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Tips For Transitioning To Remote Work After A Lay Off

Transitioning to remote work isn't always the travel-filled, palm tree-lined path to freedom that many people envision. For some, the transition to remote work comes at a difficult chapter in life: after being laid off from their job. Today, we have the privilege of hearing about one woman's journey to remote work after being laid off as a flight attendant during the pandemic. This is[...]

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Escape The Rat Race – Where Do You Even Begin?

Look to your right: what's riding shotgun, telling you where to turn in life? Is it the pursuit of fulfillment, exploring passions, faith, relationships, what brings you joy? Or, is it a job that you'd happily leave tomorrow? If you're nodding along to the latter, then it may be time to start plotting your course to escape the rat race. The rat race isn't any particular type of job:[...]

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How To Live Your Ideal Life In 6 Months With Lifestyle Design

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Do you feel at odds with life's conveyer belt? You have the job and salary, but it doesn't feel like a victory? Or maybe you're still working towards those pillars of modern life and are realizing that you don't even want them. Well, your ideal life is out there, and you can achieve it with lifestyle design. Society's standard package is something we're all familiar with: a house ful[...]

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Escape 9 To 5 Life: 4 Steps To Establishing The Correct Mindset

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Some remote workers vision, plan and articulate their dream to escape 9 to 5 life. Other people are simply going about their normal work routine when an unexpected work meeting delivers a surprise. That's what happened to me: I didn't plot to "escape" 9 to 5 life - it just happened. Like so many others during the pandemic, I suffered a layoff due to COVID budget constraints. [...]

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Career Fulfillment: How To Know If Your Career Isn’t A Good Match

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You've worked hard to get where you're at in your career. You studied, hustled and sweat to advance in your profession. Yet, you may have a nagging or even shameful feeling of unhappiness. The likely source? Lack of career fulfillment. The feeling you're experiencing may be dull and obscure, but lack of career fulfillment could be the exact pinpoint of your emotions. The definitio[...]

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