When does networking become not working? An interesting question that really bothers me as the number of conferences, forums, seminars and workshops devoted to startups and entrepreneurship continue to grow.
Keep on running. That’s one of our many mantras, especially among the Starttech runners crowd within the company.
‘Twas the night before Christmas, when all through the co-working space, not an entrepreneur or startupper was stirring. Not even the clicking of a mouse (or tapping of a keyboard) could be heard.
Working in or running a startup can be a demanding and draining experience, on both body and mind. The danger of burn-out is clear and present. This is why personal well-being should always be a top priority.
What if I told you that having a side hustle can boost your productivity and performance in your “day job”? If I’m guessing right, you might find that hard to believe. After all, isn’t the idea of a side hustle to eventually quit your main job and turn it into your own little – or big – startup?
Just like the way to a man’s heart is invariably through the stomach (anyone who contests otherwise is simply wrong), the art to living well involves the same journey. The latter is a simple question of personal well-being. Starttech announces partnership with dia-trofis.gr was last modified: October 9th, 2018 by Graham Wood
“To love oneself is the start of a lifelong romance.” Oscar Wilde’s famous quote can often be taken out of context. But the fundamental meaning still holds true.
How can you fit learning into your daily schedule? Actually this is the wrong question. Learning should be part of your daily routine, especially at work.
Change. It can be awkward. Uncomfortable. Terrifying even. But in the end it’s the only constant in life. It’s always around the corner.
How often do you laugh at work? If the answer is “not a lot”, then it’s time to fix that and make your office a happy workplace.