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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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If you're gunning for that promotion or trying to get your startup off the ground, it is easy to put off vacation days or just not take them at all. However, it turns out that vacations are actually good for business and help to enhance productivity.

In this issue of The Pulse, we explore the ways in which vacations help to improve performance, creativity and overall health. Giving your brain the time it needs to rest and recuperate will give you the necessary energy to achieve success.


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Daydreaming is often viewed as a waste of time. In the business world production is king, but it is important to realize that thinking can be just as valuable as doing. Innovation and inspiration can only rise out of a contemplative mind.

In this issue of The Pulse, we discuss how daydreaming can be good for business. Letting the mind wander is an important skill to develop in order to encourage creative problem solving.


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The world can be broken down into two distinct personality types: introverts and extroverts. Introverts are oftentimes intensely creative, enjoy solitude and think more than they speak. Extroverts tend to live in the moment, thrive in social situations and can easily carry on a conversation with anyone. Both types have distinct and wonderful qualities, but are not always understood by the other. Learning to work together, especially in business, is essential to success.

In this issue of The Pulse, we examine the unique differences between introverts and extroverts. Gaining a better understanding of these qualities can help to create a working environment that lets all personality types flourish.


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In today's technologically minded culture, developing a strong web presence is essential. Social media provides businesses with an invaluable opportunity to share information with a large number of people at one time. Ensuring your posts provide value to your potential customers is, therefore, extremely important.

Businesses can easily fall into a pattern of constantly trying to generate attention or sell their product, rather than concentrating on the substance of the information itself. In this issue of The Pulse, we discuss how sharing quality content on social media can help build customer trust and loyalty.


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