The blues is what you get when you become part of someone else’s plan in life.
Life is about obstacles. Our lives are not determined by what happens to us, but how we react to what happens. Baseball is just a game. You should always play the game with passion, play the game with heart, and play the game you love, and possibly one day your dreams can come true just like mine did.
Wade Boggs – during his induction ceremony into the Baseball Hall of Fame
And yet another reason why Paul George signed with the OKC Thunder.
Source article here.
- I can’t learn new things.
- I am less productive.
- I take more time off sick.
- I will retire and leave the organization.
- I am overqualified.
For obvious reasons I loved this article.
The stereotypes of older workers persist. May you live long enough to understand the truth.
- I learn something new every day.
- I am as productive in my work currently as I was years ago.
- I haven’t taken a sick day off in years.
- I will eventually retire and leave but not just yet, and
- YES I AM OVERQUALIFIED. You’re getting a helluva lot of experience and expertise CHEAP.
On the other hand, research from Cornell University finds that remote workers are at greater risk for feeling personally and professionally isolated than their in-office colleagues. Social isolation has been associated with significant increases in both mortality risk and risk for a heart attack or stroke. More research had tied social isolation to depression and problems sleeping.
Nice article from Time online. Read it here.
I’ve been working from home since 2006. I totally get the social isolation aspect.
Fortunately the social isolation negatives are mitigated by my commute.
It takes me less than a minute after leaving the office to grab a beer from the fridge.
I figured this stuff out back in 2001 when I took a position in Oklahoma City.
Nice to see the young folks are figuring it out too.
Great article. Read it here.
Illustration source Bigthink.com
Makes sense to me.