Work-Life Balance

In this video, you'll learn how to tell if your career is plateauing due to the Executive Blues. You'll also learn what you can do to fix the problem and get your "executive energy" back so you can keep your career on track and set goals to reach new heights of success!

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Although regular exercise routines improve physical strength and endurance, exercise is also critical to boosting inner strength and confidence. By committing oneself to exercising regularly, and prioritizing fitness, a person can become more confident. This increased level of confidence can then lead to better performance in all aspects of life, whether it be excelling at school or attaining career goals. (Psst! Can’t get hired? Watch this free tutorial.)

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Sometimes there just isn't enough coffee in the world to wake us up in the morning - But how do you make sure you're getting good, quality Z's at night? Here are five healthy habits to help you sleep: Related: 3 Healthy Eating Habits That Will Help Boost Your Productivity

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There you are: sitting on the beach, covered in sunscreen, reading your favorite book, drinking your favorite drink under the cool shade of an umbrella. Life doesn’t get any better than this… Suddenly, a door slams, a phone rings, a printer turns on. You jolt back into consciousness. You’re at work, sitting in your cubicle, without even a hint of sunshine streaming in from outside. The days of sleeping in until 12 then spending the day at the beach on a random Tuesday are gone. Related: 6 Tips For Kick-Starting Your Career This Summer When you’re working a full-time job, finding time to enjoy the warm, bright summer weather can be a challenge. This is especially true for young professionals, as many of them are used to having summers off (or, at the very least, having a flexible summer schedule). But there’s no need to feel trapped behind your cubicle walls. Go out and enjoy summer. As an insightful hip-hopper once said, YOLO! Here are a few tips for making the most out of your summer while working full-time:

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The benefits of taking a gap year are pretty obvious – the chance to meet lots of new friends, get an incredible suntan, and see some wild, wonderful and exotic locations. However, these aren’t the only advantages to taking that year out before you start work. And, with the job market for graduates still a fairly tough place to be, a well-planned gap year can help give you an advantage over others when it comes to looking for your dream job. Related: How To Handle Career Gaps On Your Resume You may not be able to transfer your ability to ride an elephant or dance all night into a job when you return (or maybe you will…), but there are other aspects to taking a gap year that provide definite benefits for your CV. Here are a few:

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