By guest author Adrienne Erin There are a lot of stereotypes when it comes to introversion and extroversion, the personality traits that tend to define us and assign us certain behaviors and characteristics. We’ve all heard that introverts tend to be quieter and more guarded, whereas extroverts are more social and open with others. You [...]
By guest author Eve Pearce The world is becoming more driven. The more we have, the more we want, and economic downturn means that we have to work a lot harder to get it. A culture in which work ethic is hyped and personal time denigrated means that many are expected to put in a [...]
By guest author Jay Harris If you haven’t considered how color and lighting affect your mood and productivity when working, you might be missing out on an opportunity to enhance your work environment and, in the process, improve your overall performance as well as life balance. Bright colors such as yellow and solid white can [...]
By guest author (my husband ♥) Brian Goers Last year Forbes magazine released an interesting article regarding a study which showed that only 19% of the US population was happy with their jobs. The other 81% of US workers either somewhat like their jobs (16%) or completely hated their jobs (65%). Based on these statistics [...]
When entering into adulthood, you find a catch: not everything that you learn at school is useful. Hard working is not a sign of good work, and it’s almost useless to learn from the mistakes of others. Success often reaches people going against the rules. So, today I provide you several non-standard principles of achieving success, which are not taught at school.