Morning brain games to change your life

Did you know by age 40 we start losing about 5 percent of our brain matter per decade? Check out these quick morning brain games that can help keep you sharp. Read more:
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Social media @ work: step away from that status update

More than 70 percent of adult internet users use Facebook. Chances are most of you are among the 70 percent. It's difficult to find an adult who doesn't use social media today. But social media use during work hours is a delicate topic. Read more:
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Things to know before you trade show

Trade shows: are they a worthwhile company investment or a just a place to hand out branded knick-knacks and can koozies? Read more:
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Political talk at work: could you be fired?

Statistically speaking, you’re 46 percent guaranteed to be involved in a political discussion at work during this campaign season, regardless of how hard you try to avoid it. If you’re one of the participants in a confrontational exchange, could it get you fired? Yes. Read more:
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Heavy breathing and other conference call faux pas

Ah, the art of the conference call. Seems simple, right? Dial in, listen up, and let the productivity flow. Wrong. Read more:
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4 cultural trends expected to uptick in 2017

Cultural trends emerged and evolved at the speed of a decade 20 years ago. Today they pop up and become the norm within a year or two. Here are some trends that would have raised eyebrows five years ago, but today are completely commonplace:
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Climbing Everest and the corporate ladder

Whether you're climbing Everest or the corporate ladder, the same lessons can be learned and applied in both situations. Read more:
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Red light, green light: control interruptions

You are an intelligent, capable, social human being. You understand the need for office connectivity and communication. But can that impede your productivity? Find out how out how to create a balance:
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5 cyber scams employees keep falling for

You can warn. You can educate. You can try. But, chances are, your employees are still going to fall for a cyber scam from time to time. Find out what your employees are falling for:
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