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Studies Show Volunteering is Good for Your Health

According to a study by United Healthcare, 94% of people who volunteered in the past 12 months say it improved their mood. It’s often easy to see the results of how volunteer work helps others, but how often do you think about the impact it has on your own mental and physical health? From personal […]

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RL02-12-2015

5 Quick Tips for Navigating a Workplace Romance

The average person will spend more than 90,000 hours at work over the course of a lifetime, so it shouldn’t be surprising that many people wind up meeting their significant others at the office. According to a CareerBuilder survey, 38% of people say they have dated someone who works at their same company. And 31% […]

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RL02-10-2015

The Results Are In: Factors That Contribute to Job Satisfaction

In January, we asked our readers which factors most contributed to job satisfaction. And with 1,291 people responding, we gathered that this is a significant matter for many in the professional world. According to the results, 26% of respondents said engaging and meaningful work is the number one factor that leads to overall work satisfaction. […]

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RL02-05-15

Changing Ourselves

We have all heard the wise saying, “The only constant in the world is change.” Change is, indeed, inevitable and has always been a part of human existence, but the pace of change seems to be accelerating. Change is uncomfortable for us all. If we are honest with ourselves, we will admit we have a bias […]

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Peak Performer’s Life: The Power of Consistency

This week on Peak Performer’s Life, Walter Bond discusses the importance of being consistent and how it can be a powerful tool for leading your team, building your business, and living a Peak Performer’s Life. According to Walter: “Excellence is not an act, it’s a habit. Ask yourself, ‘What do I repeatedly do?’ because whatever […]

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RL02-02-15

Igniting Passion: Inspiring Employees to Love Their Jobs

Passion is a somewhat unexplainable phenomenon attributed to being all in on an idea or belief. A passionate person sees the big picture and has bought in to the importance of every step that leads to achieving a goal. Passionate people are engaging and contagious. Yet, some workers have reserved passion as merely a personal […]

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Communication Breakdown

Question of the Month: What is the biggest cause of communication breakdown?

George Bernard Shaw said “the single biggest problem in communication is the illusion that it has taken place.” In the workplace, clear and concise communication is essential for success, and when the lines get crossed, it can easily send a destructive ripple through an entire team and derail important projects. For our February question of […]

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