Hard-working is a quality that everyone wants to state in their resume, but do you know what being a hard worker means? Every hard-working person possesses a host of qualities that set them apart from others, and science says that working hard on a challenging project can even make you
Work can be a little overwhelming sometimes, especially if you receive hundreds of emails and messages a day while trying to get work done. And even if you achieve all of your goals in one workday, how can you keep it up the next day or evaluate your long-term goals?
“I’m not a people person,” – introverts often say when they avoid going to parties or meeting new people. Every introvert can relate to the feeling of exhaustion after hanging out with a big group or going to a party where they don’t know a lot of people. Introverts get
The traditional work environment involves communicating with your coworkers and clients almost on a daily basis; apart from sitting in front of your computer for long hours, it is a norm that you physically come to work, go to your desk, attend a meeting or two, talk to your colleagues
Working with different groups of people is the norm. Many would claim that work gets done easier, and more work gets accomplished when working with a team. However, this doesn’t work for everyone. Working with a team needs constant communication with your team members to achieve the same desired result.
Working from home is great! You have so much more freedom, and is there anything better than being able to decide your own schedule? Well, as many people who work from home can attest to, setting your own schedule is one thing, but actually following it is another. Sometimes
Deadlines have become so synonymous with work that it has become a much-dreaded term when you think about big projects. But, deadlines don’t have to be stressful or overwhelming. It is a useful concept that helps you prioritise your tasks and create a sense of urgency to help you become
Remote workers don’t want to return to the office full-time when normalcy returns, survey finds 98 % of remote workers say that they enjoy working from home, and no remote worker wants to return to the office full-time when the pandemic is over, a new survey by Working Den finds.
“Deadline” is a much-dreaded term when it comes to working. The mere mention of a deadline can instil a sense of stress, urgency, and anxiety in everyone. However, there is a reason deadlines are so important in almost every company. They can be beneficial to motivate you and push you
Most people were born with the capability to hear, but the ability to listen takes time and practice to learn. While effective listening is a valuable skill both at work and in your personal life, it is often underappreciated. In professional and interpersonal relationships, everyone wants to feel heard
Low days are inevitable. You didn’t get to watch your favorite show; you weren’t able to get the promotion you have been eyeing; that bag you have always wanted is now sold out; you got scolded at work―these are just some natural happenings that can instantly put people feeling sad
Having a daily routine may sound monotonous and rigid after all, shouldn’t life be fun and spontaneous? But in our chaotic lives, having a solid daily schedule that blocks time for eating, working, exercising, and relaxation can ensure you get enough sleep, healthy meals, and maintain your productivity and mental