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You’ve Been Laid Off. Now What?

Each time I’ve been laid off, I have struggled for some time to make some sense out of what happened. Was it me failing to achieve expectations or did my number come up in the layoff roulette? Often you are given a vague script about your role no longer fitting the company’s direction, given heaps …

Anxious Woman with Imposter Syndrome

Imposter Syndrome: How to How to Beat it and Shine

Have you ever feared you might be exposed as a fraud at work or amongst friends? You would be surprised how many women deal with this nagging feeling of self-doubt and inadequacy in their lives. It’s this anxiety that someone is going to find out we are not good enough or qualified enough at what …

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How To Set Boundaries At Work

Work forms a huge part of our lives. After all, we spend a considerable amount of time at our workplace. Suffice it to say, most people tend to think that their work is their identity. If you ask someone about themselves, they’ll probably start by telling you their name and what they do for a …

Remote Work Tips from an Expert pt. 2

Since the quarantine started, even I have learned a few things about how to improve the working-from-home experience. 1) Teach Outlook to stop asking you to enter a location for every single meeting, which are now virtual. We don’t need yet another reminder from the robots about how lonely we are. 2) Use Snap Camera …

3 Insights from Brick and Mortar Retail

While ecommerce has taken center stage in the past decade, we still have a lot to learn from traditional brick and mortar businesses. Physical retail still makes up 90% of all purchases in North America, and is still predicted to remain well over 80% within the next five years. This post is the third in …