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Homies, it’s no secret that one of the best ways to stand out on the job is being an employee known for getting things done – and doing them well. But unless you’re a born taskmaster, staying on task throughout the work day can be a challenge. Over-socializing with co-workers, ...

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Any venture away from home can be exciting, even when it’s travel for work. And while leisure travel and business travel share similarities, it’s important to remember that the latter is a means to an end that could result in advancements for your company. How you prese...

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You’ve been looking forward to this since your first day on the job and now it’s here: your first business trip.

Business travel can be exciting, especially when the destination is city that you’ve wanted to visit. And who doesn’t like the idea of someone paying yo...

Hey Homies, this is Demetra! I got a lot of inquiries about my travel itinerary booklet that I discussed on Sunday’s Corporate Homie Chat, so I thought I would share it with you for this week’s Corporate Quickie.

This booklet is a MUST whenever I travel for work because it contains everything I’ll need for my trip: flight info, hotel booking, passwords, and the agenda for the conference and/or business meeting I’m attending. It ev...

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It’s that time of year again, Homies – and no, we’re not talking about pumpkin spice season (although we do know that many of our Homies are serious about their PSLs!). Rather, fall business travel season is in full swing, which means it’s likely you’ll be taking to the friendl...

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It’s 6 a.m., and your alarm goes off. As you hit the snooze button, a laundry list of to-dos floods your mind: the big presentation today before the board; a major report due by tomorrow; a meeting with your project team after lunch.

Instead of leaping out of bed ready to conqu...