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7 Things You Should Do Every Morning

Mornings are the most important part of the day, and the way you use them will set the tone for the rest of your waking hours. Mornings are a fresh start; They give you a chance to get on with your goals and get some work done.  Mornings hold lots of promises, but for many,… Read More

Tips for Staying Hydrated and Rested in the Summer Heat

For most people, summertime is the avenue for them to throw off their clothes, throw on some sunscreen, and lounge by a pool or the beach. Yes, this seems like an interesting thing to do; however, you will probably be stuck on a construction site all summer if you are reading this.  The reason why… Read More

Electric car manufacturer announces a mega-factory with 2,000 jobs in OK

Electric car manufacturing company, Canoo, has announced that it plans to build a mega-microfactory in Pryor, Oklahoma. The factory will cost the company about $400 million and plans to create 2,000 jobs for Americans. The plant is being built in MidAmerica Industrial Park (MAIP). Canoo is a Los Angeles-based manufacturer. The expected opening date of… Read More

Oklahoma Governor Launches Back to Work Incentive

The COVID-19 pandemic decimated the country’s economy. But with more states reopening and federal assistance running out, Oklahoma is looking ahead to a brighter season of welcoming residents back to work.  To incentivize residents to return to work, Oklahoma Gov. Kevin Stitt and Employment Security Commission Executive Director Shelley Zumwalt announced the state’s Back to… Read More

Contemplating Rage Quitting? Here’s What to do Instead

If you have ever worked under a condescending boss, struggled with difficult co-workers, or been swamped with mind-numbing work, you have probably daydreamed about rage quitting your job. You may have even taken the time to plan out the scenario in your head: letting your manager have it, cursing out that co-worker, throwing your work… Read More

Tips to Conquer Your Next Zoom Interview

You are on the job hunt, and your resume caught the eye of an employer. You are so excited when they call you to set up an interview. Here’s the catch rather than an invitation to the office or workplace, you are being asked to interview virtually over zoom.  Although this is very different from… Read More

Getting a Job in a New City or State

Relocating can be a scary and stressful time in itself, without the added stress of a job hunt. You’re uprooting from the place that you’ve come to know (and hopefully love) and trying to settle down somewhere entirely different. You need to find a place to live, organize your belongings, ensure you’re financially stable enough… Read More

How to Make Small Talk Less Awkward

No one likes small talk, it’s the epitome of awkwardness. Whether you’re at an event or occasion with lots of people you don’t know or maybe a work conference, we’ve all been in situations where small talk is inevitable. That’s right, countless times it seems we’re forced to feign interest and try to discuss something… Read More

5 Mistakes To Avoid In Your Morning Routine

Establishing a solid morning routine is a critical part of good self-care and maintaining high levels of productivity throughout the day. If you do not start your day with a positive morning routine, it can be all too easy to develop bad habits. There are a few small changes you can make to your morning… Read More

7 Types of Conflicts in The Workplace

It’s a fairly normal expectation when working any job that, at some point, you will have a conflict or a disagreement with a coworker. Even though conflicts are a common problem, not everyone has the tools necessary to deal with such issues mindfully. Unfortunately, it’s common to deal with disagreement by becoming somewhat manipulative or… Read More