Advice from other people is always based on their own biases and experiences. Take control of your own decisions and don’t live a life designed by committee.
Saying yes to something new can be hard. Don’t betray your future self by giving in to all the bad reasons and external pressures telling you “no.”
When I was 23, I had a coworker who was counting down to retirement. I decided I didn’t want to be him in 20 years, so I made a change. You can, too.
We all tell ourselves stories about our future. Some are our own, and some are forced upon us. It’s always hard to go through the death of a future story.
Quiet quitting has been around since the first boss held the first post-mortem after a failed mammoth hunt. Let’s talk about workforce dropouts instead.
How being 100% certain of your own logic creates unnecessary workplace conflict, and what you can do about it
Unnecessary workplace conflict is often the result of people digging in to entrenched positions. Here’s how to disentrench and seek solutions.
If you feel guilty about always feeling behind schedule, take control of your career and stop doing all those things you’re already not doing.