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- Corporate Culture & Governance
- Generational Issues
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Jeff Havens Comedian and Corporate Growth Expert
What do your clothes say about you? A humorous take on dressing for success.
This article was written five years ago, but it still holds up. Stop comparing your life to others.
1. Am I Making Work Convenient For The People Who Work Here? 2.How Can I Make My Company Feel Like a Family? 3. Am I Telling People That This Is a Good Place To Work? 4. Am I Telling People That This Is a Good Place To Work?
So if you are interested in making any changes of any kind to your life, your marriage, your job, your health, or your exotic animal collection, here are some things to keep in mind as you go about next year's personal transformation.
Raising prices. It’s a hard thing to say to someone, isn’t it? Although I’ll admit it’s a much nicer thing to say than, “I’ve decided I’d like to make more money while doing the same amount of work.”
So if our brains require unfocused time (dare I call it daydreaming?) in order to work at their peak efficiency, if taking breaks leads to more productivity than working non-stop, and if a bunch of lazy Germans can outperform a bunch of overworked South Koreans, why is it so difficult to convince people that the best way to speed up is to actually slow down?
To get you started, here are 10 simple ways to pay it forward.