Ian Sohn, President of digital agency Wunderman Chicago, posted a rather marvellous defence of work-life balance from a boss’ point of view, suggesting that his employees never need to apologise for working flexibly to make work work. So, no more … I’m going home now, but I promise to get back online and check emails… Read More Need to know basis . . .
On this day in 1768, in Edinburgh, Scotland, the first part of the Encylopedia Britannica was published. Estimates today are that the total data held by just 4 big online storage companies (Google, Amazon, Microsoft and Facebook) is 1,200 petabytes. That’s 1.2 million terabytes if that’s any clearer to you. It isn’t to me. But… Read More How much?
Do you have some words on your mind that you’re longing to say, but just can’t find the way to do it? What would help you to find the missing piece you need to speak out?
Don’t tell people your plans. Show them your results.Donald Mosby
Feeling sad? There are some great resources here, designed to help you feel happy: Action for Happiness. Feeling happy? There are some great resources here, designed to help you feel happy: Action for Happiness.
Professor Sydney Finkelstein writes about Superbosses. 3 categories of them: Glorious Winners – those who want to win, but know that to do so requires world-class teams, and as a result, do all they can to push their people ahead Nurturers – those who care about others as people. They pride themselves on their ability… Read More Making your mark . . .
A wonderfully refreshing quote – from the late, fabulous Alan Rickman. For whenever we’re getting ideas above our station . . . “I’m still living the life where you get home and open the fridge and there’s half a pot of yogurt and a half a can of flat Coca-Cola.”
You must never be intimidated by the feast, you can only eat the meal in front of you (Chris Newman)
Work harder to appreciate your ordinary dayGretchen Rubin