Scroll through my favorite professional development articles:
Land Jakob Nielsen, the authors of How People Read on the Web. “You just can’t get enough.”
Storytelling forms the foundation of many PR campaigns, and for good reason. Telling stories is an art backed up by science; according to the Harvard Business Review, stories create chemical connections in the brains of audiences.
For many people, the easiest thing to procrastinate about is working on a big report, or really anything that requires a substantial amount of writing. With each new assignment, you tell yourself, “This one will be different. I’ll get started right away.” But it’s hard, so you put it off. And then even when you finally convince yourself to get started, it’s easy to let almost any other task take precedence. Eventually, there’s no way to put it off more—the deadline is looming—and so you have to make a panicked sprint to the finish.
Learn to manage your inbox with Outlook 365 tips and quick action-based methods so you can be more productive and less stressed during the workweek.
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