Just like climate change, once work spills over your life, there’s no turning back. We’re all doomed. Check out what you probably missed among the most popular blogs and advice of the week.
It’s a long way to the top if you want to rock n roll.
If we can all put our energy into working together rather than working against each other, we can all be more productive.
“Escaping” is not the word I’d use in this case. It does feel like “extending” would be more appropriate.
Look — there’s a high likelihood that you’ve already realized you don’t need to sit in your office to get your work done. There’s another way — one that involves leaving the rat race behind for good.
Eat. Pay. Code.
Restaurants are now workspaces. Retail stores are now workspaces, and they’re also landlords. Coworking companies like WeWork operate workspaces, but they also own and lease apartments and are also opening convenience stores. You can work from anywhere, and work is everywhere.
How about jobs for people who love travelling but hate working?
If you love to travel, having just two or three weeks of vacation time a year can seem a little bit stingy. With so much to see in the world, a few weeks can feel like…well…just not enough.
People with money to burn don’t always get it right. In fact…
We can sit around and read inspirational quotes all we want and learn what the millionaire professionals did to better themselves, but to know what applies to us, we have to attempt what is taught and as soon as it is taught to us.