”Why put off until tomorrow what you can do today?” I can think of at least a hundred reasons right now― all of which sound
"I used to be driven to succeed until I saw what it was doing to my co-workers in Hollywood. Now I strive to thrive -- that
We are all creatures of habit. Every single day, we execute a series of behaviors that take us from morning, through noon, and into night.
Are your bad habits at work harming your health? We discuss how mindless office habits such as eating at your desk, bringing your phone to the bathroom and refusing to take a sick day may be affecting your well-being.
2. Spruce up your cube. A study from the University of Texas at Austin found that out-of-the-box thinkers are significantly
The Jain principle of anekantavad is about respecting the variety of perspectives in the world, but it has its roots in the interconnectedness of all beings.
Distraction dilutes brain power, frazzles the nerves and results in non-optimum outcomes. The cure is to do one thing at a time. That's it in a nutshell. Do just what you're doing, and don't do anything else.
Maybe all the millennials need is time, guidance and, in some cases, a good talking-to. Maybe those who are criticizing the way millennials view things should consider taking some responsibility for creating these so-called monsters -- because chances are many of them have millennial children of their own.
Use a flash blocker to keep an old laptop running more smoothly and prevent crashes. Bike to and from the office (except