I discovered something interesting in the past few days, as I learnt about Myers Briggs, a personality indicator based on Carl Jung’s theory – that states that we all have innate tendencies that direct how we see the world and how we function in it.
Are you often busy, but when you look back, you can’t help but wonder – where has all the time has gone?
In today’s world, it is so easy to be busy rather than being productive.
A few days back, I received a message on LinkedIn from a popular tech magazine editor:
“I invite you to join my network and have a mentor. I like to help young professionals. If you want to try publishing on tech topics, I’ll consider your work for our website.”
We live in a world where “innovators” and “disruptors” are glorified, but no company (or society) could perform if such individuals make up the bulk. In fact, for any system to function, a majority of its people need to simply FOLLOW rules.
Are you one of those people – who are adept at finding the perfect gift, but can never get the wrapping right? Are you a last minute bung it in a bag kind of person?
Well, don’t switch to the banal gift bag and tissue paper cop out just yet! I’d like to share some simple tips to make this most loathed activity a little easier.
I’ve always dreaded the fifty second week – that time of the year when working is contemptuously looked down upon! As a Type-A workaholic who thrives on relentless hustle, I’ve always found this extended celebratory week to be painfully agonizing.