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The Danger of Overconfident Leaders in Business

Overconfident leaders hurt company culture and make costly mistakes. True confidence in leadership requires dialogue. What conversations you should have?

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Sleep Deprivation and Work Performance: How Americans Lose Billions Each Year

Research shows sleep deprivation and work performance are correlated, which could hurt your income. Are you losing time and money?

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Tips for Self-Promotion at Work for the Leader Who Wants to be Noticed

Good leaders don’t reward shameless self-promotion—or dutiful silence. Learning how to be a leader is the best route for self-promotion at work.

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Repairing Bad Company Culture from the Top

Bad company culture exists when leaders tolerate unethical behavior and deny problems. Changing workplace culture starts with eliminating arrogance.

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Correcting Bad Leadership: Actions Speak Louder Than Intentions

Leadership action is more important than words or intentions. Avoid bad leadership qualities by demonstrating kindness and keeping promises.

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Improve Your Leadership Communication Skills and Make a Bigger Impact, Sooner

Develop better leadership communication skills by understanding the importance of feedback and showing your team members greater humility.

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Leading with Courage Begins with Following Feedback

Leading with courage means being open to improvement. Learn more about the qualities you can develop for more thoughtful leadership.

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Finances in Divorce: Dealing with Transition

Divorce affects nearly 50% of the population. Learn more about protecting and splitting assets in divorce and in subsequent marriages.

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Frugal Living is in Reach — Avoid These 6 Spending Mistakes to Save Money

These 6 costly mistakes may be keeping you from frugal living. Get budgeting tips from the house to the gas station that will help you save.

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Money Basics Series — Part 5: Is Your Relationship Ready for a Joint Account?

Are you rushing into a joint account with your significant other? These are the questions you should ask your partner before making the commitment.

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