Category: Career

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Four things to do if you want to make money in music

Four things to do if you want to make money in music

Musicians have more ways to self-monetize than ever before, but all too often, it feels like that money is just out of reach. Putting out music yourself is not as hard as it used to be, but making money from that music takes a bit more work and know-how. It’s a minefield most artists still...

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MedSmarter Nominated for Gwinnett Chamber’s IMPACT Regional Business Awards

MedSmarter Nominated for Gwinnett Chamber’s IMPACT Regional Business Awards

Recognized as a leading organization, MedSmarter has been nominated for an IMPACT Regional Business Award. Reflective of Gwinnett and metro Atlanta, the program pays tribute to premier organizations in top industries that are driving economic development and job creation while enhancing our quality of life. “It is truly an honor to be nominated for the IMPACT...

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6 Ways to Revamp Your Weekly Routine

6 Ways to Revamp Your Weekly Routine

The key to being productive throughout your week is the plan you make at the beginning. Here are six ways you can up your planning game. As a leadership coach, one of the main things I work on with leaders is their productivity. This is a common problem in many organizations, especially with high-growth companies. The...

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Why Most People Will Never Be Successful

Why Most People Will Never Be Successful

“Success” isn’t just having lots of money. Many people with lots of money have horribly unhappy and radically imbalanced lives. Success is continuously improving who you are, how you live, how you serve, and how you relate. So why won’t most people be successful? Why don’t most people evolve? The more evolved you become, the...

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When Overconfidence Is an Asset, and When It’s a Liability

When Overconfidence Is an Asset, and When It’s a Liability

What happens to people who are overconfident? Are they generally rewarded, promoted, and respected? Or do we distrust them and avoid collaborating with them? Our research suggests it may depend on how they express confidence. One way people express confidence is verbally. We make specific, numeric expressions of confidence in our judgments, such as when...

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