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  • Thriving Under Pressure: How to Think Fast

    By:
    Jason Wong
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    May 19, 2015

    If you find it difficult to think quickly under pressure or when hit with a barrage of questions, don’t sweat it. According to Inc, there are ways to cultivate that skill, even if your M.O. is to slowly work your way through a problem. Here are some of the website’s suggestions:

  • Guest Blog: How Being a CPA Brings Me Freedom

    By:
    Somya R. Munjal, CPA, MBA, MAS
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    May 13, 2015

    I no longer work in a cube and did tax season this year at a sweet resort in Istanbul, Turkey! My CPA designation has allowed me the freedom to work on the things that make me happy in places that inspire me.

  • Best Practices for Managing Your Manager

    By:
    N. Sheree Saunders
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    May 12, 2015

    Fed up with a supervisor? You’re not the only one. Here are some practical ways to improve your relationship with your boss.

  • How to Avoid Email Misunderstandings

    By:
    Jason Wong
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    May 1, 2015

    It’s easy to see how emotion or intent can be misconstrued in an email—after all, email lacks the nuance of, say, tone of voice or body language. So how do you make sure a message is interpreted correctly? The Harvard Business Review offers these tips for preventing disastrous miscommunication:

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