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Why You Should Use Twitter

STMA uses twitter to inform, educate and entertain its followers. Be a follower! Read here why using twitter is a good thing.

Memorize This

Have you ever been asked what you do for a living and find that you stumble around a bit before you get to the heart of your work? To quickly and clearly communicate the importance of your job, prepare an "elevator speech". An elevator speech is a brief message that can be easily communicated in 20 to 30 seconds, the average time it takes to ride from the bottom floor to the top floor in an elevator; hence its name.

30 Ways to Leave Burnout Behind

We all know what burnout looks like. This article provides the causes of burnout, personality traits that may make someone more susceptible to burnout, and 30 ways to prevent it.

5 tips for acing your phone Interview!

A lot of time and energy is spent on the interview process. One thing a lot of people underestimate and often overlook is the "phone interview process" and its importance! In some cases, you must ace a phone interview before given the opportunity to have an in person interview.

The Six Rules of Conducting a Great Meeting

Although this link may have you thinking "oxymoron", implementing these six points will make you the rock star of meeting management.

How to Stick to your New Years Resolutions

We're a month into the New Year. Have your resolutions gone by the wayside? Don't despair. Here are some easy tips to get you back on track.

10 Awesome Tips to be a Better Leader

Start the New Year off right with these actionable tips to making you a better leader!

Make the Most of your Conference Experience

The STMA Conference is next month, Jan. 19-22, in San Diego. Here are 12 quick tips to help you make the most of your time while attending it.

13 Signs you are on the Edge of Burnout

If you are exhibiting any of these signs, take some simple actions noted in this article to stave off burnout.

Having a Bad Day?

When taking a deep breath just won't cut it, use these six simple tips to turn your day around.

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