Archive for the ‘Personal growth’ Category

Having a good online job is one of the most popular options for individuals who prefer to stay at home and earn a living at the same time. Only home-based workers experience the convenience of lesser travel expenses and quality time with their family. Furthermore, setting your own schedule is often possible which means you can even work according to your own pace.

While you might find yourself wearing multiple hats and delving into tasks outside your area of expertise, getting a business up and running doesn’t mean you’ll know how to handle every situation that arises.

Whether you’re trying to increase employee satisfaction or you simply want to spruce up the office, there are several options. Creating a better atmosphere around the office will help employee morale, making it better for everyone at the office. So, what are some great ways you can ensure that employees are happy and the office looks and feels awesome?

We all want this year to be our best year yet. Why wouldn’t you want it to be? Learn 6 ways to grow as a freelancer this year.

2014. A New Year brings new opportunities… what will 2014 bring you?

For an introduction to Dr. Emad Rahim I’m not sure where to start – the Killing Fields of Cambodia, the dangers of growing up in Brooklyn, abusive step-father and dyslexia to name a few. In this #TYBspotlight I try to find out the whole story of Dr Emad Rahim but I’m sure it’s just the tip of the iceberg.

Here are my four self-motivation accelerators that have always made the difference for me whenever I feel discouraged.

Proper management of one’s time is crucial for maintaining your life. Making a couple of changes to your overall daily activities can make a big difference in your productivity. Here are a couple of productivity ‘hacks’ to get you started.

Our progress through life is a chain that starts with imagination. Einstein once said: “Imagination is everything. It is the preview of life’s coming attractions.” Sir Ken Robinson describes imagination as a uniquely human quality that allows us to visit the past and the future, giving us the power to empathize and to bring to mind things that don’t yet exist. He describes creativity as applied imagination and innovation completes the chain by putting creativity into practice. Imagine, then, how little Adriana’s preview of life’s coming attractions was shattered on White Rock beach.

Not everybody has dollops of confidence at their workplace. Some people hide in a corner getting bogged down by low levels of confidence and a feeling of dissatisfaction with their jobs. This is just one of the reasons for the marked difference in performance of employees across an organization.