by Ann Connor
Working from home is trending in the workforce today. And it’s a tempting trend, no less; one you’ve undoubtedly already toyed with. But it’s easy to see why—the benefits of working from home have been touted far and wide for both employer and employee alike (No commutes! Save money! Higher productivity!). And while these are all very well and good, it might be best to weigh these pros with their often-forgotten cons to see if telecommuting really is best for you or your company.
by Carol Williams
Let’s be real. Do you procrastinate?
If “yes” then welcome to Being Human. There is NOTHING wrong with you. (Can I stop reading now?) Procrastination is our way of avoiding something unpleasant. Our bodies and minds are saying, NO! My challenge to you is, why is it unpleasant? This question equals,
“why am I procrastinating?”
- What is your expectation?
- How did you establish said expectation? Did it come from childhood? Teachers? Supervisors?
- What might happen if this expectation did not exist? That you CHANGE it to another one?