When I was young and wild – or at least young, I had a joke with my friend, which we often repeated when we were out adventuring in “the night life.” -Let’s put plan A in to use -What if it does not work? -Let’s try plan B then. -What is that? -There is no
When I have been in job interviews, these questions have never been asked .. Are you productive? Are you hardworking and diligent? Do you ever finish anything? To be honest, when I have interviewed people, I may have forgotten to ask those questions too. It doesn’t matter how talented, experienced or skilful you
I’ve been led by 20 bosses so far. If you count their bosses, I don’t know even how many. Not all of them have been perfect, but then again who is? I’m not at least. None of my bosses have been extremely bad. The worst examples I have seen are not my bosses. Luckily,
If you did click this because of the headline. I’ll reveal one secret to you. Superman has a lot of stress. I know he has. He has all the things in the world to protect and he is alone. It won’t be easy and it’s tough job to be done. And you know what?
I am surprised that I did it again….. I’ve signed up for the Ultimate Blog Challenge. This is my third time. I didn’t plan to do it, but I’ve done it anyway! In the UBC, the challenge is to write one blog post every single day in October. I’ve not checked how many days there are in October,
The heaviest thing that a person has to carry is not the load of his work but the feeling of hopelessness that he will never get it done. When a person is overwhelmed with tasks, every process seems confusing; every little distraction becomes troubling and every action is tasking.
What I’ve seen in companies, efficiency needs regular maintenance. Things need to be moving and changes are required to keep the minds fresh and interested. If nothing changes, everything deteriorates along with the motivation. This is my short and simple recipe for maintaining company efficiency. 1. Keep the number of managers small. You don’t