Gratitude Judo Series – Part 3

Here’s a positive way to apply that psychological judo to our greatest frustrations and turn them into gratitude. Being concerned about your job being boring, is a sign that there’s hope. My job is boring (well, not mine, but lot’s of people say this one). Lucky me Only in recent years, the idea of “fulfilling” […]

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Gratitude Judo Series – Part 2

Here’s a positive way to apply that psychological judo to our greatest frustrations and turn them into gratitude. In large part, much of what frustrates us is simply symptoms of progress and abundance. Gratitude Judo tip #2 This is so ironic. Someone is trying to teach me about gratitude . .  . At this very […]

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7 Reasons to be grateful in adversity

“Cultivate the habit of being grateful for every good thing that comes to you, and to give thanks continuously. And because all things have contributed to your advancement, you should include all things in your gratitude.” ― Ralph Waldo Emerso   Sorry to be Johnny Raincloud . . .  .  .  . but if everything […]

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The 3 Lessons I Learned Working at thryver

By Gabrielle Richie Preface from Dave: Gabby is the “accidental intern.” We met her when we were doing some customer discovery interviews at her campus. She heard what we were doing and immediately “got it.” Then she followed up on her own! She reached out to us. We gave her little tasks to do and […]

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7 Things We Learned from our Insider Launch

We had an amazing time this Wednesday night at Monday Night Brewing as we kicked off our thryver Career Insider Launch. Our small team worked really hard. It paid off when 150 amazing young Atlanta professionals gathered, heard more about our story and got on board! The next day we reflected on what we learned. […]

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thryver Thoughts: Discovering Yourself

BY Dave Barrs How a racehorse can help you find the champion in you? In our last blog, we mentioned obvious pointers to greatness in prodigies like Mozart, Picasso and Tiger Woods. But for many of us the clues are not as compelling. The unlikely story of a racehorse in the 1930s might inspire you. […]

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thryver Thoughts: Being Before You Do

Welcome Everyone! This is our first blog post.  We are kicking off our blog series “thryver Thoughts” with this first one about the importance of a living and performing out of what is inside of us instead of becoming someone because of what we do. Enjoy! BY Dave Barrs At thryver, we believe you must […]

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