Our daily lives have built-in narrative arcs.
Source: "The Attention Deficit Workplace" by Mitch Thrower
Contributed by: Mitch
When relating a story at work, think of ways to make what you have to say interesting and compelling.
In today’s fast-paced work environment, many around you will try to consume your time and attention, while making sure you know they do not have any time for you.
If you need to make a point, try mentally rehearsing what you are going to say.
Google is the new Big Brother.
Google has the search-engine goods on just about everyone.
People will pay particular attention to what other people say about you, even though it often means nothing.
Take the time to post things online that you want the world to see, and what you want the world to know about you.
Google is free PR. Make it work for you.
In certain corporate situations, you may find that people too often agree to things that they don’t have the authority to implement.
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