Oh hello, there! Yes, I’m back with my second Sunday Reads post. I’m hella proud of myself of both reading these articles and sharing them with you. I hope these materials will help you in your goals this June!
This Sunday I have materials about online classes, surviving an active shooter, morning routines, online presence, and work spaces. Read up!
Aside from learning new things in your workplace, you can also learn fun and new things online. The internet has a spectrum of things to learn (it’s what it’s known for) and this is important because you can add more to your list of skills. Plus, you get to learn without the pressure of the presence of a teacher. You can learn at your own pace! I’m eyeing on the Personal Finance class, how about you?
In light of recent events here in Manila, I think it’s best for all of us to be alert whenever we’re at a public place. You can never be too sure these days. If you do encounter an active shooter, it’s best to evacuate the place immediately. If it’s not possible to run, hide. If that’s not feasible as well–fight.
Here I am again with my obsession to the morning routine. A morning routine applies for both office and coffice dwellers. I find it essential so I can set my mind to achieving my daily goals. In a nutshell, this is what the article says:
For best results: Spend 20% of your energy on your work and 80% of your energy on recovery and self-improvement. When you’re getting high quality recovery, you’re growing. When you’re continually honing your mental model, the quality and impact of your work continually increases. This is what psychologists call, “Deliberate Practice.” It’s not about doing more, butbetter training. It’s about being strategic and results-focused, not busyness-focused.
You can’t deny, social media is the shiznit right now. All brands are spending thousands of dollars for clicks and you know what? That includes YOU. Yes, you are your own brand and your online presence can make or break you. Make sure when your future employer types your name on Google they’ll like what they see. Click the article to know how to establish and maintain your online presence.
I may be the #cofficehunter but I definitely still work at home (or on special occasions, at coworking spaces.) I work at home on days I need optimum internet connection–or when I just can’t be bothered to go out that day. With that said, I prefer my work space to look neat and conducive for my work!
Which of these articles did you find most interesting? What do you want to read about next? Let me know in the comments below!