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"The modern world is fast paced and time often seems to slip by with us barely noticing.
"I wrote this about four years ago, originally as an ebook.
"Unfortunately, candidates aren’t judged on how well they do their jobs; they’re judged on how well they describe how they do their jobs.
"If you’ve ever found yourself writing an email (or contemplating writing an email) to a Very Important Person, you know how intimidating it can be.
"Welcome to 2014, where chronic stress becomes the new normal and our fast-faster society juggles a never-ending to-do list even as we're still frantically catching up from last month's agenda," writes JJ Virgin (photo, left).
Nicholas Carlson (photo, left) writes about meetings.
Randy Krum features an infographic on the topic.
Adele Cehrs covers the topic drawing upon lessons from Delta, Abercombie and Taco Bell.
According to Susan Young (photo, left), "2014 promises to be the year of visuals.
"Just ask the organizers of the Boston Marathon or the mayor of Moore, Okla.
"Before you answer the question the employer asks, you should pause to think, 'What fear about the future caused them to ask this question about my past?
Work4Labs has created an infographic named "Mobile Recruiting by the (Surprising) Numbers.
"While there are numerous studies that relate good posture to health, I know that posture is also crucial to performance and career success.
"Talking about yourself is hard.
According to Chris Ellis (photo, left), "Buttons are those areas that when touched on by someone in the course of communication, make us react.
Denise Scavitto covers her topic at Edudemic.
Jeff Haden writes, "Some people like to learn from mistakes.
"While the nature of success may be relative to each individual, its presence also leaves a series of tell-tale signs and portents.
Gene Marbach (photo, left) has a tip on improving productivity.
"Now let’s have a look at how exactly users are interacting with their phones.
According to Melanie-Grace Obar, "Creating a brilliant business blog need not be a difficult task.
"Life is stressful, and complaining may be considered by many as an extension of being absolutely normal.