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Choosing Joy

We know joy is meant to be part of this life, but that doesn’t mean we won’t have trials and challenges. Learning to be positive during difficulties is a critical part of finding joy and happiness.

Office Greens: How to Find the Right Plant for the Job

Office Greens: How to Find the Right Plant for the Job

A little greenery in your office can go a long way and may be less maintenance than you think. Enjoy this guide to help you pick the perfect cubicle companion.

On Failing and Finishing

On Failing and Finishing

Even professors make mistakes. In this devotional address, Cassy Budd, professor in BYU Marriott’s School of Accountancy, relates some of her struggles so that you can better appreciate your own.

Rising Stars, Falling Stars Rising Stars, Falling Stars

Rising Stars, Falling Stars

Two business star watchers at BYU have uncovered a bit of cosmic truth that may change the way recruiters and headhunters view stars forever.

The Seven Pitfalls of Data-Driven Decision-Making (And How to Avoid Them)

The Seven Pitfalls of Data-Driven Decision-Making (And How to Avoid Them)

When done correctly, incorporating data into business decisions can have multiple benefits. Here’s what not to do.

Get a Life

Get a Life

Fredy Gantner, cofounder of Partners Group, advises graduates to get a LIFE: L, be loyal; I, be inspired and inspiring; F, be family focused; and E, be eternally minded.

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