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Care enough for yourself to stand up for you, to protect you, and to speak for you. Demonstrate (for your own benefit) that you are worthy to care about. Sometimes self-care means saying, “me first.” So how do you say, “me first,” on the job?...

Weekends are amazing, aren’t they?!?! Oftentimes, you can create your own day—that is—you do what you WANT to do. You have the option to be around those you desire to be around. Saturdays and Sundays are simply feel-good days where you have the option to...

As a job seeker, do you know how to showcase your value during a job interview? A common mistake many of us make is to assume that our value is defined by previous work experience and general employability skills. However, there are more effective ways...

Sometimes, it is not about changing careers. Sometimes, it’s simply about doing that one thing on the job that leaves you feeling good about yourself. Maybe it is asking for a raise, applying for the promotion, having a courageous conversation with your boss or a...

Do not let your past career disrupt a future career opportunity. Too many times we do not reach for a better career due to the belief that we will have a negative experience—just as we did in the past. Try this! Think of your past,...

"Discouraged worker" is an actual term describing those who want and are available to work, but have dropped out of the labor force because they believe there are no jobs for them. They would take a job if they could and would even already be...

If your partner treated you the same way you are treated at your job, would you stay? If they ignored you, overlooked you, undervalued you—wouldn’t you tell yourself that you deserve better and then go and find better? If the thought of seeing them on...

Your [son, daughter, niece, nephew, brother, or sister] is watching you. Not the physical staring type of watching, but the type of watching from a distance that only you can feel with your heart. They are waiting to see what you do next. Because you...