Recommended Article this month:
How Being a Workaholic Differs from Working Long Hours — and Why That Matters for Your Health
There is no need to compare yourself with others, when it comes to the amount of hours worked. We are all different and we all have different ways of thinking/working/stressing about work. Read this article on a study showing the differences. Send us your thoughts via our Instagram stories (LINK
Create a Vision Board
“Success is liking yourself, liking what you do, and liking how you do it” - Maya Angelou
How about creating a vision board for yourself. If you haven't already done so. You don’t only have to fill it with dreams, or things you would like to do in 2020, you can also fill it with your past successes, reminding you of how far you have come.
The HuffPost explains here
on how to create a vision board.
15 years of lessons learned by CEO and Chairman of Disney
Bob Iger, CEO and Chairman of Disney is interviewed by Tim Ferris on his Podcast
If you are curious to hear from the mind behind Disney’s massive acquisitions from the past years – Pixar, Marvel, Lucas Film – make sure to listen, the interview is definitely enjoyable and very insightful.
Spotlighting successful women who've made major career changes—and fearlessly mastered the pivot
Hillary Kerr (Who What Wear & Clique Media co-founder), has a Podcast series called: Second Life
, where she interviews women who have taken their future into their own hands, and dared the leap of faith.
For Bumble, the Future Isn’t Female, It’s Female Marketing
The future is female marketing.
Many businesses have had their internal practices & affairs “exposed” in the media in the last few months and year, from Away to WeWork, and there is more and more doubt in terms of whether it’s possible to execute a vision in a clean way. Bumble is now at the forefront with their female marketing agenda, but what is the intent behind it? Read up the real story in an investigative article. What are your thoughts? Share them with us via our Instagram stories. (LINK
15 Women Reveal the Reality of Their Side Hustles
The reality of side hustles.
Side hustles have become much more common and a lot of young people end up with a side hustle either as a creative outlet or for some extra cash. MM LaFleur shows how 15 women do it, why they do it and how they organize their work around it whether their side hustle involves babysitting, business consulting or waiting tables. If they can do it, so can you!
A unique story
Instead of watching Netflix this weekend, how about a good book. Recommended by Bill Gates, in his annual recommended books list, the book Educated by Tara Westover
, shares a uniques perspective and story of someone who set foot in a classroom for the first time age 17. Expecially in this day and age, it is so important to be interested, in knowing more.