Google searching “millennials in the workplace” inevitably brings up some negative opinions related to the generation. However, it’s time for a change in perspective.
When we focus on outcomes, activities that we normally love become chores. I love writing, but it stops being fun when I mechanically view it as a means to more pageviews, higher conversion rates, or increased social media shares. An outcome-focused mind is an impatient mind.
Inspiring me by the quality of your work, willingness to teach and eagerness to learn.
If you fall in love with every single thing you create along that path, you’re setting yourself up for panic. If there’s so much in you that thought it was right with all those versions, you will feel challenged time and again. When in fact people aren’t challenging you.
Today I will do everything I am told I shouldn’t. I will quit a full-time job with benefits, healthcare, a 401k.
After years of holding office jobs would you choose to make the proverbial career jump into Fantasyland? I did just that. When I did, people thought I was snorting pixie dust.
It’s always been said that putting yourself first is selfish. Why? What about treat yourself?
It is a sad state of affairs that, in many cases, it is simply due to the societal norms that encourage men to view women differently.
Everything about that life was my dream, absolutely. Until it wasn’t.
Instead of writing article after article, why don’t I just write a book?