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Author:Sara Howland

Bad Habits

Habits Shmabits

How do you unlearn the “lessons” your career taught you? Our team recently had the opportunity to participate in a fabulous training exercise created by our resident genius, Jackie. Through our half-day session, Jackie shared tips and tricks to reframe our thinking and provide inspiration for 2017. On top of her brilliant agenda, I found myself trying to justify habits I’ve latched...

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Ode to Strengths

An Ode to Strengths

An Ode to Strengths   Recently the Brilliant Ink team began a new journey – one that is very true to who we are as a company. We decided to focus on our strengths.   In a world that’s often fascinated with inadequacies, it’s refreshing to step back, look at our unique abilities, and figure out how to use them to make our team...

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Working 9 – 5, What a Way to Make a Living

The pay gap, gender inequality and female empowerment are hot topics lately. While it’s well overdue, it also happened to coincide with the arrival of my first baby, a sweet little girl.   Before I went out on my company-sponsored maternity leave, I was thrilled, cocky even, to know I’d be returning to a job I love and a team I respect...

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Ready, set, goal!

“If I set a New Year’s resolution, I always achieve it.” - said no one ever. There are a million reasons why New Year’s resolutions fail, but change is at the heart of them all: changing priorities, changing circumstances, changing commitment levels and changing accountability. We all know it’s the right thing to do – to give yourself lofty goals and work...

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Debunking the Myths of Bad Data

How do you know how your employees really feel? Many managers look to turnover trends, productivity and anecdotal feedback to determine how happy their workers are. Unfortunately, there are some flaws in relying solely on those sources of information: Turnover trends: Sadly, people have an extremely high tolerance for misery. I see it all the time professionally and in friends and family...

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