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Why You Should Work Less and Spend More Time on Hobbies

In this article from Harvard Business Review, writer Gaetano DiNardi argues that hobbies can actually make employees even better at their jobs. Extracurricular activities outside of the workplace ...

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Define Your Balance: Own Your Life in an "Always On" World

What does it really mean to define your own work-life balance? In this article on Psychology Today, Wake Forest University Assistant Vice President for Mentoring and Alumni Personal & Career ...

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How to Start an Affinity Group at Work

An affinity group, sometimes referred to as an “employee resource group,” can be very beneficial in the workplace to bring people together around common interests or goals. Whether you are ...

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TEDx: Unleash Your Feminine Superpowers to Build Creative Work

Wake Forest alumna Jessica Williams (’03) is the Founder and CEO of On the Rise Solutions, an organization dedicated to empowering professional women, allies and organizations for greater ...

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Finding Your Passions Outside of Work

In this video, alumna Clare Rizer (’13) shares 3 tips for finding your passions outside of a regular 9 to 5 job. While working full-time in public relations, she also parlayed her interests in ...

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