PEOPLE BUILDING
19.5K views | +0 today
Follow
PEOPLE BUILDING
personal development and spirituality... matters to meditate! -- Keep in touch: http://www.xeeme.com/MartinGysler
Curated by Martin Gysler
Your new post is loading...
Your new post is loading...
Scooped by Martin Gysler
Scoop.it!

12 Most Vital Ideas to Remember When You Lose Your Job

12 Most Vital Ideas to Remember When You Lose Your Job | PEOPLE BUILDING | Scoop.it
Don Perkins takes a look at the 12 most important items to remember when you lose your job...

 

In October 2008, along with 240,000 other Americans that month, I was laid off – contributing to the highest U.S. unemployment rate in over 14 years at the time (6.6%); a rate that rose to 10.1% a year later – the worst in 26 years.


Yes, I was upset, worried, stunned; especially since two weeks earlier my employer assured me that though changes were happening, I had nothing to worry about. I learned a lot during that time, most of it the hard way. Perhaps these 12 tips can make life a little easier for those losing their jobs now…

more...
No comment yet.
Scooped by Martin Gysler
Scoop.it!

Mind Tools - Management Training, Leadership Training and Career Training

Mind Tools - Management Training, Leadership Training and Career Training | PEOPLE BUILDING | Scoop.it
An amazing website to improve your Leadership skills!

Explore the Toolkit

The full Mind Tools toolkit contains more than 600 management, career and thinking skills. Use the buttons below to start exploring them.
more...
No comment yet.
Scooped by Martin Gysler
Scoop.it!

Honesty: The Best Policy for The Best Productivity

Honesty: The Best Policy for The Best Productivity | PEOPLE BUILDING | Scoop.it
The best way to produce quality results that ring try with what matters to you involves a simple step: be honest with yourself.

 

There are many tools you can use to increase your level of productivity. Whether paper-based solutions are your cup of tea or you’ve dove into the digital well of task management offerings, you’d be wasting a ton of time trying to discover all of the tools out there. I’d wager it is one of the least productive things you could ever do.

 

But of all the tools at your disposal, the one between your ears is the one that needs to be actively engaged to allow for prominent increases to happen. There’s a human component that leads to better productivity on the whole, and while analog tools may not remove the brain from the equasion as fully as digital ones might, when we trust our lists as written without using our brain in tandem, the results for the items that are crucial to us are less desirable...

more...
No comment yet.