To get people back to work, they need to be happy with their work. Their are five things employers should always be doing to keep employees happy and they REALLY need to be doing it with those that left and never returned because of the Pandemic.
Another show inspired by Discovery Plus, this time it's about their business practices. Hear how the Big company stomps on little production houses.
Have you ever watched TV and thought: I could do that, and, you know what, I want to do that! That's how I felt about the (X) Life shows on Discovery Plus, well until I looked a little deeper!
Pets, or getting pets, is a big part of new relationships. It's such a big point, we have to ask ourselves, is it unavoidable?
The question isn't do need to continue to learn for the rest of your life. We all do. The real question is: What is your plan?
In life we work to get paid, to have a roof over our heads and to put food on the table. Sometimes, even later in life, it's a good idea to work for free, because we want to, because of what we will learn. Because it's a passon of ours!
Often people get fixated on having, or not having a degree, i.e. the piece of paper. Is a degree really that important to have? What else is involved in getting a job beyond the piece of paper?
When you look for a job, the emotions involved can be intense with very high high's and very low low's. Why are they so intense? What can you do about them? That's the point of today's show.
Happy 4th of July!!
Big birthdays can be big problems or big opportunities. On the problem side, we stress about getting older. On the opportunity side, we can look back and appreciate how far we have come and everything we have learned. I'm taking my 50th birthday as an opportunity and I'm sharing what I've learned after a half century. There is some good stuff here, so listen and enjoy!
This episode will be released on a major milestone birthday of mine. It's fitting that the episode is all about legacy, what others have left behind before me and what I'm leaving behind for those that come after me.