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Want to Reduce Digital Distractions? Brain Coach Jim Kwik Shares Strategies for Better Focus

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For most, living in this day and age requires a level of digital immersion, inundating us with notifications and constant connectivity. While most people understand that constant digital distractions may not be great for us, the damage is hard to measure. Jim Kwik, brain coach and New York Times bestselling author of Limitless , says these digital distractions can also be a massive hindrance to our productivity and success.

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When Hybrid Work Just Becomes Work

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The percentage of people working from home has stabilized at around 28% after the pandemic, a significant increase from the pre-pandemic level of 5%. By 2026, the trend of working from home will once again rise, potentially becoming the dominant work model, challenging the existing workplace industrial complex (WIC) that thrives on traditional office-centric infrastructure.

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Inmates to Entrepreneurs Offers Resources to Help Returned Citizens Start Businesses

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Lawrence Carpenter says he grew up poor and dreaming of a better life. By age 12, he was following the only example he saw in his North Carolina neighborhood of how to achieve this dream: selling drugs. By age 17, he was incarcerated. After serving six years in prison, he was back on the streets inspired to be an even better dealer. He eventually attained the life he had hoped for, complete with a house and a car—albeit through illegal means.

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Successfully Revitalizing Cities Requires These Two Things

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In a dynamic conversation on the Allwork.Space Future of Work podcast , Tim Rowe laid out a blueprint for transforming cities into thriving hubs of industry specialization. Beyond providing a platform for startups, Rowe has been instrumental in advocating for the role of coworking spaces in urban revitalization. Drawing on historical examples and his own experiences, he believes that every city can become globally competitive by specializing in a particular industry.

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SME Relationships: Proven Solutions for Seamless Collaboration and Success

Speaker: Tim Buteyn, President of ThinkingKap Learning Solutions

💢 Do you find yourself stuck in never-ending review cycles? Are you wondering if your Subject Matter Expert actually got that last review request? Are you having trouble trying to decipher impractical or conflicting feedback? 💢 If any of these scenarios sounds familiar, you may benefit from a crash course on managing SME relationships!

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What It Means to Be Busy vs. Productive

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In your continued journey toward your own self-growth, your willingness to grow and learn in new ways never fails to inspire me. Which is why, today, I want to discuss a common misconception that so many of us grapple with regularly: the idea of being busy vs. being productive. In our fast-paced society, with practically instantaneous communication, the expectation is that we’re always available, and in the general rush of our daily lives, being busy is seen as some sort of badge of honor.

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Inmates to Entrepreneurs Offers Resources to Help Returned Citizens Start Businesses

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Lawrence Carpenter says he grew up poor and dreaming of a better life. By age 12, he was following the only example he saw in his North Carolina neighborhood of how to achieve this dream: selling drugs. By age 17, he was incarcerated. After serving six years in prison, he was back on the streets inspired to be an even better dealer. He eventually attained the life he had hoped for, complete with a house and a car—albeit through illegal means.

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Gen Z Labeled “Toxic” And “Unreliable” By Small Businesses, But Is It True?

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A recent Freedom Economy Index report conducted by PublicSquare and RedBalloon is adding fuel to fires over generational divides in the workplace. According to the report, most small-business owners label Gen Z employees as toxic and unreliable — with 62% saying that Gen Z is the most likely group to cause division and toxicity in the workplace. Moreover, 68% of employers said they find Gen Zers the “least reliable,” while 71% associate them with heightened workplace mental health concerns.

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What It Means to Be Busy vs. Productive

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In your continued journey toward your own self-growth, your willingness to grow and learn in new ways never fails to inspire me. Which is why, today, I want to discuss a common misconception that so many of us grapple with regularly: the idea of being busy vs. being productive. In our fast-paced society, with practically instantaneous communication, the expectation is that we’re always available, and in the general rush of our daily lives, being busy is seen as some sort of badge of honor.

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andcards Announces Rebranding: Spacebring Is to Reshape the Shared and Coworking Spaces Community With Innovative Technology

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In recent years, the world’s workforce has evolved rapidly. With the increasing trend of remote work and freelance opportunities, professionals seek flexible environments to enhance their productivity. Accompanying this workforce revolution is the rise in popularity of coworking spaces, which offer individuals from various backgrounds the chance to come together while working independently on their projects.

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Elevating the Virtual Interviewing Experience

Sharing your authentic self in a virtual interview can be an unwanted challenge. How do you break through the digital barrier when conducting a virtual interview and share your exceptional self? Think in unconventional ways to elevate the virtual interviewing experience.

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Episode 520: Ian Morgan Cron Talks About Enneagram Self-Discovery

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In this episode of our podcast, we delve deep into the realms of self-discovery and personal growth with the insightful Ian Morgan Cron , a renowned author and Enneagram expert. Our conversation, originally released in March 2022, revolves around Ian’s book, “The Story of You,” which introduces a fresh perspective on understanding our personalities through the Enneagram.

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Coworking Spaces Are Reshaping America’s Central Business Districts, Research Shows

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As flexible work opportunities become engrained into the modern workforce, coworking spaces are emerging as a powerful influence reshaping America’s central business districts (CBDs) in 2024. According to findings published by Coworking Cafe called “The Evolving Landscape of Coworking Spaces in America’s CBDs: 2024 Insights,” shared workspaces are redefining the traditional office landscape by offering a broad range of amenities and services to cater to diverse professional demographics

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ULI Europe launches PropTech Innovation Challenge 2024

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Following last year’s pilot, Urban Land Institute (ULI) Europe has launched a second edition of the PropTech Innovation Challenge (PIC) , the Young Leaders-led initiative to foster innovation in the built environment and is calling for game changing solutions that meet the challenge of how to substantially reduce carbon emissions. The challenge, which reflects ULI’s mission priorities, and the urgent decarbonisation focus of ULI C Change, is focused specifically on the reduction of Scope 3 emis

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High Salary Hopes, Low Study Time: Are Students Ready to Work?

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As the 2023-24 academic school year nears a close, a revealing survey published by Intelligent.com has shed light on how prepared college students are for the workforce—and how their expectations regarding salary and perceptions on how much effort it takes to succeed may be out of touch. The survey, which polled 576 college students aged 18-25, unveils perceived academic challenges and apprehensions shared by many students about transitioning into the professional workforce.

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Is Training the Right Solution?

Speaker: Tim Buteyn

Let's set the scene: you’ve identified a critical performance gap in your organization and need to close that gap. A colleague suggests training, but you suspect there’s something going on that training can’t address. How can you determine if training is the right solution before you commit your budget and resources to a new training program? In this webinar, you will learn how to determine if training is the right solution using the Behavior Engineering Model.

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Up to 8 million UK jobs already at risk from AI without intervention

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An analysis of the impact of generative artificial intelligence (AI) on the UK labour market uncovers a ‘distinct sliding doors moment’, with possibilities for huge job disruption in future or significant GDP gains, depending on government policy. The report from think tank the IPPR claims to identify two key stages of generative AI adoption: the first wave, which is here and now, and a second wave in which companies will integrate existing AI technologies further and more deeply in

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