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Micromanagement Is a Morale Killer

As Monty Python would say, “And now for something completely different!” This week Cesar will be talking about micromanagement and its consequences for morale and productivity. The Micromanaging Supervisor In a previous life I had a supervisor, “Donna”, who needed

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Build and Improve Your Credit Score

A good credit rating can play a huge role in your financial success. Not only does a good credit score allow you to get approved for loans and credit cards, but it also allows you to get things like cell

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New Year’s Goals: A Journey of Accountability pt. 1

Do you set New Year’s Resolutions? I have done away with the practice myself. Instead I set New Year’s Goals. Semantics, you say? Perhaps, but I believe the distinction goes beyond semantics. Resolutions VS Goals A resolution is a strong

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What to Consider Before Buying Your First Home

Rents are crazy high. I regularly meet with people who tell me they want to buy a house because that rent money is just going into someone else’s pocket. On the surface this seems like sound reasoning, but there are

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2017 Top Blog Posts on Sense and Centsibility

Well it was a crazy year, but we made it through 2017. Now it’s that time once again to see what our top blog posts were last year. Let’s see what our followers were reading: 10. 5 Ways to Avoid

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