First, being burned out and being stressed out are not the same thing. Being burned out is not the same as dealing with depression. Being stressed out can lead to being burned out and being burned out can lead to depression.
Many professionals are finding themselves unemployed or underemployed during these turbulent times. Layoffs, furloughs, and job eliminations are more and more common place. Being prepared for such eventualities can set you a part for others. But, making these mistakes can cost you opportunities.
This year has brought tremendous change—there hasn’t been a single individual or organization who hasn’t been affected by this pandemic. We know this includes you, and we hope that you and your loved ones have stayed safe and well during this time.
Changes to the way business is conducted is now a way of life. We wanted to use this space to focus on one major change
How do you define insanity? Often, Albert Einstein gets the credit for giving us our most common definition. Supposedly, he defined insanity as “doing the same thing over and over and expecting different results.” No offense to Albert Einstein…