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At one point in time or another, we have all been in a position where we are sitting at work and moving at the speed of a turtle. It seems as if nothing is getting done and the projects keep falling farther and farther behind.

If you don't do something quick, you are never going to be able to catch up with all of the work you need to do.

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Social media, artificial intelligence, virtual reality, and many more technological advancements are rapidly changing the world as we know it, and how we interact with it.

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Do you constantly worry about failure? If so, part of your brain function could actually be hurting your career growth. A recent NY Times article explains why painful professional failure can (surprisingly) help a person achieve greater career success. How? It liberates them from the powerful control a part of their brain has which is obsessed with avoiding failure.

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