There are horrible bosses. These are the people whose mere presence alone changes the atmosphere at work in a negative manner. The same people who seem adept at squashing your desire to do your best at work.
But then, there are also good bosses. Bosses who uplift you rather than make you feel terrible about yourself. Bosses who know how to make you feel integral to the company rather than inconsequential. Bosses who treat you as a valuable asset rather than redundant and easily dispensable. keep reading »
This is a picture of our lawn after not being mowed and edged for a little over a week because the gardener couldn’t get it done due to rain. I saw the lawn when I bent over to pick up the community newspaper and noticed how quickly the grass had grown and become unruly.
If I hadn’t seen it at that moment and instead looked at it next Thursday (when the gardener had returned and cut it), I would have assumed that the lawn had never changed, simply because I wasn’t paying attention.
There is so much conflicting information and advice available that it can be very confusing. Some estimates for 2018 indicate that 50 GB are uploaded every second and over 90% of that data is opinion-based content, social media posts, and video.
How do you find YOUR blueprint for business success with so much information available? keep reading »