Thrive in Five

Thrive in Five: Strategic Roadmap

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Evans Incorporated’s 25 Year Anniversary is approaching, so we’re taking the next few months to reflect on where we are currently and what’s to come! This includes highlighting one of our areas of specialization per month through September. The focus for the month of May is Strategic Planning. Ok, so… vision, mission, capabilities statement… we’re all familiar with these words, but what comes next?
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Thrive in Five: Solve the Right Problem

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Problem solving is part of day-to-day life, whether at home or at work. Finding a solution is not generally the challenge, but sometimes identifying the problem you’re trying to solve can be.

Read on in this Thrive in Five to learn how to find the best solution by reframing the problem.
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Thrive in Five: Deliberate Practice

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How do you get better at something? Practice! But, not all practice makes perfect, so how do you know you’re practicing to improve?

In this edition of Thrive in Five, learn about deliberate practice, and the steps you can take to ensure you’re practicing to get better.
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Thrive in Five: Conquer Questions

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Asking questions is arguably an incredibly nuanced art form. It seems so simple, and yet there are so many different ways a question can be interpreted by the person answering or approached by the person asking.

Learn how to ask the right questions in this edition of Thrive in Five.
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Thrive in Five: The 2-Minute Challenge

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Constructive feedback…
* shudder*

Just the thought of it makes many of us uncomfortable. Don’t you wish there was some sort of proven, step-by-step process to providing constructive feedback to make it more productive and more of a learning experience?
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Thrive in Five: Just Say No

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Chances are you’ve experienced burnout at some point in your career. Maybe you feel like the only way to get ahead is to be the person that always says “yes”. Maybe you’re afraid you’ll miss out on career or growth opportunities if you say “no”. Continue reading