In the modern world it has seemed to become the norm that one either sleeps all the time or sleep for a few hours/not at all. This raises the question of “How important is sleep management?” and it’s related subject of “How important is eating?” Sleep management is very important. From my own experience getting […]Read more "Sleep Management"
People like routine. They fall into the same patterns everyday. I have to admit I like my pattern for the day. I’ve gotten into a very comfortable routine. The problem with routine, at least in business, is that sometimes people get into a bad routine. Or the routine doesn’t do as well, isn’t effective, etc. […]Read more "Modifying technique"
As a freelancer who ever ends up paying you for a task is technically your boss for that project. That being said you are still a freelancer so you fill the role of outside expert or outside talent. So your customer is the one who’s paying you for that service. This brings us to the […]Read more "Is the Customer Always Right?"
The last few months have had us bombarded by chants to raise the minimum wage to $15 hr. Heralded as the answer to poverty, hiring problems, and various diseases, such calls and other scapegoats (such as older individuals not leaving the work force to “make room” for the younger generations) ignore many of the economical […]Read more "Why Hiring is stalling."
One of the easiest ways to lose people’s attention is to tell them they’re wrong, One of the easiest ways to get people’s attention is to go around their ego and say the information they used is wrong. “Everything you know about X is wrong” “What you think you know has been a lie” It […]Read more "Manipulation through Destruction."
If you’ve been around or looking for work for any length of time you’ve probably heard of unpaid internships. Unpaid internships are marketed as the way to get valuable experience in a growing job market. A key to the kingdom of business and success. But what they actually are are cheap labor. And last I […]Read more "Why Unpaid Internships are the Wrong Way."
Our idiosyncrasies need to be played off of to help us work, not used as an excuse not to.Read more "The Importance of Personal Work Space."