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Stress at Work is Good!

I have always tended to perform at my best when I am stressed out. I love this infographic showing the ideal zone, since there certainly is a breaking point. Click it to read the full post.
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Tru by Hilton

Tru by Hilton

Hey. We’re new here. Take a look around while we get settled. We’ll be introducing ourselves over the next few months, so like and watch to learn more about Tru. http://bit.ly/TrubyHilton

Posted by Tru by Hilton on Monday, January 25, 2016
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Hide Meeting Attendees in Outlook

If you are hosting a meeting or webinar and do not want your attendees to see the guest list, follow these instructions. Create a new meeting in Outlook Click Invite Attendees Click To Add your attendees as a Resource Add as resource When Outlook prompts you to update the location, select NO Then send the meeting and the recipients will not see who else is attending/invited.
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THE COMPLIANCING

[embed]https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=9CBJa5uAa8w[/embed] A boss's nightmare in which her team doesn't adhere to legal and compliance rules.
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Automatically Insert Delta Symbol for Reporting % Change

When reporting % change in email, excel, powerpoint or word, it is possible to make it easy to insert the delta symbol to indicate change (i.e. YoY % ?, or 33% ?, or 33% ? YoY). In Outlook, navigate to File -> Options -> Mail -> Spelling and Autocorrect Click AutoCorrect Options Then, under Replace text as you type: - Enter what text you would like to be automatically replaced with the symbol. I used: (delta) - Copy and paste the delta symbol into the "With" column: ? Click OK and it should be set for all Office programs. Test it in one of these programs by typing (delta) or what you chose to be replaced, and the symbol should automatically appear.
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Must Watch Video on Net Neutrality

Cable companies are trying to create an unequal playing field for internet speeds, but they're doing it so boringly that most news outlets aren't covering it. John Oliver explains the controversy and lets viewers know how they can voice their displeasure to the FCC.
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