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  • Communication Habits to Develop for a Successful Career

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    Jason Wong
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    Feb 17, 2016

    How you communicate matters – and while conflict that arises from a simple misunderstanding may be trite in the world of TV sitcoms, the negative effects of it are not something you want to deal with in the workplace. The benefits of good communication skills are well-known; here are three tips from Inc on how to develop good communication habits in your career:

  • If you want to be a Great Leader, You Need to Sleep

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    Jason Wong
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    Feb 16, 2016

    In today’s fast moving world, it can be difficult to make time for sleep (especially during busy season). After all, aren’t you more productive when you’re awake than when you’re asleep? Unfortunately, not getting enough sleep can adversely affect your leadership skills, according to the Harvard Business Review. Here’s how:

  • The Benefits of Talking About Fees with your Clients

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    Jason Wong
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    Feb 12, 2016

    Even among older, more experienced CPAs, it can be difficult to discuss fees with clients. But it’s an important skill to learn, and while there will likely always be a couple of difficult clients (at least, unless you’re comfortable with parting ways with them as a rule), doing so can have a surprising number of benefits, according to Accounting Today.

  • How to Build Your Confidence before an Interview

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    Jason Wong
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    Feb 10, 2016

    Heading into an interview can be extremely stressful, and unfortunately, stress can often prove detrimental to your interviewee skills. Unless you happen to know that the interview is just a formality (lucky you!), it’s likely to be more than a small source of anxiety. So how to you boost your confidence before entering the lion’s den? Forbes has a few suggestions to follow:

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