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How to Be Fit for Summer While Working: 10 Simple Tips

Posted by Juan Kurdi May 18, 2016 0 Comment

Losing weight doesn’t have to be as stressful and hard as many of us think. Making small, healthier choices is really all that it takes. So keep these 10 simple tips in mind, to avoid gaining weight when you have a 9-5 desk job. 1. Drink a Glass of Warm Water Every Morning Drinking very […]

12 Tips to Beat Procrastination at Work

Posted by Ghady El Hajj May 3, 2016 0 Comment

You have too many deadlines looming but are still squandering away your time doing irrelevant things! Sounds familiar? We all procrastinate; we tend to put off urgent tasks and matters most of the time. And then, when it’s time to deliver we start running around not even knowing where to start! If you’re a chronic […]

10 Mobile Applications That Will Increase Your Productivity at Work

Posted by Sara Hammouri April 27, 2016 0 Comment

If you’re looking to boost your workday productivity, that smartphone in your pocket can help! The mobile app revolution has produced hundreds of apps to help ease the stress of everyday life. These applications perform both simple tasks, such as managing your to-do list, and complex ones, such as allowing you remote access to your computer. We […]

10 Ways to Redecorate Your Office for a Happier and More Productive You

Posted by Sara Hammouri April 10, 2016 0 Comment

When most of your day is spent in one place, you have to make sure it’s a place you feel good about. After all, you spend 8 hours a day in your work cubicle, and cluttered, unorganized and unpersonalized work cubicles can affect your mood and creativity. Who wants to sit in a boring place all day? No […]

6 Simple Exercises to Perfect Your Next Sales Pitch

Posted by Ghady El Hajj April 6, 2016 0 Comment

Great salespeople are those who know how to deliver a great sales pitch. While many of us still think that a sales pitch is a one-way process by which salespeople provide information to the buyer about their product and then close the sale, a good sales pitch is much more complex than that. In fact, […]

5 Simple Ways to Improve Your Work Performance

Posted by Juan Kurdi March 28, 2016 0 Comment

Because we spend an average of 8 hours a day at the office, it’s very important for our jobs to be meaningful to us, inspiring us to become better humans, and to constantly learn and be a productive part of our companies and societies. Improving our work performance is not only a matter of getting […]

Become a Positive Thinker With These 5 Tips

Posted by Sara Hammouri March 24, 2016 0 Comment

Each of us has a set of messages that plays over and over in our minds. This internal dialogue, or personal commentary, influences our words, actions, habits, relationships, and eventually, our destiny. Too often the internal dialogue we develop is negative. This negativity causes a ripple effect that affects all parts of our daily lives. […]

Your Checklist to Success

Posted by CMO March 10, 2016 2 Comments

You have arrived. Industry practitioners and friends and the community all recognize you as an expert in your field and you have plenty of accolades and awards and career stories to show for it.  You are a success by anyone’s measure but you find yourself asking yourself over your morning coffee and newspaper that monumental […]

5 Inspiring TED Talks Every Job Seeker Needs to Watch

Posted by Sara Hammouri March 7, 2016 0 Comment

If you’re looking for a job, then you’ve most probably heard advice left and right. “Settle for whatever you get now and then grow later.”, “Always ask for more!”, “No, I don’t advise you to enter that field.” It gets confusing, doesn’t it? In reality, the advice you really need should come from thought leaders […]

The Skills You Need to be an Amazing Public Speaker

Posted by Sara Hammouri March 3, 2016 1 Comment

I always thought that public speaking is a piece of cake, until I had to do my first presentation in front of a really large audience. I remember that day vividly; the whispers (which at the time I believed were about how horrible I was, or how bored my audience was feeling), the sweaty hands, […]

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