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How "time-batching" can make you more efficient

SmartBrief on Your Career | Jul 28, 2015

Bundling similar activities together by "time-batching" can make you more productive and improve your focus, writes Sara Davidson. By compressing your personal development reading to a couple of time slots each week, preparing quick meals for the week on Sunday night and handling your e-mail inbox in one fell swoop, you can maximize your time savings. Brazen Careerist (07/27)


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SmartBrief on Your Career | Jul 24, 2015

Benefits are a key part of your salary negotiation

SmartBrief on Your Career | Jul 30, 2015

How millennials can combat office misperceptions

SmartBrief on Your Career | Jul 24, 2015

Use LinkedIn to find hiring managers

SmartBrief on Your Career | Jul 27, 2015

Search for the right company, not the right job

SmartBrief on Your Career | Jul 29, 2015

Use these openers to break the ice at networking events

SmartBrief on Your Career | Jul 28, 2015

5 key philosophies can pave a path to success

SmartBrief on Your Career | Jul 29, 2015

Forget love -- in the workplace, trust is all you need

SmartBrief on Your Career | Jul 27, 2015

How to combat these 8 demotivators

SmartBrief on Your Career | Jul 27, 2015


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