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Ibarra's Nine Strategies for Reinventing Your Career – Daring to Try Out New Identities

[ad_1] © GettyImagestichrBe playful and experiment with many different roles. Do you ever wonder whether you're in the right career? Maybe you're a project manager with an untapped creative side. Or, despite a successful career in finance, you find yourself wondering what it would be like to work in the marketing department. But you soon put such wonderings to bed. Such a dramatic change seems impossible. And where would you even start? It's a common experience. Many of us have interests and skills that we barely use in our working lives. We tend to get set in our ways and to stick to tried and trusted career paths, without questioning whether they really suit us. However, in her book, "Working...

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Top 5 Tips to Make Negativity Work in Your Favor with “Negativity Wisdom”

[ad_1] I am happy to be called a negative person. It took me years to realize that you don’t need to be made of positivity rainbows in order to be happy and I now proudly own my negativity. We have been conditioned to believe that negativity is the enemy of all that’s good in the world and that we should endeavor to remove all negativity in our lives or replace it with positivity. If you’ve ever tried to do this, you know that it is practically impossible. The reality is that we all possess–and need–a little negativity in our lives. What matters most is how you use it. Effectively utilizing negativity is the essence of what I call negativity wisdom....

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Newsletter 491: Delegation? Don't Despair!

[ad_1] Delegation? Don't Despair! There are many resources devoted to successful delegation, but what can you do to ensure that you do a great job if you are the delegate?Juggling the tasks that managers and co-workers ask you to complete, on top of your own work, can be daunting. You can explore tips and strategies for doing this in our articles, How to Accept Delegation and Prioritization.Sometimes, you might have good reasons to refuse their requests. You can find out how to handle this tricky situation with our article, "Yes" to the Person, "No" to the Task. Enjoy this newsletter! Featured...

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The Only 10 Success Principles You’ll Ever Need

[ad_1] Mаnу bеlіеvе that ѕuссеѕѕ іѕ for a сhоѕеn fеw whо hаvе been mаrkеd fоr greatness by dеѕtіnу. Thаt іѕ not truе. Success саn bе a раrt оf еvеrуоnе’ѕ lіfе, іf thеу understood these 10 рrіnсірlеѕ оf ѕuссеѕѕ. Suссеѕѕ is nоt a mаttеr оf fаtе or destiny аnd nеіthеr does іt соmе tо уоu bу сhаnсе. Yоu need tо work tоwаrdѕ іt аnd drag іt іntо уоur life. It’ѕ vеrу rаrе tо fіnd ѕuссеѕѕ lооkіng fоr уоu. Mоrе оftеn thаn not, уоu need to chase it down and mаkе іt yours. Sо, whаt аrе thе only ten principles оf success you’ll ever need? Tаkе a look. Be Consistent If you notice a lot оf ѕuссеѕѕful реорlе, you аrе bound tо...

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10 Books on Increasing Your Creativity

[ad_1] Increasing your creativity—or developing any sense of creativity in the first place—seems to be hardest when you need it most. Personally, I’d always thought “creativity” was sort of elusive. I thought creative people, like Pablo Picasso, for instance, were blessed with some sort of magical, innate talent that most of us just don’t have. And this is how I’d rationalize why people like Picasso were so much more creative than I was. But, as it turns out, I was dead wrong (kind of.) You see, most people think Picasso just sat down in front of a canvas and effortlessly cranked out masterpiece after masterpiece all day long, but that’s not how things went down at all. The way Picasso actually painted...

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My Battle Against Depression As a Child and What I Wish I Would’ve Known

[ad_1] I was nine years old when my life completely changed. I had always been a happy kid, but anxious. Being an only child with overprotective parents ensured that when I had to face the world on my own I had no idea about what to do. Every social interaction was awkward, every word-exchange a gamble, almost scripted, and not very well. Having to go to school was dreadful; I tried to make myself as invisible as possible, but even then, I got noticed, bullied and harassed. I hated the whole experience, and knowing that I would have to continue going through it for many more years would almost put me in a relentless panic. One Monday morning I woke...

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How To Hack Your Writing Brain

[ad_1] Writing has always been the art that most intimately reaches out to people and asks them to create. Let’s be honest; we are more than aware when we can’t paint or draw or shade. We have relatively good indications of our futility in a great many arts because commonly, we can’t envision ourselves creating that art. If you can’t dance, you don’t think about your ability dance all day. Additionally, many arts matter less in our daily lives due to a defined lack of practical application. Sure, you might need to help a sketch artist draw a bank robber’s headshot, but even then, you aren’t doing the drawing. There are rarely times where painting a picture of the snow...

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When the Doctor is Away, Incident-To Billing is Out of Play

[ad_1] When your physicians are out of the office, it’s easy to forget taking incident-to billing out of the lineup. Failure to do so, however, is a violation that can land your medical practice in hot water. What is Incident-To Billing? Incident-to billing refers to billing services provided by a nonphysician practitioner (NPP), such as a physician assistant, nurse practitioner, midwife, therapist, etc. Qualified NPPs can perform services under the name and National Provider Identifier (NPI) of the supervising physician—providing that the supervising physician is in the office. In this sense, the patient is under the physician’s care, with the NPP serving as a physician extender. With the supervising physician in the office suite—and immediately available if called upon—medical practices...

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How to Accept Delegation – Managing Confidently When You're Assigned an Extra Task

[ad_1] © GettyImagess5iztokTake the ball and run with it when you are delegated a task. Ramón's flattered when his manager delegates an important task to him. It's great to be trusted with such work so early in his career. However, he's not confident that he has the skills or the time to tackle the request. Nonetheless, Ramón feels duty bound to say "Yes," because he doesn't want to let his boss down. It can seem overwhelming when you're delegated an extra task, especially if you're in a junior role. But, with the correct approach, it doesn't have to mean overwork, conflict or failure. In this article we'll look at why performing a delegated task can be a positive, rewarding experience,...

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5 Signs Your Therapy Is Working

[ad_1] Most people take that initial plunge into therapy with the highest of hopes. We want to make real changes in our lives. We want to be more successful. We want to be in control of our emotions. In short, we want to BE better than we are today, right at this very moment. For therapists, it’s a requirement of their own success to ensure that they are providing treatment that will steer their patients toward a positive outcome. When they finally see that something “clicks” during treatment, it’s more than just the stereotypical light bulb coming on. It’s validation that their methods are improving their patient’s lives. But once we start putting in all of that effort as a...

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