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There's a new crisis in our workplaces -- loneliness. And it has nothing to do with the shift to working from home.

In this issue of the Pulse, we share a Harvard Business Review podcast interview with former U.S. Surgeon General Dr. Vivek Murthy, discussing professional loneliness, why it's happening and how to combat it.

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What do the majority of successful people have in common? The ability to build and maintain strong relationships with the right people.

We know relationships are crucial in both our personal and professional lives. So why are they so frequently neglected? In this issue of The Pulse, we share a video featuring Daymond John discussing the importance of relationship capital.

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As we move further into the digital sphere, we need to rethink our interactions to ensure efficiency and effectiveness. Online collaboration requires a different approach than in-person engagements.

In this issue of The Pulse, we share a video from the Harvard Business Review sharing tips to improve your remote teamwork.

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As Paul J. Meyer, who many consider the pioneer of the self-improvement industry, said "productivity is never an accident. It is always the result of a commitment to excellence, intelligent planning and focused effort."

In this issue of the Pulse, we discuss working from home and how to be as productive as possible despite the change of scenery and distractions you may face.

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In 2010, Hollywood's sci-fi-action thriller Inception won an Academy Award built around the far-out plot that a spy could implant an idea into someone else's head and make them believe it was their own.

The reality is, salespeople do this every single day. The best ones follow a formula, like the one outlined in Oren Klaff's latest book, Flip the Script.

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