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How Project Managers Maintain Their Mental Health

It’s no secret that project management comes with its challenging and stressful days. From putting out fires to problem-solving to a phone that never seems to stop ringing, it’s a wonder some project managers keep from tearing through the hallways screaming. The truth is, project management isn’t always as easy as it looks. And for those project managers who are ... Read More »

5 Project Management Terms You Should Know

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Running a business or any project—in any industry, for that matter—involves specific vocabulary and lingo. Over time, as teams grow, they adapt to that “culture” or language until a normal work conversation might sound like a foreign language to outside members. However, in the world of project and business management, while there are those terms that might seem foreign to ... Read More »

4 Insanely Easy Ways to Run an Effective Meeting

What do you do when you receive a meeting invite? You might groan, feel annoyed, or think, “Why do I need to go to this?” This is often how others react as well. Why does it have to be this way? How do entrepreneurs and project managers get team embers not only excited to attend meetings, but ensure they are ... Read More »

How Donating to Charity Can Make You a Better Leader

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It is said that charity starts at home, although it could make a triumphant entrance in the work place too. Being a charitable and conscientious leader will help you gain respect from your colleagues, your professional peers and beyond. By setting a good example and leading your business down the right path in terms of your business’ social, political and ... Read More »