Tuesday, October 4, 2016

[RED DEMOCRATICA] How to quickly improve your patience


How to quickly improve your patience | Do you want to lead or do you just want the title? | The secret behind effective networking
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October 4, 2016
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How to quickly improve your patience
It's simple to improve your ability to be patient if you create mental distance from the things making you feel antsy, writes Art Markman. Distracting yourself from what's making you feel impatient and looking to friends for support can also help.
Fast Company online (10/3) 
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Do you want to lead or do you just want the title?
Becoming a leader means you have to decide what your new priorities are, and whether the promotion is worth the change in roles, says Teri Carstensen, president of bank solutions at Fiserv. "Are those requirements of the next role things I like and want to do, or am I just taking that job because I want an increase or a different title or something different?" she says.
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Making the Connection
The secret behind effective networking
The secret to effective networking is to direct your efforts according to the Golden Rule, writes Cheryl Lynch Simpson -- that is, helping others the way you would want to be helped. "At its simplest, Golden Rule networking is about giving before you attempt to get something from your connections," Simpson writes.
Forbes (10/3) 
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The Landscape
Federal contractors to be required to offer paid sick leave
New labor rules to take effect in 2017 will require federal contractors to offer their employees paid sick leave. The rule, which could affect 1.1 million people, would let workers accrue up to seven days of paid sick leave annually.
The New York Times (free-article access for SmartBrief readers) (9/29),  The Washington Post (tiered subscription model) (9/29) 
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Your Next Challenge
One simple resume change you need to make
It's important to construct your resume using a first-person voice to avoid the boring monotony of third-person resumes, writes Lynda Spiegel. Doing so will help your resume stand out while allowing you to make more effective statements about your skills and experience.
The Wall Street Journal (tiered subscription model) (10/2) 
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The Water Cooler
NYC gets memorial to fake octopus attack
New York City has a bronze monument honoring victims of a 1963 tragedy in which a giant octopus sank a ferry, but the incident never happened. The memorial is fake, planted in Manhattan by a local artist.
The Guardian (London)/The Associated Press (10/1) 
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