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Quiet Quitting Isn’t New

Quiet Quitting Isn’t New

The new term that seems to be dominating the leadership world may not be all that new. Quiet Quitting, as it is referred to, has been around for many years. We used to call it “checked out.” It has also been referred to as “retired on duty,” disengaged, or a lack of ownership. Regardless, there are several reasons behind it. Don’t get caught up in learning new nomenclature for an old problem. Employees become disengaged for numerous reasons: some personal and some professional. It is the responsibility of the leader to get employees back on track.

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Be UN-apologetically You

Be UN-apologetically You

There are many ways to answer the question, Who are you living for? Looking at it from an altruistic perspective, we could say that we live to serve our communities. Answering the question from a parent's lens, we could say that we live to provide and support our...

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Creating Meaning

Creating Meaning

In Viktor Frankl's writing, the topic of logotherapy is discussed. Within that framework, the concept of how we find meaning or purpose in our lives comes in three forms. The first is focused on actions creating meaning. This meaning comes from doing things, having...

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Benefits of Mentorship

Benefits of Mentorship

Becoming a mentor can benefit both the mentor and the mentee. Mentors often enjoy a sense of satisfaction from helping others reach their potential. In addition, mentoring can help keep you sharp and up-to-date on industry trends, as you constantly learn new things from your mentee. And finally, as a mentor, you develop essential networking connections that could lead to future opportunities.

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10 Essentials for a Backpacking Trip

10 Essentials for a Backpacking Trip

When it comes to packing for a backpacking trip, the options can seem endless. But a few pieces of gear are essential for any trip, regardless of when or where you’re going. Here is a list of the essentials, along with some tips on choosing the right gear for your...

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On Self-Improvement

It has been said that the unexamined life is not worth living. Many people would agree that self-improvement is one key to a good life. But what does it mean to improve oneself? And how should one go about it? And, how do we do it without falling trap of a hokey...

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On Goal Setting

Most people think of goal setting as a way to make themselves feel better about the past through achievements, but it is so much more. When we set goals, we acknowledge we are not where we want to be in life. That is a hard pill to swallow. It takes guts to say, “I...

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Mentally Recharging

It’s easy to become bogged down by the routines of daily life. We all have the good and bad habits that we fall back on without even thinking about it. But sometimes, it’s essential to take a step back and mentally reset yourself. This can be done in several ways, but...

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Student Loan Economics

Student Loan Economics

The Biden administration’s recent announcement of up to $10,000 in student loan forgiveness has divided the nation. Some people believe this is a significant step forward and will help many struggling Americans to pay off their student loans. Others think that this is another example of the government giving handouts to people who didn’t work hard enough to earn their degrees or as an act of buying votes.

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