Let’s start by stating the obvious: open offices matter.
After all, there’s plenty of achieving and believing that goes on when the work environment is open and accessible to all.
Equally, however, there remains the risk of losing time, energy, motivation, and patience when the productivity ratio—you know, output over input—is off.
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Emojis are life! Literally. Anyone who begs to differ clearly isn’t aware that emoji users around the world manage to share upwards of 6 billion emojis per day. That’s a lot of emoji power. The quiet strength of these everybody-friendly picture characters lies in their multifunctionality. Not to mention, they’re super relatable and relative to the human experience.
2018 is almost here, and let’s face it, there is a lot of pressure to set goals—or at least attempt to. While personal and professional motivations for goal-setting vary, the data shows us that they tend to work, when done right. In fact, when we are thoughtful about the way we set goals, we thrive on the motivation they provide.