Best Workday Playlist: 20 Songs to Get Motivated

Looking for a little motivation to get you through the workday? Research has suggested that listening to music at work can help improve efficiency, creativity and happiness in terms of work-related tasks. Recently, we asked our VIP Crowd users what … Read More


12 Ways to Increase Employee Engagement

Employee engagement has been a hot topic for companies for quite some time, and for good reason. According to Gallup, 70% of the American workforce is not engaged. With job-hopping on the rise, it’s more important than ever for companies … Read More


Creating an Advocate Playground

I recently got back from a trip to Las Vegas. I was there to attend a friend’s wedding, and it was also the first vacation I’ve taken since I found out I was pregnant with my now one-year-old son. First … Read More


Why You Should Get Fired At Least Once a Year

There’s nothing more invigorating than a fresh start. Whether it’s a new house, new diet, new job, new project or anything else new, the excitement and motivation is endless. You’re ready to attack and create some positive results. As the … Read More


How to Transform Your Workday in 10 Days

Unhappy at your job? You’re not alone. According to a recent study by the Conference Board, 50% of U.S. workers report some level of dissatisfaction with their jobs. And while this number has been rising slightly over the past few … Read More


To Free Up More Time, Audit Yourself

I’m not sure if I know anyone that isn’t busy or at least gives the perception that they’re busy. But do we do anything about it? Before 2018 starts, I challenge everyone to go through a simple exercise — audit … Read More


Singles and Doubles Will Get You Into the Hall of Fame

“Chicks dig the long ball” or so goes the saying which originated from this famous Nike commercial. Home runs are great, but every baseball fan knows consistently hitting singles and doubles can get you to the hall of fame. The same … Read More


What I Learned My First Month Working at a Remote Startup

I’ve never been one to take many risks. In fact, I will go out of my way to avoid risky situations. I find comfort in the known and appreciate a predictable routine. I value organization (hello spreadsheets and to-do lists!), … Read More