking, they often imagine handing out dozens of business cards at big events and conferences, but you don't have to take that approach, writes Jordan Fliegel. Building relationships on an individual level will translate naturally to networking opportunities, he writes. Upstart Business Journal/Young Entrepreneur Council (3/13)
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Get Creative: 10 Ways to Think Outside the Box
No matter your business, smart solutions come from out-of-the-box thinking. We all know creativity is king, but are you doing all you can to inspire and encourage creativity in your staff? Read the article and learn 10 ways to inspire creativity at your office.

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Google, Avon and other large companies have improved their tracking of gender-pay data, but they have been slow to release that data to the public, Danielle Paquette writes. Representatives from major companies spoke about the disparity at the U.N.'s Women's Empowerment Principles event last week, and encouraged companies to be more forthcoming. The Washington Post (tiered subscription model)/On Leadership blog (3/13)
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What to look for when researching a potential employer
An hour or less of online searching before a job interview can tell you a lot about a company, including how stable it is, Liz Ryan writes. Consider driving to the employer's facilities the day before to check things out and get a glimpse of the company's culture, she writes. Forbes (3/15)
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Toilet-paper companies are developing "luxury" versions of their core products, offering softer, silkier, stronger or scented tissue. The strategy is working: High-end sales have soared this century and are expected to continue to grow faster than sales of economy toilet paper. The Washington Post (tiered subscription model)/Wonkblog (3/13)
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