7 Replies to (Politely) Shut Down Negative People—and Other Gems to Read This Weekend
We know: Things get busy.
So, in case you didn’t get all of your Muse reading in last week, we’ve picked the best articles on the site to get you up to speed. Check them out while you’re relaxing on the couch or heading out of town, and get all the reading you need for the week to come.
The best way to deal with negative people who are always complaining at work.
This sniper trick from the Army will help you focus all day long.
You’re not unqualified for the job, you’re just not looking at your skill set correctly.
Remove these items from your LinkedIn profile if you want to get hired.
Drama in the office? Keep the peace with these rules.
Editor’s Pick: How to Recover From a Huge, Huge Mistake at Work
Yes, we can and should be on our A-games and do everything in our power to be consummate professionals, impressive employees, and generally good people. But unfortunately, we’re human, and we’re going to make blunders at work. And the best thing we can do is recover from them graciously and learn from them moving forward.
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