Nisha Kumar Kulkarni 34 posts
Nisha Kumar Kulkarni is a writer and content coach based in New York City. She’s passionate about helping female business owners and creatives become stronger storytellers and advocates of the work they’re doing in the world.

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How to Stay Healthy in the Office Busy Season

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The back-to-business energy of autumn usually brings heavier workloads—not to mention seasonal health stressors like allergies, the common cold, and the flu. If you’re already feeling the strain of your autumn workload, try these tips to nurture your wellness routine for healthier practices both in and out of the office.  7 manageable wellness practices Mental […]

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Not So Motivated at Work? Try These Strategies

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Everyone struggles with it sometimes. But if left unchecked, a lack of motivation can negatively impact your confidence, attitude, and productivity—both inside and outside of the office. In 2017, it was even reported that 71% of American workers are doing the bare minimum or just plain unhappy at work, which costs employers a whopping $300 […]

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5 Memoirs That Teach the Value of Self-Acceptance

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The best memoirs are more than just inspiring. They help you recognize you’re not alone in your struggles. Authored by intelligent, creative women, these five recently published books offer insight into unique personal and professional paths—and lessons learned along the way. 1.More than Enough: Claiming Space for Who You Are (No Matter What They Say) […]

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Gut Feeling | How Your Intuition Can Help You in the Workplace

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Has anyone ever told you to “trust your gut” when making a big decision? This nugget of wisdom is arguably one of the most popular—and overused pieces—of advice. But what does it actually mean? And how can you apply it to your life? That “gut feeling” may be difficult to nail down, but it can […]

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