Jessica Hicks

Editorial Fellow at Thrive Global

Jessica Hicks is an editorial fellow at Thrive Global. She recently graduated from Lehigh University with a degree in journalism and sociology/anthropology with a minor in marketing. She previously served as a media fellow at the Nasdaq Entrepreneurial Center, where she worked on blog and social media posts about thought leadership in the Silicon Valley, as well as the editor in chief of Lehigh University's student publication, The Brown and White. Jessica also served as a reporting intern at eMarketer. Jessica is thrilled to join Thrive Global as it strives to end the burnout epidemic and promote well-being among professionals, college students, and everyone, everywhere.
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Wisdom//

No, You Don’t Need to Be a Hoarder to Have a Clutter Problem

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A Grieving Father’s Viral Essay Reminds Us to Make Time for the People Who Matter Most

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Wisdom//

This Is How Expectation Creep Is Holding You Back and What to Do to Stop It

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This Is Why You Should Listen More Closely to Your Inner Monologue

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Managers, Here’s How to Champion Your Employees to Reach Their Full Potential

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Work Smarter//

Why Mentorship Will Make You Feel Less Stressed and More Fulfilled at Work

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4 Ways to Organize Your Desk for a Calm and Focused Mind

by Jessica Hicks
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3 Ways Managers Can Make Delegation Less Stressful and More Effective

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Well-Being//

The World Health Organization Weighs in on Digital Health Interventions

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4 Ways to Deal With Favoritism at Work — When You Aren’t the “Favorite”

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Well-Being//

Yes, It’s Possible to Be a Mentor Without Burning Out

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Giving//

3 Ways to Optimize a Charitable Gift

by Jessica Hicks
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Wisdom//

3 Questions That Will Spark Emotionally Intelligent Decision-Making at Work

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Work Smarter//

Why Celebrating Your Little Victories at Work Can Power Your Performance

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Wisdom//

How to Build a Better Relationship With a Co-worker You Just Don’t Click With

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Well-Being//

The Surprising Psychological Reasons You’re Procrastinating — And How to Fight It

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Beating Burnout//

New Research Shows Managers Are at an Increased Risk of Stress and Burnout — Here’s How to Fight Back

by Jessica Hicks
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Unplug & Recharge//

This Out-of-Office Checklist Will Help Ease Vacation Stress

by Jessica Hicks
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Well-Being//

Knowing the Difference Between Reflection and Rumination Can Help You Better Manage Your Negative Thoughts

by Jessica Hicks
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Wisdom//

How to Minimize Stress When You’re Mediating Conflict at Work

by Jessica Hicks
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Exactly How to Make a Tough Decision Easier and Less Stressful

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The Compliment Sandwich Doesn’t Work, But the “Complaint Sandwich” Does — This Is Why

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Research Finds the Key to Regulating Your Emotions; Here’s How to Apply It at Work

by Jessica Hicks
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Here’s How to Respond With Empathy Without Saying, “I Know How You Feel”

by Jessica Hicks

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