Many of the people I meet are trying to do too much. This can be in the domain of home, work or community groups. Often the problem is that these people volunteer to help but do so to their own detriment and then become overwhelmed and ineffective. Source: The power of less productivity
Interested in cutting the cord? USA TODAY’s Jefferson Graham breaks down the best cable alternatives on Talking Tech. USA TODAY Visitors look at a US company Qualcomm stand announcing '5G' technology at the Mobile World Congress (MWC) in Barcelona, Spain, 26 February 2018 (Photo: EPA-EFE/ALBERTO ESTEVEZ) Faster networks, bendable phones, more choices for cord-cutters – … Continue reading 2019 technology trends: What you can expect next year
Ikigai , a Japanese word that means “purpose” or “reason for being,” has been adopted in American society to mean having balance in work and in life. In a recent trip to Barnes and Noble, I found five books on the “must read” shelf with ikigai in the title, and there are even more found … Continue reading Ikigai – having balance in work and life
When you set out to improve conversion rates, where do you focus your attention? Do you obsess over the visitors who leave your website without buying? Hotjar Founder and CEO David Darmanin made that mistake for years—but when he switched his focus and started looking at the users who did convert, he saw real results. … Continue reading Why do people leave your website?
It is a New Year, new beginnings this time of year tends to magnify peoples loneliness. There are many blog posts that enable people to function at their best. This is 12 of them, enjoy;
Yesterday I watched a video by Simon Sinek on "Millenials in the Workplace." It was an excellent discourse on why Millenials are so unhappy. In the 15 minute interview, he covers the addictiveness of social media to flawed parenting. He argues an entire generation is growing up with lower self-esteem. His talk reminded me of … Continue reading Self Acceptance – is for Grown-ups