All posts tagged culture

Categories

The Truth About Remote Working

Categories: Culture, News
Comments Off on The Truth About Remote Working

I can almost guarantee how the conversation is going to play out after someone asks me, “What do you do?” So [more]

How Social Media is Sucking the Life Out of Your Social Life

Categories: Culture, News
Comments Off on How Social Media is Sucking the Life Out of Your Social Life

Facebook states as its “mission” on its own Facebook page to “Give people the power to build community and bring the [more]

Why You’re Doing Leisure All Wrong

Categories: News, Our Thinking
Comments Off on Why You’re Doing Leisure All Wrong

We’re masters of work but are clueless when it comes to leisure. We’re so bad at it we look to [more]

Trust, or the lack thereof it, makes and breaks more deals and relationships than anything else. If it could be [more]

You think it’s just a rough patch and things will get better. That your boss will suddenly realise how much [more]

Can you imagine if people spoke to you in real life in the same manner and style they write web [more]

The reasons to go freelance are indisputable. It’s technologically possible, much better for your health and bank balance, not to [more]

Over the past few months, work has been tedious and energy-sapping, everyone around me has been seemingly fighting against me, [more]

Entry 1: 6.55am: Wake up, snooze alarm, drift back asleep while scrolling Twitter. Wake again, turn off alarm. Lie in [more]

Ask someone what coworking is and they’ll no doubt shoot back something like “working from a shared office space with [more]

Until I read David Graeber’s essay, On the Phenomenon of Bullshit Jobs, I thought all my previous jobs qualified for [more]

Enough has been said about how great remote working is. We know it can broaden your talent pool, save you money, [more]

If you drop ship pyjamas via Amazon FBA, run a beauty haul Youtube channel, flip websites, develop mobile productivity apps, [more]

There’s a multi-limbed, polydextrous being in Buddhism known as Kannon that’s one of the most widely worshipped divinities in Asia and Japan. [more]

Waking up at the crack of dawn to spend your day in a dull, grey office building. Putting in 50-hour [more]

As if just waking up from a hazy dream and shaking off the grogginess of FOMO, we’ve finally decided to [more]

Nice view, but not a great place for working It’s 9am. I’m sitting outside a lakeside cafe in Mayan Village [more]

Unlike the Pat Flynns’, Brian Clarks’, and Tim Ferriss’ of days gone by, very few people or brands will ever [more]

LinkedIn is unique among big social networks as it is the only one to have single-handedly dominated its market. After [more]

When I quit the 9-5, I also quit interviews, meetings, small talk, deadlines (for the most part), and above all, [more]