Being Great At Your Job Doesn’t Mean You’ll Be A Good Leader

Most people want a bigger job title because they want to be paid more. However, many promotions come with the task of managing teams, and managing people is hard work. The good news is that you don’t necessarily have to be a manager to get paid more.  At times, the path toward success can seem […]

Demystifying the Metaverse

We live in a time of transformational digital acceleration, and nowhere is that more evident than in the Metaverse. When Mark Zuckerberg announced Facebook’s first foray into the Metaverse, many wondered what its implications were for social interaction, especially in the wake of a global pandemic. But business leaders on the cutting edge of innovation […]

The Tension Between the Jobs Available and People Willing to Work Them

Last year, America had a record number of job openings at over 10 million. This was great news in the aftermath of the pandemic when many experienced job loss and overall income shortages. But some companies are still complaining that they can’t find workers to fill roles.  In tandem with this, the Great Resignation is […]

Google, Zoom, and the History of Nouns Becoming Verbs

When something becomes so ubiquitous that the noun becomes a verb, this by definition is an indication that we have changed how we do things in the world. If you get a cut, you may ask for a Band-Aid. A cold may have you reaching for a Kleenex, and dry winter weather may call for […]

Practical Tips To Avoid Multitasking

Do you toggle between tasks throughout your workday, half completing one thing, getting interrupted, and beginning something else? We already discussed multitasking in my previous blog and its negative effects on performance and long-term memory. For many of us, multitasking is a bad habit that will take some work to get rid of.  In case […]