No matter what industry you work in, being productive is likely an important part of it. While you probably already know this, it’s often much easier said than done.
While we may not be engaging in labor as physically punishing as those who made it through the industrial era, it’s a mistake to assume that all is sunny and roses in the modern working world. Burnout has become a serious risk in offices of all types and sizes.
This article has been contributed by Aatish Khanna
. Aatish works with the Content Marketing team at Money Club – a digital chit fund platform that makes saving, borrowing, and investing your money more efficient. He writes on topics to help his readers understand processes so they can make better financial decisions. He’s the go-to person that his family, friends, and colleagues turn to for all their money matters. He loves to play board games and aspires to one day build his one finance-related board game and app.
Debt is money that is borrowed and is meant to be repaid. When you’re unable to repay it (for whatever reason), you can end up in a debt trap that’s difficult to escape.
Most of us want to be a success– and the very reason you’ve likely clicked on this article is that you want to be, too.
This article has been written by woodworking Pete Alman. Pete is a former carpenter turned writer, and proud resident of Nashville, Tennessee. When he is not working on a project in his shed, he is lifting weights or hanging out with his three dogs (Dobermans).
Success is something that everyone wants to find. It’s only natural that a bright-eyed entrepreneur wants their new startup to succeed or a seasoned CEO wants to continue to run their business on a successful course. How do you find this success?
When it comes to business, you’re good. You know that you have a natural business mind, and that works out well for you. But do you apply your entrepreneurial mindset to your money as well?
Do you want to become a better leader? One area that’s worth you spending time improving upon throughout your career is your leadership skills. You not only want to be a hard worker and perform to the best of your ability each day, but you should also strive to be a strong leader.