Future of Work

Tech Literacy Is Crucial to Financial Security—Here’s How to Educate Loved Ones with Kindness

Tech Literacy Is Crucial to Financial Security—Here’s How to Educate Loved Ones with Kindness

By Julien Saunders and Kiersten Saunders / January 10, 2022 /

Although we often think of older people needing the most help with technology, it’s also true that there are people who grew up without the same advantages and access that others had. Try to remember that someone asking for help shouldn’t be made the butt of a joke, but instead applauded for stepping out of their comfort zone.

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5 Endurance Lessons for Succeeding at the Solopreneur Life

5 Endurance Lessons for Succeeding at the Solopreneur Life

By Matt Crossman / January 2, 2022 /

The footprints in the snow stopped. I kept going. I could still see the trail just enough to be reasonably certain I would not get lost deep in Nevada’s Lamoille Canyon. But I wasn’t 100% sure I was making the right decision by continuing the hike. This was not a place to slip and fall…

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This Digital Nomad Couple Sold Everything to Travel the World in a Sailboat—Here's What They've Learned About Life, Goal Setting and Relationships

This Digital Nomad Couple Sold Everything to Travel the World in a Sailboat—Here’s What They’ve Learned About Life, Goal Setting and Relationships

By Cecilia Meis / December 29, 2021 /

‘We set out to explore the world and I ended up discovering myself as a person.’

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5 Ideas for Fostering an Inclusive Workplace from Change Catalyst’s Melinda Epler

5 Ideas for Fostering an Inclusive Workplace from Change Catalyst’s Melinda Epler

By Spencer Cappelli / December 2, 2021 /

What drives a successful organization?  Increasingly, leaders in industries where diversity has long lagged behind are holding up inclusion and equity as essential in a thriving workplace.  Change Catalyst CEO and author Melina Epler is one of those people leading the charge.  As a diversity and inclusion expert, Epler has given talks for such names…

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How to Build a Team That Supports Multiple Creative Styles

How to Build a Team That Supports Multiple Creative Styles

By Dan Gregory / November 15, 2021 /

Rather than thinking in terms of lateral and linear thinkers, what if we frame people’s creative style as being that of a leaper or linker?

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The 17 Best Gifts for People Who Work from Home [2021]

The 17 Best Gifts for People Who Work from Home [2021]

By Megan Nicole O'Neal / November 10, 2021 /

We’ve curated a list of 17 useful yet luxurious items guaranteed to make any work-from-home experience easier, cozier and overall more efficient. Because who doesn’t need more time?

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Working Remotely? Here’s How to Do It Right

Working Remotely? Here’s How to Do It Right

By Jessica Velasco / November 5, 2021 /

One of the biggest drawbacks of remote work is the strain it puts on collaboration. But there are ways to do it successfully. Staying connected in a virtual environment is more than doable. Here’s some tips.

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[Quiz] Test Your Enneagram Knowledge

[Quiz] Test Your Enneagram Knowledge

By Sarah Paulk / November 2, 2021 /

The Enneagram test is as much about your knowledge base as it is about self-awareness. Ready?

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How to Find Meaning Outside of Work

How to Find Meaning Outside of Your Job

By Julien Saunders and Kiersten Saunders / October 25, 2021 /

You are hardworking and dedicated, but sometimes it feels like you don’t get much from your life outside of your job. It can be tough to find your true self when it feels like you’re always working. Finding meaning outside of work can be tricky: Sometimes our work identities feel like the only sure things…

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3 Skills Every Leader Must Cultivate to Successfully Manage Distributed Teams

3 Skills Every Leader Must Cultivate to Successfully Manage Distributed Teams

By Cecilia de San Jose / October 8, 2021 /

As a result of the changes brought forth by the pandemic and the shift to remote work, organizations are changing their policies and employees are not afraid to ask for more from their companies. It’s not business as usual, and managers need to reflect on that and act accordingly. 

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