“When there’s an elephant in the room, you can’t pretend it isn’t there and just discuss the ants.” — Ellen Wittlinger
This is my first ever article where I put the word “I” in evidence, as focus on readers is my main mission. But with the hard times we are all going through during this pandemic, I felt that giving a cookie-cutter solution to very personal problems wasn’t fair.
Today, I just want to draw attention to what has been my process over the last six months to dealing with negative emotions while I’m sitting in front of a computer trying to code. …
Understand how humans work and honestly use that to your advantage.
Have you ever read How to Win Friends and Influence People? It’s an incredible, timeless bestseller which I believe reveals the only secret you must know about to be the best communicator you can be.
Do you know what this secret is?
What if I told you that it’s something that can turn your personal and business relationships for the better? Or, as you will learn in this article, to show you how to become a respected, loved professional in your office?
It’s the same secret that the author mentions being behind the personal fame of a guy like Roosevelt. Or the economic fortune of the Scottish, king of steel, Andrew Carnegie. …
“My colleague hands are flying over my keyboard, as he is visiting me at my workstation to help with some bugs. …