7 Tips for Managing Anxiety During Coronavirus

Blog originally posted by Free2luv Over a year into the pandemic, we’re still hearing a lot of news about Coronavirus and COVID-19. Ongoing efforts to adjust to the virus have changed our daily lives, and anxiety is normal. There’s a good chance that your school is reopening, that public restrictions in your area are changing, or …

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8 Horrible Habits That Are Ruining Your Productivity (and What You Can Do to Fix Them) Nicolas Cole

Some people confuse being busy with productivity. Productivity doesn't just happen, it requires focused effort and commitment. Whatever affects your productivity will most likely have an impact on your success or otherwise. Humans are creatures of habit, and the quality of your habits affects your ability to live up to your full potential. Productivity expert …

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13 Things Mentally Strong People Don’t Do

By Amy Morin For more than a decade in my work as a psychotherapist, I helped clients identify their existing talents, skills and support systems. Then we’d figure out how to address their struggles by expanding on their existing strengths. For much of my career, I felt like this positive plan of attack was an effective …

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Music and Depression: 5 Reasons Why Music Can Help You

Excerpts from Nature Sound Retreat Classical, soft, ambient and even instrumental music is known to be an effective antidepressant in people suffering from depression. It should also be noted that listening to heavy metal and rock music is not advised if you suffer from depression as it can have the opposite effect. Music therapy has been used to promote emotional health and …

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5 Practical Ways to Deal With Depression

One of the major issues in the world today is mental health exacerbated by the Covid-19 pandemic, economic downturn, seeming hopelessness in the midst of the challenges facing the whole of mankind. As the workplace and business environment tend towards a more digital landscape, people are also beginning to feel isolated as a result of …

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4 Advantages of E-Learning

Based on a 2019 study, Research and Markets forecasted that the online education market will reach $230 billion by 2025—and given the major impact of COVID-19, it’s likely that online programs will see even greater growth. Irrespective of your area of interest, there is definitely a program of study you can find online to address any knowledge …

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5 Key Ways to Grow Your Career

We all want to expand our knowledge, learn something new, prove our worth and move up the ladder. How do you get started? Knowing the right company that fits your culture, passion, and industry is the first step. But once you find the right company, how do you work your way up? Here are 5 …

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7 Tips for Personal Growth

Personal growth is a lifelong journey. People who intentionally set out to enrich their lives through self-growth and development report that they are happier, more successful and have better relationships. In this article, we explain why personal growth is important to your career and list some tips to help you get started on a path …

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4 Ways to Define a Successful Day

Written by By SUCCESS Staff  What defines a successful day for you? A day where I am “in flow.” Flow states aren’t something most of us can achieve or even want to experience every day, but being in flow is what we feel when we are doing what we love in service of others.  —Clint McKinlay, CEO of Ruby Ribbon …

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6 Job Search Tips That Are So Basic People Forget Them

Post by Jenny Foss The irony of job search advice: There’s so much available that you don’t have to spend more than four seconds Googling before you land on some nugget of wisdom or another. Yet, at the same time, there’s so much available (some of which completely contradicts other advice you’ll find) that it …

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