Better well-being makes for a much happier person, on and off the job. No matter how active you think you are after clocking out, it never hurts to squeeze a little more “me” time when planted at a desk for hours on end to help get the kinks out.
But please, before we go any further, don’t confuse my suggestion to surrender as “giving up.” Because “giving up” (or “quitting,” as you might think of it) is not what I have in mind at all.
You may be reading this at work. Why is that? Shouldn’t you be working? Shouldn’t you be so engaged in what you’re doing that reading a blog post, or checking email, or your Facebook account is the last thing on your mind?
If you’ve been following this series of presentation tips, you will now understand the purpose of your presentation and as much as you can about your audience. You will also be clear on how to structure the “noise.”
Things had become a bit challenging where I worked, at EMA, and we had experienced some layoffs due to the ups and downs of the economy and how it impacted the advertising industry. One day, I got called into my boss’s office...