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Blogging › Email & Productivity
Do you freeze up or experience a strong feeling of avoidance just at the thought of decluttering your home or inbox? If so, you're not alone—and there is a very good explanation.
At some point, being busy became a point of pride. It became synonymous with hard work.
I think a lot of us have a bad relationship with email. Be honest, how many times have you spent all day in email, feeling productive, only to realize later that you haven't...
Yes, we’re talking about legitimate emails. Just because you receive a message from a real person does not mean you need to respond to it, at least not right away.
(Cowriter) Clearing your inbox feels productive. But just like in Tetris, no matter how good you are, more emails will keep coming—and faster.
We've all been there. You buy something in-store and request an emailed copy of the receipt. Later that day, you sign up for online bill pay, book a weekend outing, and finally...
Blogging › Company Culture
No, what I mean is that it’s easy to come here each day, easy to enjoy your coworkers, and easy to know you’re part of something worthwhile.
The connection between academic achievement and employment is undeniable, so we set out to do something about it this holiday season.
What happens when you cross a health-conscious CEO with a city that lives and breathes health fads? An opt-in office juice cleanse, of course.
I know what you're thinking: "You're biased, Rachel. Everyone says that in their company blog." You're probably right. That's why I'm not just going to tell you; I'm going to...
Blogging › Job Search & Recruitment
Interviewing is an art form for both the job seeker and the hiring manager. Here are seven red flags that will leave me saying, “Thanks, but no thanks” to your job offer.
The idea of interviewing used to make me uneasy. Very uneasy.
Remember Murphy's Law—if anything can go wrong, it will? When it came to my first job interview, Murphy couldn't have been more right.