Tips + Thoughts

Two quick ways to better organize your Gmail inbox

While at work some time ago, I fooled around with Gmail after sending out some emails and discovered some cool things. If you like to keep your emails sorted and organized like me, you'll probably enjoy these two simple ways to keep your emails a bit more manageable. Stars I despise reading emails, finding out that I do not have enough information to answer the email just yet, but have it "read" in my inbox. For the longest time, I would either mark the email as "unread" to let myself know I have to tend to it soon or click
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What Are You Doing To Become A Great Leader?

Happy November! Two weeks ago, I finished my Organizational Behavior course and realized that my forum post to be shared with my class was never posted. We were to watch a TED Talk video "What it takes to be a great leader" and respond to the three points/questions the speaker, Roselinde Torres, mentions in her speech. I enjoy the three questions and want to share them with you because they drive you to reflect and make changes to thrive as a leader in the 21st century. Leaders are the competitive advantage in any given organization. Great leaders reflect and improve,
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2017

I spend a lot of time silently contemplating and reflecting on things, but during holidays, it's taken to a whole other level. I go deep in thought about anything and everything in life--what could I have done better? What can I do going forward to get there? 2017 is already upon us. I remember last year around, waiting eagerly for the 2016 countdown to begin, feeling overly exhilarated and energized. 2016 was personally the toughest year to date. I said that in 2015 when I was waiting anxiously for 2016 to arrive, but 2015 was nothing like 2016. 2016 was rough. I
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Six Tips For Better Handling Problems

Problems. We all have them. Sometimes it gets so difficult that I can't stop crying, but I also find myself unable to stop trying. I tell myself that things will work out when they work out, and if they don't work out the way I intend, to not fret. It is probably a reminder that something needs attention or change. It's another experience under my belt and experiences foster confidence. Even the best fall down sometimes and it doesn't make us any less great. I'm pushing myself to be better and learn how to tackle problems better, instead of attacking
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Autumn: where change is the only constant

*I ventured outside on Wednesday, October 19th upon returning home from work early and captured the above photos. Aren't they lovely? I also wrote a little something--enjoy and let me know what you think! Autumn. It's spilled ink, it's anticipation, it's cool breezes and pressing leaves, it's crispness, it's hope, it's lingering aromas. It's trying a pumpkin spice latte for the first time because you had called it basic before you even tried it (and then ended up liking it), it's reunions, it's swaying trees, branches, and twigs, it's vibrant, it's a reminder that things can fall and change, but they
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