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Arianna Huffington Busts ‘Always-on’ Founder Myth, Tells Leaders Self-Care Not Indulgence

by Thrive Global India
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5 Lockdown Habits We Should Be Taking to Our New Normal

by Tanvi Bosmia
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How to Remain Relevant and Get Access to Opportunities in the Gig Economy

by Vanshika Goenka
Ditch the coffee or tea and opt for plain water. Keep a bowl of healthy snacks such as nuts or fruits handy to keep hunger at bay and rediscover productivity. Photo by Chris Spiegl/ Unsplash
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Power up with These Refuelling Tricks

by Thrive Global India
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How Coronavirus Brought What is Important in Focus

by Thrive Global India
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From the Same Boat to the Same Storm

by Shubika Bilkha
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Looking Beyond Corona

by Minal Jagtiani
While the aggressive and abusive leadership style may work at first, it does not stand the leader or the company in good stead in the long run. The demotivating factor for the team in contact with such a leader is another fallout. Photo by Yanalya/ Freepik
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From EQ to Empathy Quotient: Practising the Pause in Life and Leadership

by Tapan Singhel
Learning to make the New Normal work will be a covetted skill post Covid-19. Photo by Cottonbro/ Pexels
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Post Covid-19: A New World Order

by Minal Jagtiani
Finding reason to connect and celebrate our journeys together can keep team spirits high and enhance productivity. Photo by Cottonbro/ Pexels
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Getting over Lockdown Blues to Thrive Keeps This Team Motivated

by Thrive Global India
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Keeping the Personal Brand First, Not Only in Times of Pandemic

by Minal Jagtiani
Photo by Mohamed Hassan/ Pixabay
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Why Empathy is the Most Important Leadership Skill Right Now

by Rajni Daswani
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People look for retreats for themselves, in the country, by the coast, or in the hills . . . There is nowhere that a person can find a more peaceful and trouble-free retreat than in his own mind. . . . So constantly give yourself this retreat, and renew yourself.

- Marcus Aurelius

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