5 Painful But Important Things To Do When You Lose Your Job

Author: Elizabeth Alterman Source: The Muse When I lost my job in 2014, I naturally slipped into a self-pity funk for a bit. What did I do first? I promptly made an enormous bowl of tiramisu and attempted to soothe my bruised ego with dessert. But—as good as it feels to take a well-deserved time-out—the …

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What to Realistically Do if Nobody is Listening to You at Work

Author: Kat Boogaard Source: The Muse You’re in a team meeting, hashing out how to resolve an issue that everybody has been repeatedly battling with. “What if we changed the process so that the sales team saw the report first?” you suggest, “That way the design team could step in with all of the information …

What is a Personal Philosophy, and How Do You Live in Alignment with Yours?

Author: Dr. Michael Gervais Source: Thrive Global People talk about “becoming” and “being” your best. What is someone’s “best?” Seriously, what is your "best?" It's incredibly difficult to get your arms around it, partly because it's a moving target that is influenced by dynamically moving components: your current skill, your world-view and the environmental conditions. …