Most employees or even businessmen find it hard to balance their life and work. They tend to always focus on their jobs because they’re too afraid to go down. After all their hard work, they don’t want to lose what they’ve successfully did in just a snap. Knowing how to keep a balance between doing what’s needed to get your business done and staying mentally and physically healthy is so important.
People’s mindset is that in every company, the boss is always older than their employees. This can actually make sense since getting into the top doesn’t come easily. It takes years to be successful and as years goes by, ages goes up too. But in reality, there are already young successful professionals and sometimes it gets awkward when their age gap to their employees are too far. Here are some tips if you ever encounter a boss that’s younger than you.
Most of us has this fear of speaking in front of many people whether you are professional or still a student. I understand that’s it’s really frightening to go public speaking. You are afraid that you might eat your words while speaking, saying the wrong things or even have a mental block about your presentation.
One of the hardest situations you’ll ever encounter in your office is when laziness solidly attacks you and you feel like you’re going to be the most unproductive worker ever. These days are normal, it happens to most people and to be honest, it’s tougher than you think.
What does success mean to you? For most people, when they think about success, the things that comes up in their minds are; wealth and power but for some it simply means to make a positive impact to the world.