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Three scientifically proven ways to make a habit stick

Today's Top Stories December 13, 2017

News

Survey: Majority of managers see year-end bonuses growing in 2017

Forty-two percent of managers surveyed think bonuses will be “somewhat higher” this year than the year before, even though fewer people will be receiving them overall.

Advice

Three ways to stop creeping burnout

If you go about your day every single day without break or change in your routine, chances are good that burnout is just waiting to creep up on you.

Productivity

Stoicism reveals 4 rituals that will make you confident

So when you’re feeling not-so-large-and-in-charge and need a boost, here's how to use the modern version of ancient Stoicism to manufacture more mojo.

Advice

3 ways to deal with a nosy coworker

Here's how to handle nosy coworkers who live to see you sweat while learning personal information about you that you'd rather keep private.

Advice

9 ways to recover from (and avoid) holiday party embarrassment

No batter how sloppy your company holiday party may get, in most situations, you can probably save both your pride and your gig. Here's how.

Advice

7 indispensable soft skills to develop for 2018

Much like you would continue your education, continuously improving your soft skills, like communication and body language, is essential to success, too.

Advice

4 important career lessons for millennials

Whether you're a recent college graduate or just a few years out, we could all benefit from some career advice.

Advice

5 ways to power through energy troughs at work

When you're not in the most cheerful or energized mood when you get to work, here's how to best shake off your morning haze and get productive.

Productivity

Here’s why chasing fun will help your career

if you don’t play you become boring. It's time to chase fun. Here is a guide to help you reinvigorate your life and get it back on the fun track.

Advice

This is how to worry productively

Here's the science of how to manage your inner worrywart and use it as a productive force for good. Just follow these tips.

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