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September 3, 2019
Anxiety is becoming more commonplace every day. Anxiety and stress are present in our lives almost on a daily basis, and they can affect our mental and physical health. But given that we spend so much of our lives working, it’s crucial to our health that we don’t allow ourselves to get caught up in career anxiety. Career Anxiety Career anxiety is a sign that you’ve invested too much into earning a living. It’s one thing to invest money and time, even skill and ingenuity, but it’s another thing to invest your very essence and being.  What Is Career Anxiety?  Career anxiety is rooted in feelings of insecurity or unease associated with work. These negative emotions stem from concerns over things like money, status, job security, or social aspects of the job. Examples ...
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Jenny Weinhardt

Extraordinary Details of Daily Life

August 26, 2019
Have you ever noted the pirouettes of a leaf as it falls off a tree, or the quivering of a blade of grass in the wind? Not everyone notices the minute details of daily life. Humans are busy beings; most barely find the time to sit and eat. It ...
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Jenny Weinhardt


August 16, 2019
Do you know who you are? You’ve heard it before, “it’s what’s on the inside that counts”, but have you ever taken a moment to interpret what exactly that means in terms of change?  On the outside lie the words you speak, the clothes you wear, and the things ...
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Jenny Weinhardt

Gossip and Malicious Talk

August 12, 2019
Humans are social beings, especially in a work environment. When social interactions take place at work, it’s likely some of those interactions may involve gossip. While gossip can be toxic in any environment, it’s especially destructive in the workplace. Gossip can have a negative impact on work environments, employee ...
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Jenny Weinhardt


July 26, 2019
Every day we are faced with the task of making decisions; some much more difficult than others.  Should I order pizza or a salad? What should I wear today? Should I take that new job? While some decisions require more deliberation than others, it’s certain that we spend a tremendous ...
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Jenny Weinhardt

From The Outside In

July 22, 2019
Have you ever taken a step back to reflect on past performances? Self-evaluation is one of the most important, and most challenging, skills you can have in both your professional and personal life. It is crucial for us to look at ourselves objectively to see what is good, ...
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Jenny Weinhardt

Satisfying Work

July 11, 2019
Money and happiness undoubtedly appear to be the two most desired outcomes of one's life. Yet many fail to see the potential in pursuing meaningful and satisfying work as a way to achieve both financial freedom and enjoyable life. Satisfying work is beneficial because it increases job satisfaction, ...
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Jenny Weinhardt

True Value

July 5, 2019
Such is life, where heartbreak, setbacks, and utter failures materialize when we least expect them. Our principles can either aid or impede on our ability to push through complications to find success. It takes a positive mindset to dust ourselves off, regroup, and pick up the broken pieces. ...
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Jenny Weinhardt

Make the Most Out of a Difficult Situation

June 28, 2019
On occasion, you may find yourself in a scenario where - all things considered - it seems no good is able to come from it. Whether an obstacle is preventing you from accomplishing a goal, or you feel that a group consultation would be of no help, the ...
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Rob de Medeiros

How Emotional Intelligence was Defined in One Season

April 16, 2019
"If you learn to use it right, the adversity, it will buy you a ticket to a place you couldn't have gone any other way.” - Virginia Basketball head coach, Tony Bennett Watching March Madness, I was struck by what it can teach us to pay attention and see ...
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