At Work


Netflix to Inspire You to Kick A** at Work

By Kelly Love Johnson / December 3, 2015

This time of year is great for catching up on your Netflix queue! We have a list of 12 movies and TV shows that just might inspire you to make your next big career move, tap into your creativity, block melodramatic coworkers, or take the leap from corporate America to solo entrepreneur.   9 to […]


Is Your Company Prepared for the Millennial Surge?

By Cally Martin / November 1, 2015

There are so many stereotypes for millennials, it’s hard to shake them (mostly because at least one of them is true for each of us). But don’t diminish the work we have done and will do based on them. Those exact stereotypes are what drive us to be innovators, disruptors, and your next amazing employees. […]


Luck or Skill? Negotiating the Ladder

By Kelly Love Johnson / October 26, 2015

Most people who are successful at work are successful for a reason. They work hard. They bring in new accounts. They made two million dollars for the company last year. They are the “go to” person for just about everything. We’ve yet to meet any successful person in the business world who said they “lucked into” […]


Just Say NO: Shortcuts for Work-Life Balance

By Kelly Love Johnson / October 23, 2015

#Work-life balance has been a hot topic (for decades now), since most of us are juggling multiple roles at home #and work. It impacts our job performance (and ultimately, our health and our personal lives). Being burned out isn’t good for anyone. It’s not easy to re-balance an unbalanced work-life situation, but we found a few ideas around […]


Three Ways to Improve Your Interview Game

By Kelly Love Johnson / October 22, 2015

Whether you’re a recent college graduate, in college and trying to decide your career path, unhappy with your current job and exploring your options, or out of work and searching, there are a few easy things you can do at the #interview stage to give yourself an edge in a competitive job market. Interview potential […]


Your Second Home: 10 Ways to Upgrade Your Cubicle

By Cally Martin / October 21, 2015

(Featured image from Flip It) You probably spend 40 hours (or more) a week working in a cube farm, but it doesn’t mean your work-space has to be sterile and soulless. We found a few things to improve your home sweet cubicle.   A Sit That Fits For those of us who endure sitting for […]


Can’t We All Just Get Along?

By Kelly Love Johnson / October 16, 2015

Letting go of #conflict and moving forward is key to maintaining professional relationships, but is easier said than done. Most of us have been in situations where we were underappreciated, on the receiving end of less-than-constructive criticism, or outright bullied at work (if you haven’t been there yet, consider yourself lucky). Just because you’re stuck […]


Handling Personality Conflicts at Work

By Kelly Love Johnson / October 14, 2015

Nothing is more frustrating than butting heads with a coworker. It’s counterproductive, exhausting, and bad for morale all around. It’s important to be able to adapt to working with different personality styles—and to be able to manage the difficult ones. Engaging in #conflict at work, whether you’re baited or not, can reflect negatively on you […]


No One Cares How Hard You Work

By Kelly Love Johnson / October 5, 2015

Are you suffering from “I’m so #busy” syndrome? There’s real science behind our workaholic tendencies—and we’re not always as busy as we believe we are. Trust us, your boss cares more about your productivity than how busy you appear to be, and your #work-life balance can be seriously impacted when you’re juggling for the sake […]

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