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13 Things Not to Share with Your Co-workers

13 Things Not to Share with Your Co-workers

It's happened to everyone before. The constant flow of words that just keep coming, long after you've made your point (if there ever was one) and even longer after people stopped caring. The kind of gibberish that just won't stop unless someone else starts talking. The type of chatter that inevitably ends with you wishing you'd put your foot in your mouth. Yes, verbal diarrhea is never a good thing - but it can be worse in some places more than others.

Like the workplace.

There are certain things co-workers need not know about each other - your baby-making plans and stomach issues, for example - but some folks just can't seem to keep their mouths shut. Some people talk to hear the sound of their own voice; others share because they don't really have a life and, by revealing details you'd rather not know, they create the illusion of one, says Linda Lopeke, a career advancement expert and creator of SmartStartTM Virtual Mentoring Programs. "Then there is the person who believes gossip, even about them, creates instant emotional intimacy. It doesn't."

Walk the line

Because people spend more time at the office with co-workers than anywhere (or anyone) else, some workers have trouble drawing the line between business and friendship, says Susan Solovic, co-founder and CEO of SBTV.com, and author of three books, including "Reinvent...

30 Things I've Learned About Work So Far

30 Things I've Learned About Work So Far

Four years ago, I was an unpaid intern at Vogue and today I manage a talented copywriting team at TripAdvisor. How did I get there? Well, let’s just say it’s been one hell of a journey and I’m only getting started. Here are some of the no-bullshit things I’ve learned along the way...

  1. Show up every single morning like you’re meant to be there. You got the job for a reason, you know.
  2. Busy is a choice, stressed is a choice, overworked is a choice.
  3. Having clothes you feel confident in is important. You’ll feel better and, in turn, you’ll work better. Invest in some good basics. You’ll easily earn the money back further down the line.
  4. Never tell your boss you can’t do something. You can, I promise. Say you’ll figure it out and then do so. A can-do attitude will have a big impact on the trajectory of your career.
  5. One word: sleep.
  6. Seriously though, there’s nothing successful about sleep deprivation. Feeling well-rested and ready for work is real #goals.
  7. Make work BFFs, but don’t get too involved with the office drama du jour. The occasional rant with a trusted co-worker is fair game. But cliques and bitching? Not so much.
  8. Keep a record of all of your accomplishments and achievements from day one on a new job. You’ll be glad you did.
  9. Celebrate every tiny victory.
  10. No matter how you feel,...

Men & Women Reveal The Tragic Ways They Tried To Save Their Marriages

Men & Women Reveal The Tragic Ways They Tried To Save Their MarriagesIt’s worth exploring every last option before calling it quits on your marriage — but sometimes, there’s nothing you can do to keep an unhealthy relationship afloat.

Below, men and women who blog for The Huffington Post share their last-ditch efforts to save their marriages before finally calling it quits.

I invited him over for a romantic dinner and it was anything but romantic.

“That [night] was our last dinner and our last conversation as husband and wife.”

“My then-husband and I had sold our home and my daughter and I had moved into a new place, but I still held out hope we could make it work and get back together. So one night, I hired a babysitter, made a delicious dinner (bottle of wine included) and invited him over for a romantic evening. During dinner, he talked constantly of ‘his new life’ and how our marriage wasn’t working — all due to me. I remember him saying, ‘If only you had been better at this’ or ‘If only you had been happy just being a military wife and hadn’t wanted to build a career.’ That was our last dinner and our last conversation as husband and wife, because I realized no matter what it just wasn’t going to work. We simply weren’t a good fit for each other.” — Honoree C.

 I gave my wife permission to continue her affair.

“My last-ditch effort followed a series of first, second and third-ditch efforts. First, I decided we could survive her affair by patiently...

30 Things I've Learned About Work So Far

30 Things I've Learned About Work So Far

Four years ago, I was an unpaid intern at Vogue and today I manage a talented copywriting team at TripAdvisor. How did I get there? Well, let’s just say it’s been one hell of a journey and I’m only getting started. Here are some of the no-bullshit things I’ve learned along the way...

  1. Show up every single morning like you’re meant to be there. You got the job for a reason, you know.
  2. Busy is a choice, stressed is a choice, overworked is a choice.
  3. Having clothes you feel confident in is important. You’ll feel better and, in turn, you’ll work better. Invest in some good basics. You’ll easily earn the money back further down the line.
  4. Never tell your boss you can’t do something. You can, I promise. Say you’ll figure it out and then do so. A can-do attitude will have a big impact on the trajectory of your career.
  5. One word: sleep.
  6. Seriously though, there’s nothing successful about sleep deprivation. Feeling well-rested and ready for work is real #goals.
  7. Make work BFFs, but don’t get too involved with the office drama du jour. The occasional rant with a trusted co-worker is fair game. But cliques and bitching? Not so much.
  8. Keep a record of all of your accomplishments and achievements from day one on a new job. You’ll be glad you did.
  9. Celebrate every tiny victory.
  10. No matter how you feel,...

9 Things That Will Kill Your Career

9 Things That Will Kill Your Career

There are so many things that can kill the careers of good, hard-working people. Honest mistakes often carry hard-hitting consequences.

We usually only hear about the more egregious examples, such as when Yelp employee Talia Jane became an Internet sensation for writing a blistering post criticizing the company’s low pay and its CEO. To no one’s surprise, she quickly found herself out of a job.

Most people don’t go down in a blaze of glory like Talia Jane; they kill their careers in subtle, decidedly undramatic ways. And it’s a shame because it happens all the time.

A recent survey by VitalSmarts found that 83% of people had seen someone make a blunder that had catastrophic results for their career, reputation, or business, and 69% admitted that they themselves had done something that had damaged their careers:

  • 31% said it cost them a promotion, a raise, or even a job
  • 27% said it damaged a working relationship
  • 11% said it destroyed their reputation

These numbers show how damaging you can be to your own career if you’re not careful. There doesn’t have to be a single, sickening moment...

5 Elements of a Winning Entrepreneurial Mindset

5 Elements of a Winning Entrepreneurial Mindset

We’ve all got those dreaded “things” we need to work on inside our heads. They’re those things that seem to hold us back from charging our worth, feeling like we’re enough and unapologetically announcing to the world who we are. It keeps us from attracting clients who easily say, “Yes!” and it keeps us from making the kind of money we want to impact the world and live freely in our daily lives.

So how can you create a mindset that makes you indestructible? Here are 5 Elements to a Winning Mindset:

1. Do not deny your intuition a role in your life.

Your intuition serves you more than you know. Sometimes the best decisions are made intuitively rather than logically. Does your price feel good to you? Does working with a particular client feel good to you? Does saying, “No” to a given situation feel good to you? You don’t need any more justification than that when you’re creating your life by your rules.

2. Invite The Universe in on the action

When we worry about all the how’s for getting from point A to point B, we limit the ways in which The Universe can help us out. On the other hand, when we do our part, taking inspired action, and let The Universe in on the party, we allow for chance happening, magical moments and accidental meetings. The Universe knows ALL the people in the world. Don’t you think that he can bring you all the clients you could ever wish for?

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Success Quotes From Accomplished People

Success Quotes From Accomplished People

Success can be defined — and achieved — a million different ways, and there are endless perspectives on how to do both.

Some of the world's most accomplished people have spoken out about their own journeys toward success, their thoughts on how to attain it, and their feelings on finally reaching it.

Here are 88 quotes on success, from the world's most successful people:

1) "Eighty percent of success is showing up." —Woody Allen

2) "If you really look closely, most overnight successes took a long time." —Steve Jobs

3) "Success is liking yourself, liking what you do, and liking how you do it." —Maya Angelou

4) "Success is a lousy teacher. It seduces smart people into thinking they can't lose." —Bill Gates

5) "The real test is not whether you avoid this failure, because you won't. It's whether you let it harden or shame you into inaction, or whether you learn from it; whether you choose to persevere." —Barack Obama

6) "Define success on your own terms, achieve it by your own rules, and build a life you're proud to live." —Anne Sweeney

7) "We must accept finite disappointment, but never lose infinite hope."...

How to Know if Someone Is Talking Behind Your Back

 How to Know if Someone Is Talking Behind Your Back

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    Note if they are constantly whispering to other people, and when you come they abruptly turn back. This is the most obvious sign. However, do not assume someone is talking about you just from body language, such as staring, giggling, whispering when you're not around, and/or cutting off a conversation when you approach. Even though this can be a sign, it doesn't necessarily mean it. For example, if a group of people stop talking when you approach, but continue when you leave, they might be talking about something they don't want anybody to hear, not just you.

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    If you suspect someone is talking behind...

50 Rules for Being a Great Leader

50 Rules for Being a Great Leader

Becoming a great leader isn’t something that happens overnight, but it can be achieved through discipline, hard work and a commitment to improvement through experience. Great leaders aren’t born, as some people suggest; instead, they are shaped over time. And, while what makes a “great” leader in one application doesn’t always apply to others, there are some general rules that all great leaders follow.

Related: What Leadership Is -- And What It Is Not

If becoming a great leader in your own business or organization is your goal, these 50 rules are a good place to start:

1. Listen to your team. Rule one. Always listen to what your team has to say, even if you don’t like it.

2. Communicate as efficiently as possible. Make your expectations and feelings clear, in the appropriate medium as often as possible.

3. Talk less. Sometimes saying nothing is better than saying just anything.

4. Be an example. Be the type of person you want your team members to be.

5. Be passionate. If you aren’t passionate about your business, you’re in the wrong business.

6. Be consistent. Be consistent...

50 Rules for Being a Great Leader

50 Rules for Being a Great Leader

Becoming a great leader isn’t something that happens overnight, but it can be achieved through discipline, hard work and a commitment to improvement through experience. Great leaders aren’t born, as some people suggest; instead, they are shaped over time. And, while what makes a “great” leader in one application doesn’t always apply to others, there are some general rules that all great leaders follow.

Related: What Leadership Is -- And What It Is Not

If becoming a great leader in your own business or organization is your goal, these 50 rules are a good place to start:

1. Listen to your team. Rule one. Always listen to what your team has to say, even if you don’t like it.

2. Communicate as efficiently as possible. Make your expectations and feelings clear, in the appropriate medium as often as possible.

3. Talk less. Sometimes saying nothing is better than saying just anything.

4. Be an example. Be the type of person you want your team members to be.

5. Be passionate. If you aren’t passionate about your business, you’re in the wrong business.

6. Be consistent. Be consistent...