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It’s pretty much inevitable that if you’ve worked with other people, no matter how closely, you’ve ended up in meetings that either could have been an email or that you didn’t need to be in. These can feel like a waste of time and be demoralizing.
In the past few weeks, the term “quiet quitting” has appeared out of nowhere. Although the concept isn’t entirely new, the phrase started trending after a TikTok video, which now has 3.5 million views, went viral earlier this year. So what is quiet quitting, and why is it
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Responding to emails is something most of us have to do. Even when we’re not at work, emails come in from friends, family members and acquaintances – and most are expecting a response from you. But, more often than not, responding to emails can feel like a chore. When considering