Every human procrastinates, so know that you’re not alone. Many of us think we’re lazy if we procrastinate and then we beat ourselves up. Here are some tips from Adam Grant’s interview with Fuchsia Sirois, a psychologist who studies procrastination…(and even she procrastinates!) Quit Beating Yourself Up - Now that you know that everyone procrastinates, stop shaming yourself. Think about a time that you did tackle an important task or goal and how that felt when you accomplish
I recently talked to Kaitlin Davis, Content Specialist at Adobe, to learn more about how people and companies are adjusting to a remote workforce.
Here are a few of my key takeaways:
*Think about which employees are usually super outgoing and social. Make sure to have conversations with all employees, but especially the extraverts who might need some more guidance.
*Employees are use to constant in person feedback. Not having people around all the time could affect effi
I talked with Liz Waldmann CNE, Real Estate Broker at Keller Williams, about what her company is doing for her through this uncertain time.
Here are my takeaways:
-Leaders - Understand that you’re not the only one who is not sleeping at night.
-Provide associates resources to learn and be better when the crisis is over.
-Invest in coaching and training and provide it to everyone.
-Large businesses can support other businesses, even competitors, to lift your entire b