When we hear the word “creativity,” we often think of something that’s used everyday by the more whimsical professions such as designers, artists, writers and marketers. But the fact of the matter is, all professions can utilize creativity in their careers no matter what the industry. Here are four ways that you can be creative in your job.
There’s no better way to explain unexpected job loss other than it sucks – big time. But having come out on the other side of it, I can tell you with certainty that it does get easier – even if all hope seems to be lost right now. So if you’ve just recently lost your job, here are my top six things that you should do ASAP
If you live in the cold, blustery Northeast like I do, then I’m sure you’re thrilled to wave goodbye to the drab, gray days and welcome in the sunshine and warmer temps. It’s also a nice change for employees who need to get out and bust up some serious stress levels. Here are my favorite spring outdoor activities to bust up work-related stress:
Stressed-out workers are scrapped for time and those who are suffering from job loss are spending their time looking for work. The thought of taking on anything else, much less a silly hobby, is just not in the cards.
Just the other day, in preparation for a new year, I wiped the dry erase board in my office clean. On it, had my yearly and monthly goals from 2017 outlined. As I cleaned off the board, about half of my yearly goals were checked off