Learn about what one of them has to say here. Source: McKinsey article from June 2020.
Hi there! Today is Sunday and in the morning, specially when I wake up earlier than the rest of the family and it’s raining outside, I start thinking about my projects and about my life. My daughter has just got her dream job! And it is an exercise of gratitude with life and a recognitionContinue reading “Quote of the Day”
Viktor Frankl shows very simply why we should always see in others and in ourselves the best version available and possible. It’s the second time I’ve watched this video and I could repeat it more times, as a positive reminder for me and others.
One of the aspects people use to value the most is work life balance. 40% out of 30.000 global workers interviewed by “The Future of Work and Cities” (a study from WeWork and The Aspen Institute) gave this feedback, comparing to 33% who mentioned salary or 28% who mentioned benefits as the most important aspects. TheseContinue reading “What is Most Important for You at work?”
Are you curious? We can always learn from History! Please check the article here.
Next week I will be taking part of a virtual classroom from a British philosopher, Alain de Botton. In his website, there are a lot of questions or considerations on subjects that might interest you as well, for example: “We have moved from devising tools for simple aspects of survival to tools that address ourContinue reading “When Does a Work Mean Happiness?”
There are many quotes from Goethe I love, one of them is as below:
This is the amount of hours or the number of years you will be probably working during your entire life. Have you thought about these numbers that will define your work life until you will be able to retire? If so, how should these hours be spent? Probably with joy, isn’t it? For some timeContinue reading “80,000 hours or 40 years”