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10 Tips to Make 2015 Your Most Powerful Year Yet

Yes, it’s that time of year again when some of us will feel compelled to create a long list of New Year’s Resolutions. Regardless of where you fall on the goal-setting spectrum, whether you’re enthusiastic, bypass it entirely or fall somewhere in the middle, choosing how you wish to begin 2015 is a very personal and powerful decision that can set the tone for the rest of the coming year.

 

Will you start 2015 with a bang and then fizzle out or will you build consistently and surpass even your most challenging objectives mid-year? Assuming you’d prefer the latter, below is a list of 10 helpful tips as you begin to think about your needs, wants, and desires for the coming year. Ready to move the needle? These steps will help

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Make Online Education Work For You: Keeping your business safe means more than just backing up your data.

Enrollments in online education have grown exponentially over the past decade. In fact, during the fall 2009 semester, approximately 5.6 million students in the U.S. were enrolled in at least one online course, an increase of nearly 1 million students over the previous ycar, according to the 2010 Sloan Survey of online Learning. The survey also finds that almost 30 percent of students take at least one college or university course online.

“Most of today’s online students are mid-level

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Success Planning 101

Breaking down barriers to help you find your own process for success.

More than 20 years ago, as a student in the architecture department of the college of Environmental Design at Cal Poly Pomona, I recall my professor, Richard Chylinski, wrapping an important question into a brief little story. He tells of an architect who decided to introduce himself to Frank Lloyd Wright. This young architect said, “Hello Mr. Wright, I’m an architect....” and before he could say anything more the

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Professional Growth: It might mean looking outside of your current location

In recent years, many people have focused on simply getting or keeping a job — and given the persistently high unemployment figures, that has been a reasonable reaction. But focusing on simply maintaining can cause problems in the long run of your career. Those who are focused on the future, whatever their line of work, know that to really be secure, the key is to develop and expand your career.

If you’re facing a tough job market in your chosen field, it might be time to consider

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