What do you stand against?

. Or how focusing on what a company has in common with you may not the best starting point to find a team that really suits you best “Airline passengers & all customers don’t deserve to be treated like numbers on a balance sheet & cattle in a cabin“. So wrote Richard Branson on Twitter,…

One problem with time

. Many people have a problem with time; they can’t fit all they want to do in it. In truth, the real problem isn’t in “not having enough time”. Why? Because it’s about choices. The ones you make. As Jon Morrow puts it: “Whenever anyone complains about not having enough time, what they are actually…

What are your standards to do your best work?

. You never hear someone say “I quit my job because I couldn’t set priorities in my work”. Usually people quit for something they often overlook in choosing a job “Before I started this job, I said I didn’t understand why anyone would quit mid-year. But being in it, you realize how long a year…

You will never be bias-free

. Biases aren’t like gluten. They can’t be extracted and trashed. In a way, it’s a positive. More than the negatives that tend to surround a bias. “All biases are bad”, “We should always be rational and impartial”, “Biases are proof of someone’s ignorance”. In different ways, biases don’t let anyone being indifferent. Often times,…

On finding a workplace you belong to

. Finding a workplace you belong to is hard. Even more when you’re treated as a disposable seat filler. Not a valuable contributor. When this happen, switching workplace is probably your best option. Unless you think your butt can take a little (if not a lot of) unnecessary pain. Here’s why. “Show up on time”,…