Resilience is key in a situation like the one we are currently living in. We need to survive and be creative. The global economy is currently struggling to stay afloat amid COVID-19, with many companies losing profit, leaving many workers unemployed.
It’s very unhealthy to sit for long hours. Those who sit for several hours every day have a higher risk of heart diseases, diabetes, and early death. Additionally, those who sit all the time can’t burn enough calories, and many studies link this condition to obesity and weight gain. This makes many office workers worry since they sit down for several hours daily. Fortunately, standing desks are gaining more popularity.
Think back to the best piece of business advice you ever received. Who did it come from? Was it your boss, co-worker, parent or mentor? How about a construction tycoon? Believe it or not, some of the most successful construction moguls can offer life-altering insight—and not just to people within their own industry.
I strongly believe that life for an introvert in the pandemic times of COVID-19 might look easy. However, they might live in the impression that it is the time of their life, no control, working on their own and freedom. The introvert guide shall help if life comes back to normal and not only them.
Many founders, co-founders, and business partners know what it’s like to bump heads with one another. New endeavors often bring people together who care strongly about their work. These people can get deeply involved with their work and ideas, which can be great for creating new ventures and solutions.
A power nap is magical. It’s the most effective way to wake up and refresh your mind when you’re feeling tired and sluggish. Research has shown that power sleep is much better than no nap as it enhances cognitive abilities and alertness.
When we head back to our offices once the pandemic that’s disrupted our business and personal lives is over, many of us will have grown accustomed to working from home – on our own schedule. For many people working from home was not on the radar from their company. But flextime might be.
There is no limitation in which industry or job we work, it is all the time the same. Day-t-day tasks, datelines, and meetings are keeping our creativity back. Think Week is the secret sauce from Bill Gates to tank ideas and productivity, read today what can we learn from the co-founder of Microsoft.