More companies are offering remote work as the advantages of this situation for both employers and employees becomes more readily apparent. Still, there are some misconceptions about this type of situation that are putting many people off.
Discussions surrounding diversity and inclusion are now front and center, dominating conversations not only in boardroom but around the dinner table. And, with these conversations comes the hope that positive change can come not only to the country, put to our workplaces as well.
The often artificial distinction between a “corporate” work style and the more fanciful “start-up” style is at least an entertaining way to evaluate the potential for productivity.
While all entrepreneurs are business owners, the reverse cannot be true. There’s a unique mindset that defines an entrepreneur, which sets him apart from the majority of established business owners. By taking the time to understand these traits, it’s easier to understand what it really takes to achieve success as a beginning entrepreneur.
Some people are eager to answer in the affirmative no matter what the inquiry is. Maybe you’re a people-pleaser, or just like taking on new tasks for the experience. While both of these approaches to life can yield many benefits, it’s important to ask yourself certain questions before agreeing to any commitments.
In the work world, no matter if you’re an entrepreneur and the status of your business relies on you, or whether you’re an employee and it feels like you never leave your office, sometimes the most important thing to do is simply rest.