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  • 10 Reasons Why You Can’t Miss the NextGen 2015 Conference

    By:
    Jason Wong
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    Jul 30, 2015

    You've got your eye on a managerial role and big plans to take over the C-suite. Or maybe you’re an entrepreneur at heart with dreams of starting your own firm. Whatever the goal, you’ll need resources and a real, workable plan for getting there—and that’s where NextGen 2015 comes in.

  • How to Get Everything You Can From a Conference

    By:
    Jason Wong
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    Jul 29, 2015
    Got your calendar open? We’re shifting into high conference season at the NYSSCPA—from now through the end of the year, there are about 20 events you can sign up for, including next week’s #NextGen Conference.  In networking terms, that translates into about 20 opportunities to make contacts that could help you down the line. We drilled experts for advice on how to really work the room during a conference, or any other professional event, in this issue of NextGen magazine, and the good folks at Harvard Business Review also shared a few dos and don’ts in a recent post online. 
  • The One Word That Could Change Your Professional—and Personal—Life For the Better

    By:
    Somya R. Munjal, CPA, MBA, MAS
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    Jul 27, 2015
    According to Dictionary.com, sincerity is defined as freedom from deceit, hypocrisy or duplicity, as well as integrity in intention or in communicating. When you think about it, that’s both a powerful way of doing business and the key to living a purposeful life. Imagine a world where everything you heard was actually true, and every time you communicated, someone listened to you with an open heart. Unfortunately, in business and elsewhere, we often don’t see that kind of sincerity. For many of us, it’s all too easy to become jaded or cynical about what we can expect from others or what we should give of ourselves.
  • Study: Just Because You're Not Looking at Your Phone Doesn't Mean It's Not a Big Ol' Distraction

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    Chris Gaetano
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    Jul 23, 2015
    Instead of just putting your phone on vibrate, maybe it would be best to just put it in a drawer and forget about it: according to a recent study, just knowing you have a notification on your phone, even if you don't check to see what it is, can still be a productivity-disrupting distraction. 

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