This morning, I was washing dishes and realized something that I hope changes the course of my life. I was trying to decide on whether or not to go to the gym when I get home from work (I slept in this morning and missed my exercise time) and that is when lightning struck me: … Continue reading The Myth of the Option
Way back in the day (ok, more like two years ago), I used to publish a Trending Thursday post, which was a top five list of the most impactful articles I'd read within the past week or two. I think that reading is a huge part of being able to develop and I don't want … Continue reading Trending Thursday Two Point Oh.
Everyone is different. Structure your day so that you make the most of moments, as opposed to working the most moments possible. Time is not to control you. Rather, it is yours to control.
Maximize your time. If you go ahead and knock out the seemingly tough tasks early, you've got the rest of your day/week to grow, develop, create, and innovate.
I know myself. I know where I am in life. I know what I want right now. And I know how much time I want to invest in my career. Right now, I don't want to invest 60+ hours a week in my job. So I wouldn't apply for a position that requires that, no … Continue reading Know What You’re Ready For
This day and age, leaders (especially those leading people outside their own generation) are often questioned. And, speaking for many millennials (which I hate to do but feel must be done), work-life balance in an industry that can be done outside of the office is becoming nonnegotiable. If expected to be connected at all times … Continue reading Millennials Know We Need to Work
This week, I've begun taking an honest inventory of the way I spend my time. There are 24 hours in a day. I choose not to be productive for some of them. I am unable to be productive for others (sleep is a necessity, the only question is how much do we need). Being three … Continue reading Hump Day Vibing