Author Archives: Columbia Books, LLC

6 Tips to Overcome Overload

We’re living in a fast-paced, technology-centered world, and that can take a toll on your productivity and performance. Use these tactics to minimize the pain associated with cyber-overload—and prevent total burnout: Limit multitasking and task switching. If you want to … Continue reading

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3 Proven Management Techniques That Work in Any Business: Identify the ‘Influencers’ on Your Front Lines, CEO Advises

In business, the only thing that matters is what works, says Peder Johnsen, a third-generation specialist in senior living communities. Continue reading

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Conquer Fear to Tackle a Big Project

Robert Pozen, author of Extreme Productivity: Boost Your Results, Reduce Your Hours, offers this process for breaking through your anxiety and completing that intimidating task: Continue reading

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5 Essential Building Blocks for a Thriving Work Culture: It’s All Premised on Having the Right Players, Says ‘Coolest Young Entrepreneur’

Adam Witty talks about what it takes to get that hum every CEO wants, both in the office and in one’s respective industry. Continue reading

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Hey, Women! Stop Trying to Be So Perfect at Work!

This is a guest post by Aimee Cohen. So many women are trapped inside the Perfectionism Prison. First of all, there isn’t enough room to house all the women that are perpetually trapped inside the Perfectionism Prison. This prison may … Continue reading

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When Opportunity Knocks, Do This

Take the guesswork out of accepting or declining opportunities. Logically analyze the pains and gains. Continue reading

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8 Habits of Effective Critical Thinkers

10 ways to become a better critical thinker at work and in life. Continue reading

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