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Researchers believe one out of every five people in the U.S. is a chronic procrastinator. Chronic procrastination is so common that if you’re not afflicted yourself, chances are good that you work with at least one or more procrastinators. But while virtually everyone puts off tasks now and then that have little to no impact, the person who constantly is running into deadlines can cause…


Traditionally, conflict within work teams elicits images of co-workers throwing down verbally in the hallway. Or, some passive-aggressive behavior during meetings that is designed to make a peer flip his lid. Eventually, management puts a stop to the behavior and the dysfunction, putting the workers back on track. With the rise of virtual teams in the workplace, face-to-face conflict has gone digital and makes a…


You may consider yourself a patient and tolerant person. But, when you encounter difficult office personalities who annoy or frustrate you, it can be challenging and stressful. The key to communicating and working with difficult people is to focus on the thing you have 100 percent control over … your reaction to them. You have to change how you react to people before you can…


  Everyone has heard about the fear of failure but don’t think too much about the opposite side of the same coin: the fear of success. This fear, much like any other, sits in the back of people’s minds that they don’t deserve their success. Nor do they deserve any recognition they have achieved. They carry an overwhelming feeling of guilt or phoniness that is…