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  • Remote Personality

    One of the more common misconceptions about working remotely is that it’s best suited for introverted people (meaning those who prefer to minimize their contact with other people and feel more energized when they have plenty of alone time). This misconception would also assume that extroverts would struggle in a work-from-home environment. But is there a ...

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  • Writing for Yourself

    Back in 1823, a French Romantic artist named Eugene Delacroix wrote: “Nothing is better than having some small task to perform every day. Even one task fulfilled at regular intervals in a man’s life can bring order into his life as a whole; everything else hinges upon it. By keeping a record of my experiences I live my life twice over. The past returns t...

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  • Reverse Mentoring: What it is and how you can benefit from it

    In 2014, we brought you the story of Nancy Werner, a WAHVE worker who once mentored a young underwriter and had the pleasure of watching this person share his experience with the next generation. It became a positive chain reaction, inspired and initiated by Nancy’s words of encouragement. This is a prime example of a WAHVE narrative we are proud to hear ...

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  • Calling Out ‘Comfortable’

    The older we get, the easier it becomes to be more comfortable in who and what we are (or are not). That’s what most people assume, at least… Sometimes it seems like everyone is under the impression that once you reach a certain age, you jolt awake in the middle of the night with a light bulb above your head, struck with some Dalai Lama wisdom. Once you ...

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  • Look Back Before You Look Ahead

    It’s that time of year when family and friends spend a lot of time traveling home for the holidays. Traffic increases and those hometown roads long under construction become a bit backed up. It’s easy to get frustrated. It’s easy to stare ahead with anxiety, begrudging those long lines of cars, wondering just how late we’ll be to our next event. Traffi...

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