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The Perfect Perfectionist

October 01, 2015   Leah McGuire
Perfectionism has largely been deemed a negative personality disorder that can lead to anxiety and depression. There are countless articles and books written about how to overcome the traits associated with being a perfectionist. But what if there was a way to harness all of the good qualities that lead perfectionists to set incredibly high goals and achieve greatness, without all of the self-defeating qualities that can sabotage productivity?

In this issue of The Pulse, we discuss the traits of positive and negative perfectionists in a quest to understand how perfectionists tick.
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Multipotentiality

October 16, 2015   Emilie Wapnick
In today's society, we're accustomed to juggling more than one task. Multi-tasking has become the norm. But is it possible to do the same with major interests and skill sets? Emilie Wapnick thinks so.

In this issue of The Pulse, we share Wapnick's illuminating TED Talk on multipotentiality and its impact on rapid learning, idea synthesis and adaptability.
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Speak Up and Stand Out

October 29, 2015   Todd Henry
We live in the attention age where people are overwhelmed with information every day. This can make it hard for businesses to connect with their target audience. According to author Todd Henry, using your authentic voice can help.

So what is this voice and how do you find it? In this week's issue of The Pulse, we take a look at Henry's newest book Louder Than Words and share tips on how you can utilize this tool to bring your vision to the world.
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