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businessnewsdaily.comIt might not be feasible – or even necessary – to change jobs, so what else could you do? Here are a few steps to help you better manage your stress at work. It may seem simple, but identifying the root cause of your issues will help begin the healing process. According to the American Psychological Association, some common workplace stressors are low salaries, excessive workloads, few opportunities for growth or advancement, work that’s uninteresting or that isn’t challenging, a lack of social support, and a lack of power over your career.  read more at

These Common Email Mistakes Are Ruining Your Credibility

fastcompany.comIf you had to deliver a speech, would you knowingly choose the wrong title, bury your point, or say things that would get yourself in trouble with your colleagues and bosses? That’s not just sloppy, though–these common errors can sabotage your own credibility around the office. Here are seven of the most destructive email mistakes and how you can avoid them.   New workplaces, new food sources, new medicine–even an entirely new economic system. The major tech ecosystems that battle for our attention and dollars.    read more at

4 questions to address your appointment cancellation challenges

multibriefs.comOne of the most stressful things that can take place in a dental office is a canceled appointment. It can throw off an entire day and create logistical nightmares. The only thing more stressful is coming up with a way to reduce the number of canceled appointments, and thus decreasing the amount of stress.  An effective strategy means asking the right questions: Some dental offices think the process of contacting patients for appointment confirmations is “babysitting” them. They also fear that it invites a cancellation right at that moment.  read more at

9 Simple Reminders That Will Make You a Better Leader

inc.comWhenever I start to work with a new company to help it improve its leadership, the first thing I like to do is study the leaders in action and get feedback on how they are perceived by their teams. Leadership can be difficult, but I am always amazed by the number of people who make it harder than it needs to be by forgetting some simple basics. Here are nine things to remember about leadership that will stop you from making it more difficult for yourself than it needs to be, and help you become a better leader.  read more at


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