Dominique Anders, of Dominant Media, has been accepted into the Forbes Agency Council, an invitation-only community for executives in successful public relations, media strategy, creative and advertising agencies.
We’ve all been there. Red faced and stunned when we’re caught off guard by a snippy comment, heated accusation or rude insult.
Somewhere over the years, we’ve been conditioned that the lack of sleep we get somehow directly relates to a higher level of dedication to both our careers and our families.
It's like this game that's played and whoever gets more done, wins & to get more done, we choose to cut back on the thing that doesn’t show us results we can see - sleep!
For someone who's a world renowned speaker with almost 3 million views of her infamous TED Talk, I'm always surprised when people don't know this week's #FridayFav:
Even though summer doesn’t end for another month, the amount of unhappy employees tends to rise in August.
Maybe it’s going back to the grind after having a light last few months or it’s post-summer vacation blues.
Whatever the reason is, this week I wanted to share 5 ways to stay engaged and find joy at work:
Anyone who knows me personally, will tell you how much I love networking. I get super motivated when I meet new people and hear about what they’re up to so of course I got excited when I first discovered this week’s #FridayFav:
Does this sound like you?
You don’t have enough time.
You’re stretched too thin.
If only you could master time management, you’d be able to get more done, be less stressed, finally start that project you’ve had on the back burner, etc.
What if I told you that all you had to do was get comfortable using this one word and you’d basically be able to “buy” time back for yourself? You’d use it, right?
But it’s weird, because you use this word on a regular basis, just maybe not in the way that helps with time management.