Ideas from books, articles & podcasts.
It’s okay to think of your job as “just a job.” It’s still important to do it well, but there’s no harm in thinking of it the way the dictionary does:
If your work provides resources for learning and development, use them.
If your employer provides benefits, max them out as much as possible. Whatever form they take, you’ve earned them. If a store clerk was giving you $5 in change, would you refuse that?
Sometimes those benefits might not be flashy, but you can still use them to your advantage. It could be a f...
When you spend 40 hours a week with other humans, you’re bound to develop some kind of relationship with one or more of them (hopefully positive ones?). You don’t have to be interested in becoming lifelong friends with your coworkers, but there’s at least value in networking with them.
created 4 ideas
created 6 ideas
created 11 ideas
❤️ Brainstash Inc.