Positive Body language is an asset at work. Communication is 20 percent verbal and 80 percent non-verbal. So projecting positivity and confidence relies greatly on what your body is saying. And many co-workers and managers are more likely to believe your non-verbal communication than your verbal communication. Does yours align?
You may be conscious of your poor employee body language or not. But rest assured, your body language is noticed by all. Many of whom will assume your body language represents your true feelings regardless of what you communicate verbally.
Not everyone who uses these terms has a poor work attitude. But that may not be the impression you give your co-workers and managers when you say them.
Are you going to fix up your home for its sale? Certain home improvements add value, whereas others will not create a return on your investments. Find out which home improvement provide ROI and which do not, right here.
Have you made a list of things you will not negotiate when you are going to buy a house? You may have a mental list, but have you written them down. This tip and several others will help you if you are a first-time home buyer.
Millennials have surpassed baby boomers as the most populous generation. Therefore, businesses must adapt to the good things and the bad that millennials bring to the workplace. But as this post shows, the advantages are numerous.
Listen closely to your gut feelings. Do they indicate that certain of your work relationships make you feel uncomfortable or disrespected? If so, you may want to evaluate if you need to create stronger work boundaries.
There is a major difference between a boss and a workplace leader. Leaders are inspirational. Bosses are just someone you report to. To be considered a leader, here are some of the behaviors you want to steer clear of.
Are the stereotypes of millennials true? Are they excessively entitled? Maureen Judge, the director and producer of My Millennial life set out to explore millennial stereotypes, as well as the dreams and aspirations of this extraordinary generation.
You are going to have a baby. You have plenty of planning to do: Baby showers, potential schools, preparing the nursery, and preparing yourself for three hours of sleep. Everything seems to be discussed except for finances. Without deep, anticipatory discussions and planning you may be walking headlong into any number of common financial mistakes new parents often make.