No matter the size of your business and brand or the industry it belongs to, the process ultimately involves people. Its growth depends on people. And when there’re people, there’re feelings you must be able to understand. According to the academic blog The Conversation, “Empathy is the ability to share
Gratitude Is Something You Cultivate “I’m not feeling very grateful today,” said this friend of mine. Sometimes is hard to “feel” gratitude, I completely understand. But while we all would like to “feel” grateful, we forget to “be” grateful in the first place. I’m reminded of a Gretchen Rubin’s quote,
You know the word entrepreneur. It pops out from behind every corner of the internet, on every book cover, every blog post. It’s no coincidence. You are thinking about it, constantly. The universe is trying to tell you something. Mainly, that inside the next generation workplace, you should be one.
Saying Thank You is Hard Enough Millennial gratitude ( or rather ingratitude) is the bane of our parents’ existence. We have a tendency to express gratitude with less buoyancy and more suspicion. Why are we so particular about handing out our thank you notes? Our generation is filled with interpersonal
Movember is about men’s health There’re issues endangering the health of men, mainly neglect, avoidance, the social pressure to be silent, quiet emotions and just take it “like a man”. Movember advocates for change. Because for society to thrive we need healthy women and men. We need to change the