The #MeToo movement has taken the world by a storm and for all the right reasons. Finally, women from all walks of life are coming together and speaking up against the sexual misconduct they’ve experienced over the years at the workplace.
I have written several articles about moving through the difficult transition that we are finding ourselves in as we move into the cyber-enhanced world we are increasingly seeing around us. The reality that I see is that the rigidity of the most powerful organizations around us is going to cause unnecessary pain and suffering to untold millions before we fully emerge into the future that is now in plain sight.
Today's business world is creating opportunities for young entrepreneurs like never before. Young people from all over the world are increasingly showing interest to become a business owner. According to a survey conducted by the Kauffman Foundation, the idea of starting a business over other career choices has risen amongst young adults in the past few years, particularly for 18-25 year olds.
We all have habits - some good, some bad. And, some really annoying ones. The problem is not with having those good, bad or annoying habits. The problem is not realizing when these habits become the cause of our downfall. And, we are not even aware of them.
Human beings are creatures of habit. Habits shape our life, from bad to good and from good to better until we reach the best. However, keeping company with bad habits could also mean the cycle gets reversed and you start to move in the opposite direction.
What it is like to be the only woman in a team? During my training period, I’ve been the only women in the class and I was quite normal with it. But now when I am working as a Marketing manager at ProofHub - a project management software for teahms, I have had an experience with someone for whom it was pretty much unusual to work in a room where the majority was of males.
The one thing that a business owner wants from its staff is to come up with innovative ideas and execute them in a way that takes the business a notch higher.