The week was gearing up to grind on a slower news cycle for once. With the heads of Western states meeting abroad, US citizens somehow thought they’d be free to go through their workdays without too much stress. Of course, the calm weather didn’t last very long. Nevertheless, our readers and followers managed to point out some interesting articles. Here they are:
Blockchain as a Re-invention of the Business (Mariusz Kumor)
If like too many of us, you managed to avoid learning anything “blockchain” until now, then we’re sorry you and your business. There’s still time to catch up though.
The concept of blockchain is not very fresh, but the technology behind it is relatively new, with all its shines and shadows. It’s evolving rapidly, and it already led us to understand that one size does not fit all.
Working Sustainably — Less Is More (Marcus Raitner)
How about having a life in between all that work you’re doing? Here’s why — but not how:
Even extremely successful and presumably busy people like Elon Musk, Oprah Winfrey, Bill Gates, Warren Buffett and Mark Zuckerberg deliberately keep at least one hour per day free to read and educate themselves.
Open Up and Contribute to Open Source (Cynthia Rich)
Open source is great, conceptually, but it is still difficult to get into. So much work, so little time.
Imposter syndrome is a learned behavior. Think about how your performance is typically measured, beginning with the traditional education system.
The Best Marketing Strategy for Blockchain Startup Without Facebook, Twitter and Google (Aashish Sharma)
So your blockchain startup needs visibility? Here’s a few tips to avoid getting lost in the intricacies of social promotion:
The marketing and promotion of the blockchain startups are a vital essential for their working. Promote Blockchain Startups as there are a number of varied things and issues that are needed to be looked into for bettering the clientele of blockchain projects. Promotion is also necessary for recognition and better results.
6 Simple Ways To Optimise Your Office Space (Invicta Mobile Shelving)
Some tips on how to organize your working space better:
You also don’t need to lose any of the access or customisation of a traditional workstation, as cloud storage means that employees are not tied to one location. This, in turn, allows you to adjust hours and working schedules, bringing in temporary workers to cover employees on holiday or working from home.