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Some unprecedented events are happening right now.
In history, we have never seen so many massive layoffs in such a short period of time. We are all aware that we’re facing inflation and the market hasn’t been great, but firing …
Being introspective is key to being a better worker – but it certainly doesn’t come easy to everyone.
The Stanford Encyclopedia of Philosophy defines introspection as “learning about one’s own currently ongoing, or perhaps very recently past, mental states or processes.”
So you’ve been laid off – welcome to the club.
This year alone, hundreds of thousands of startup workers have been let go from their jobs. So you may not be part of a company anymore, but you’re still in good …
We’ve all sat through ineffective brainstorming sessions. Maybe you’ve experienced one where you came up with dozens of great ideas but left without a plan of action – and never heard about any of those ideas again. Or perhaps your team …
Let’s say you’ve taken on a project at your company.
While you’re the project lead, you also have several peers who are senior to you on your team. Since they have more years of experience than you do, you’re concerned …