Category Archives: Articles on campus

8 Things Successful People Do To Look Confident (Even When They Aren’t)

By Forbes Confidence is key to your career success. Research suggests that those who display more confidence than competence are more admired, awarded a higher social status, and have more influence. But there are times when you may not feel confident, such as when speaking on stage to an audience, having a one-on-one conversation with a new […]
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5 Awesome Traits That You’re Confusing With Weaknesses

By Kate Boogard We all have them—those quirks and qualities we simply don’t want to own up to. And, no, I’m not talking about the fact that you know every single word to Rapper’s Delightor that you spend every Saturday evening binge-watching reality television. Instead, these are those more professional traits and behaviors that you don’t tend to […]
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An Easy Trick to Developing a New Habit (and Actually Sticking to It)

By Patrick Edblad Do you know the feeling? You’re super excited about a big change you want to create in your life. But after struggling with it for a few weeks (or even just days), it all becomes a grind. What was supposed to be an exciting opportunity to grow has quickly become a source […]
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The 3 elements of trust

By Jack Zenger and Joseph Folkman As a leader, you want the people in your organization to trust you. And with good reason. In our coaching with leaders, we often see that trust is a leading indicator of whether others evaluate them positively or negatively. But creating that trust or, perhaps more importantly, reestablishing it […]
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Finally! A simple formula for finding your passion

By the Muse contributor I used to sit at your desk, unhappy and tired. You keep thinking to yourself: I need to find something different.But then your brain skitters to a halt because you have no idea where to begin. It feels so overwhelming. So, you stop thinking about it. And you are back to where […]
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15 Bad Work Habits I’m Ditching This Year (and You Should, Too!)

By Jacklyn Wetlake I used to love making big, dramatic new year’s resolutions. I’d promise to work out every day, stop eating junk food, or finally become fluent in Spanish. But eventually, I realized that I wasn’t so great at following through on my epic promises. So these days, I try to keep my goals […]
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5 Crucial Things to Look for in Your First Manager

By Lily Zang Remember if you’re going through your first job search for a full-time position, probably the last thing on your mind is what kind of manager you’re going to have. That’s completely understandable. After all, you’re probably running around with your hair on fire conducting informational interviews, cleaning up your resume, and crafting cover letters. You just need […]
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Do the right thing: 3 ways to nudge people toward better behavior by Kate Baskin

By Kate Baskin Humans behave predictably, research shows. Here’s how to use that to your advantage when motivating your staff toward greater good. Increase observability It’s human nature to want positive recognition. It’s why charities publish donor lists, for instance. With this in mind, Yoeli recently collaborated with a power company to reduce energy demand […]
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How To Be Highly Successful And Unstoppable

by Jack Kelly To get ahead in your career or seek out a new job, you need a high level of self-confidence. You have a couple of options, including dedicating months to absorbing dozens of self-help books, spending a small fortune on a career and life coach, giving up because it’s too hard or simply following […]
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5 Questions to Ask Yourself Before Posting on Social Media

By Alyse Kalysh A Twitter user had posted excitedly (and rather explicitly) that she’d landed an internship at NASA. After another user commented on her foul language, she responded even more explicitly. Turns out, that commenter was on the National Space Council. The woman reportedly lost her internship before it started. The council member said […]
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