Doug Dvorak's Blog

How to Conquer Your Fear of Confrontation

  • May 18, 2023

Do you often find it difficult to stand up to someone when they disrespect you? There’s nothing wrong with being quiet or introverted, but if you let people take advantage of you, it will take a toll on your mental health. Whether it’s from peers or strangers, there will come a point where you will… Read More »

Why You Should Try to Discover Yourself

  • Apr 28, 2023

In today’s world, with so much to worry about and everything moving at such a fast pace, it has become increasingly easy to lose oneself. This can cause you to feel like you need to conform to fit in and, while there’s nothing wrong with that, it shouldn’t be at the expense of what makes… Read More »

How to Discover Your Dream Job

  • Mar 31, 2023

There’s nothing worse than getting stuck in a job you hate. In fact, studies show job dissatisfaction can even impact your overall health by causing problems with sleep, anxiety, and depression.   There are many reasons why people stay in jobs they don’t like such as family responsibilities or health insurance. However, there’s no reason… Read More »

The Entrepreneur’s Guide to a Long and Healthy Life

  • Mar 13, 2023

Getting older is unavoidable, but there’s plenty we can do to improve and maintain our health as we age and live longer than ever before. As entrepreneurs, it’s easy to allow the pressures of running a business and a hectic schedule to cloud our judgment about what’s truly important in life. Life isn’t just about… Read More »

What Makes You Unapproachable and How to Fix It

  • Mar 8, 2023

You weren’t invited out for drinks after work again, or perhaps you’ve noticed that no-one ever seeks you out for advice, or when you enter a room, everyone is suddenly silent.   Experiencing situations like these doesn’t necessarily indicate a bad case of body odor; in fact, it’s more likely that you’re giving off signals… Read More »

Power-Ups That Will Help You Reach the Next Level

  • Jan 9, 2023

There is something nostalgic about playing video games. With most games, your objectives involve jumping over obstacles, dodging enemy attacks, and collecting the power-ups you’ll need to advance. In real life, stepping on turtles and eating random mushrooms is never a good idea. Still, these video games mimic the goals we pursue as we strive… Read More »

Seven Ways You’re Jeopardizing Your Own Success

  • Dec 2, 2022

It’s never good feeling like you’re carrying the weight of the world on your shoulders. In Greek mythology, Atlas is doomed to spend eternity carrying the crushing weight of the sky on his shoulders. While this is not a responsibility any of us will ever actually have to bear, it sure does feel like life… Read More »

Top 6 Signs You Need a Vacation

  • Nov 29, 2022

Do you have to drag yourself out of bed every morning to go to work? Or, find yourself wishing that something, anything would happen to prevent you from having to go in?   You might just be suffering from burnout and need a vacation. Every day, we arrive at work with the goal of making… Read More »

Top 10 Traits of Exceptional Leaders

  • Oct 25, 2022

Are you a leader or a follower? We may have been asked this question growing up to teach us a lesson, but as adults, we inevitably end up having to relate to people who have become our managers, supervisors, CEOs, and so on. Everyone has experienced poor leadership at some point, but what characteristics define… Read More »

How to Win Your Confidence Back

  • Oct 14, 2022

If there’s one thing you should stop doing right now, it’s beating yourself up about your failures (real or imagined). Letting these negative ideas cloud your judgement is more harmful than you may realize as you may be stopping yourself from realizing your full potential.   Every human being experiences failure at some point in… Read More »


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