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The Difference Between Amateurs and Professionals

professionals-and-amateursWhat have you been reading lately? There's so much content published every week that a person can never read it all themselves. That's why we're here, bringing you the weekly wrap up.

Here are the five articles that piqued our interest:

1. The difference between amateurs and professionals {James Clear}

Being a pro is about having the discipline to commit to what is important to you instead of merely saying something is important to you.

2. How meditation at work improves productivity {strategy+business}

Mindful work is the practice of using meditation techniques to increase productivity, and there's a new book out that describes what goes on in some of the workplaces in America.

3. Coloring: not just for kids anymore? {Brit+Co}

One writer did an experiment where she colored in a coloring book for 30 minutes a day instead of unwinding with television, and she saw noticeable results. How do you unwind?

4. Mindfulness can boost your career and help you get a job {The Guardian}

Mindfulness helps control stress and can contribute to your ability to feel compassion, both of which are excellent for making you easier to work with and easier to hire.

5. Consumers do their own automotive research {Marketing Mind}

And they're doing research ahead of time as well as in real time. Help auto dealers with their web presence, and they'll see more customers.

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