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Decluttering is hard. If it weren’t, we’d all be perfectly organised, with all the space we need — but one thing that stops many of us is the worry that if we sell, trash or donate an item, we may need it someday. Over at Unclutterer, they suggest when we run up against that wall, we ask ourselves a simple question.
When you’re surrounded by jerks, it’s hard to keep from turning into one yourself. To stay calm in the face of someone else’s tantrum, find their “pin”.
Imposter syndrome is complicated. Sure, it’s not always a bad thing, but it can get in the way and keep you from doing stuff, which is annoying. Here’s something to think about next time you feel like an imposter: you have the advantage of a fresh perspective.
If you want to find success in the tech space, you need to get noticed first. This is easier said than done when you happen to be an introvert. Networking, marketing and cementing business relationships all involve a great deal of social interaction, usually in unfamiliar environments filled with noise and strangers. Fortunately, there are various tactics you can employ to make your path to success somewhat smoother. This infographic lists 13 famously introverted tech leaders and the strategies they employed to get ahead.
Even the busiest worker suffers from low self-motivation every once in a while. Maybe it’s been too long since your last holiday or maybe that work project you poured your heart and soul into failed miserably. Whatever the reason, you need to buck up before it starts affecting your performance. This infographic explains 10 tried-and-tested methods that will help to stay motivated.