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[RED DEMOCRATICA] Try these methods for sparking creativity


Why living in the present is counterproductive | Try these methods for sparking creativity | How to start building your network
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Why living in the present is counterproductive
Following the cliché "live each day like it's your last" can be disastrous for your career as well as your life, Dana Severson writes. Incorporate your long-term goals into your everyday activities. While some time should be spent each day having fun, none of us can afford to stop returning e-mails or taking out the trash, he writes. Inc. online (free registration) (3/17)
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Try these methods for sparking creativity
Power through creative blocks by uncovering the root of your lack of motivation, and by trying to find a balance between boredom and stress, Carmel Hagen writes. If your ideas strike you as uninspired, try brainstorming nontraditional uses for the tools you have at hand, she writes. 99U (3/17)
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How to start building your network
Build your reputation as a "generous connector" by sending quick e-mails to people who might benefit from your skills, Rosena Sammi writes. Don't underestimate the networking opportunities that might present themselves through casual acquaintances. "It's all about opening your mind to the possibilities," she writes. (3/17)
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Study: Salaries in STEM fields nearly double since 1980
Salaries in advanced industries such as high-tech manufacturing and computer sciences have nearly doubled since 1980, according to a recent study by the Brookings Institution. "It pays to get a degree in a STEM subject, not just for a tech start-up job in Silicon Valley but in a range of industries where firms hire people with STEM backgrounds and the businesses are in the forefront of innovative activity," Brookings' Robert Litan writes. The Wall Street Journal (tiered subscription model)/Washington Wire blog (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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5 ways to improve your cover letter
Avoid long, dense paragraphs in your cover letter and make sure to address it to the proper person, Megan Santos writes. Consider using a T-chart to emphasize your skills and make your cover letter look more modern. Financial Post (Canada) (3/17)
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Employees who use Google Chrome or Mozilla Firefox are more loyal and productive, according to an analysis by Cornerstone OnDemand. The company analyzed information on 50,000 people who took a 45-minute online job assessment. Those who took the test using Chrome or Firefox showed better job performance and stayed at their positions about 15% longer than those who used Microsoft Internet Explorer or Apple Safari. The Atlantic online (3/16)
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