Igniting Workplace Enthusiasm
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Marie Claire
Navigating your 20s is no easy feat. Between launching a career, nurturing your personal life, and exploring the places you've always dreamed of, daily life can seem equal parts thrilling and discouraging. Fear not—there are tons of wise words to guide you through. Check out our go-to list below.
 
Entrepreneur
When I got out of college I was obsessed (some would say possessed) with developing a successful business. I had long been infatuated with the idea, having run small door-to-door businesses when I was in middle and high school. After college and a short experience working at a bank, I felt even more strongly that I wanted to run a business of my own. Starting from that point, I made entrepreneurship the dominant theme of my professional career. As a result, I have read between 200 and 300 books ​
 
USA Today
We're often told that if we want to get ahead in our careers, we must learn to promote ourselves. But this is often an uncomfortable thought — partly because we may be shy when it comes to talking about our accomplishments and partly because we've heard others do it and come off as obnoxious blowhards. ​
 
INC.com
Some of the most successful business leaders I know all share a similar trait: a voracious hunger for knowledge. Fortunately, plenty of them have written books to share what they know. I wish that, years ago, someone would have provided me with a list of practical, yet inspiring books to help me kickstart my career.
 
During the Holidays, many job-seekers may be less engaged at work and more focused on their family and friends -- and that means you may end up in a pool of fewer applicants and therefore up against less competition than other times of year, says Piera Palazzolo, Senior Vice President of Marketing at Dale Carnegie Training.
 
Main Street
When the weather gets cold and dreary and it's already dark by the time you leave your office, it can be difficult to stay motivated. Although you may feel like going into hibernation between December and February, there's still work to be done and slacking can cost you. No matter how much you'd rather pull the covers over your head, winter can actually be one of the most productive times of the year — if you follow these three simple rules:
 
The Street
When the weather gets cold and dreary and it's already dark by the time you leave your office, it can be difficult to stay motivated. Although you may feel like going into hibernation between December and February, there's still work to be done and slacking can cost you. No matter how much you'd rather pull the covers over your head, winter can actually be one of the most productive times of the year -- if you follow these three simple rules:
 
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