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Getting enough sleep is one of the most underrated but most important aspects of our working day.
We all know that the job market is a tough one and we accept that we may have to go for more than one interview when we are looking to change jobs. And while nobody likes being interviewed, we generally accept it as a necessary evil and prepare as best we can.
There is no doubt that life is getting busier and is throwing things at us faster each day. And to help the beleaguered management, many forward-thinking companies are investing in coaches, workshops and further training to help them manage their time.
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It’s important to make small, meaningful efforts to change your work life for the better. Sometimes, a single action is more than enough to make a positive change – whether that’s a temporary boost in your mood or the first step to a positive change in your office environment.
The South African job market is a tough place and if you’re an active job seeker, you should be continually aiming to improve your own life skills in order to secure your dream job or to advance your career longterm. Here are 15 simple ways to improve yourself courtesy of Life Hack.