In November 2016, I read an article posted in a Facebook group of social media lovers. This article, Quit Social Media. Your Career May Depend On It, was written by Cal Newport, author of several books including Deep Work and So Good They Can’t Ignore You: Why Skills Trump Passion in the Quest for Work You Love.
After reading the article about quitting social media, as well as the book Deep Work, »
Back in October, Weaving Influence signed on to be an Ambassador for the You Matter Marathon, a worldwide project in which participants each distributed a “You Matter” card every day in November with the goal of creating and enriching positive connections between people and within communities. Cheryl Rice of Your Voice Your Vision conceived and implemented this project.
In case you did not see the video created to promote the You »
Today is Giving Tuesday, something that may be obvious from the stream of emails flooding your inbox soliciting donations. Giving Tuesday, explained on its website as “a global day of giving fueled by the power of social media and collaboration,” is considered by many to be the kick-off of the charitable season. Celebrated on the Tuesday following Thanksgiving in the U.S., and following Black Friday and Cyber Monday, it »
Are you and your coworkers ready for Boss’s Day?
If you plan to buy a card, make lunch reservations, or order flowers, get moving because the big day is Monday, October 17.
My Boss’s Day Memory
One of my favorite keepsakes from my previous job is a boss’s day card from the people I supervised. Ironically, shortly after I was given this card, I was laterally transferred to a position in which I »
How many words have been spoken to you in your lifetime? How many words have you said to other people? Impossible to count, right?
There are two words which stand out from the rest. They can be said by a boss, a co-worker, a friend, family member, acquaintance or stranger. What are these two words?
How can these words make a difference?
They Make Us Want to Spread Joy
My daughter did the »