Un karta pa Kòrsou
You don’t just pay for what you can see
Mi Dushi Kòrsou,
Delaster tempu ku mi ta kòmbersando ku bo yunan mi a ripará ku hopi a bin pèrdè e palabra ku nos ta yama fe. Bo yunan a kuminsá pèrdè fe den yen komponente ku huntu ta forma e dushi isla ku nos tur stima kual ta abo. Bo yunan ta pèrdè fe den bo ekonomia, tin asta den bo gobièrnu, pero esun ku ta duel mi mas tantu, ta ku tin di bo yunan ta pèrdè fe den nan propio rumannan. E delaster kos ku bo yunan por pèrdè fe den dje, ta den nan rumannan (e pueblo). Ta bo pueblo ta forma bo i hasi bo e dushi isla ku bo ta. Ora mi sinta pensa riba esaki, mi ta ripará ku nos reto di mas grandi ku nos tin nos dilanti aworaki, ta pa restourá e Fe bèk den mi rumannan. Sí, mi ta bisa NOS pasó ta ami, abo i mi rumannan huntu tin ku hasié.
Knocking over the right pins
Since the beginning of time, there’s been a battle that’s still going on. What battle, you may ask? It’s the battle between creators and consumers. HUH?? Yes, you read that correctly: the battle merely focuses on what creators see and what consumers see, and it all comes down to the price of the final product or service. All of us must have said at least one of these things before: “Wow, the price is too high!”; or, “Can I get a discount?”; or, “I don’t see why it’s so expensive.” I must admit, I’ve said each one of them at least five times in my life, and that was before I started calling myself a graphic designer.
Is Your Culture Helping or Hurting You?
In the business world, you decide consciously whether or not to communicate, your message, and your medium. However, the decision to communicate itself is a message. Whatever action you take, it says something about you. Even if you remain silent, you are saying something. From this perspective, it is not possible to not communicate. So, we’re better off if we choose to communicate properly. Now, I’m not here to tell you how to formulate communication messages (at least not this time). This blog is more about the basic factors you need to focus on when choosing communication channels.
Words: Powerful weapons in the hands of great leaders!
Some might say that life’s too short for reading bad books, sitting in long meetings, and drinking bad wine (there are a million more examples that I could mention, but I’ll leave it at three so you won't say that life’s too short to read this blog post). If you asked us to fill in the blank for Life’s too short to… We would put “foster a bad culture.”
Our Wake Up Call to a Healthier Lifestyle
How do your team members feel when they leave your office? Do you manage to motivate them and help them build their confidence with the words you use? Or are you an expert in breaking them down into pieces, causing them to become more insecure with each day? As a leader, you have a great responsibility when communicating with others. And if you want to become a great leader, you will need to take this responsibility seriously. The way you communicate with people may mark them forever...
The Invasion of the Time Stealers
Here are 5 things we did to promote a healthy lifestyle among our colleagues.
How Drinking 10 Glasses Of Water A Day Boosted My Productivity
Lis-Marina went on a search for ways to track down her time stealers and prevent them from stealing her time again. She shares the techniques that she's found most helpful when it comes to improving time management.
How to Deal with Millennials in the Workforce
I’ve always read articles about the benefits of drinking enough fluids a day but never took them seriously. I never believed the hype about drinking water. I’m a person that loves to challenge myself to try out new stuff so that I can have an opinion for myself based on my experience. So the best way to test the hype about drinking enough fluids is trying it out myself. Here's how it went...
Are we measuring what truly matters?
In this ever-changing world, one thing that we don't realize that is changing and changing drastically is our workforce and especially our work culture and environment. Us, the younger generation (millennials) are taking over the workforce but for the managers and supervisors who mostly are in a higher position than us who are just stepping into the workplace it can be really hard to deal with us especially since we have different looks and perceptions of work and how to deal with work. But to better understand it all we must see it from both perspectives.
Lately, we Millennials have been asking ourselves some important questions: ‘What is the deciding factor when choosing a place to work?’ In my office, the most common answers are, ‘A place where I feel at home’ or, ‘A place where I can grow and be happy.’ These answers don’t mention money. Instead, they center on a healthy corporate culture. Why do my peers and I have different job expectations than previous generations? Is this a sign of some shift in generational attitudes? Are we approaching the first dawn of a new age?