How to Practice Meditation at Work: 4 Essential Ways Are Now Revealed!

You may have already come across of the essential benefits of meditation. From boosting our energy, the lessening of stress and anxiety, all the way to letting us to be more grounded and focused, engaging ourselves with meditation has now become more of a requirement than a hobby especially in this busy, hectic world. Of … Continue reading “How to Practice Meditation at Work: 4 Essential Ways Are Now Revealed!”

How to Use The 10% Strategy to Increase Workplace Productivity

Companies are on a quest to improve employee productivity all the time. Companies like Amazon, Google, and Deloitte have experimented with the idea of a four day workweek that has been proven to create happy and productive employees. However, this has not worked out well since a number of studies show that such a concept … Continue reading “How to Use The 10% Strategy to Increase Workplace Productivity”

Making a Switch from A Corporate Career to A Non-Profit

There’s a growing trend of people making the switch from the corporate to the “helping” sectors, as we’ll call them, the charity, social, and government jobs that emphasize change. With more and more organisations able to offer competitive wages in central locations, workers are seeing the rewarding possibilities of working for a non-profit. However, it’s … Continue reading “Making a Switch from A Corporate Career to A Non-Profit”

Crazy But True: 7 Unusual Tips for Success

Work hard. Get enough sleep. Say “yes” to opportunities. Could this advice be any more boring? If you’re tired of hearing the same old career advice parroted by middle management, it’s time to think outside of the box. Here are just seven tips for success that are weird yet effective. 1. Eat More Beans Not … Continue reading “Crazy But True: 7 Unusual Tips for Success”

3 Negative Influences Holding Millennials Back in Their Careers

Each generation displays unique characteristics molded from the socio-economic forces in play, reactions to their parents’ generation, and the cultural zeitgeist of the times. The Millennial generation, born between 1980 and 2000, is often criticized or praised, depending on your viewpoint, for being less enthralled with their careers and the American consumerist quest for “things.” … Continue reading “3 Negative Influences Holding Millennials Back in Their Careers”