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Ron Ashkenas: Make the Weekend Last All Week

February 24, 2011

Many people feel a tension between their jobs and their lives. But what can managers do to blur the self-imposed distinction between the workweek and the weekend?
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Relationships are easy

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February 1, 2011

Editor’s note: This is a guest post from Corey Allan of Simple Marriage. Relationships are easy. You may have read or heard the opposite, that relationships are hard work. I used to believe that was true. Not anymore. Relationships are easy. I understand that making time for someone else or giving up some of the things you love...
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Finding the Elusive Work-Life Balance

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January 18, 2011
Finding the Elusive Work-Life Balance

Post written by Leo Babauta. How do you find a balanced life when you’re overloaded with work? How do you switch off work when you’re away from the office? The answers to these very common questions are elusive. It’s never an easy thing. But once you do find this balance you’ll find enormous benefits: more enjoyment of...
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In Search of Even Shorter Sound Bites

January 12, 2011
In Search of Even Shorter Sound Bites

An interactive segment of the LP&P Executive Communications training workshop we offer is the sound bite exercise. We ask each of the spokespeople being trained to answer a question that they may receive during an interview in 60 seconds or less, and to include a good sound bite. For those not familiar with the...
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The Essential Zen Habits of 2010

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December 28, 2010
The Essential Zen Habits of 2010

Post written by Leo Babauta. I am overjoyed. Zen Habits has just finished its 4th year of existence and every year has been better than the last. This year has been no exception. How great a year has it been? Zen Habits grew from 150,000 subscribers to well over 200,000 and topped TIME magazine’s...
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