Somewhere along the lines, hustling turned into something we have glorified, idolized and imitated. Enough is enough. It’s time to hang up the hustle and opt for a healthier, happier future of living.
Fresh insights and perspectives from real people around work, life and self.
With 17 HR Tech Conferences under his belt, SPOTLYFE CEO Josh Schwede reflects on how 2022 was different.
It’s no surprise that big moments can have a big impact. Like the time I almost died! That kind of experience will shift your perspective a bit. And oh, how about the second time I almost died? The first was during a bike ride when my heart spiked to 280 bpm; I was by myself… Small Changes, Big Impact
While organizations can post their values and proclaim what they want their culture to be, in reality culture stems from the daily interactions and cadences in your organization, which are set in large part by managers. It’s time to acknowledge that managers are caught between a rock and hard place. They have to lead by example, but they’re overwhelmed and overworked themselves. It’s time to start showing managers some love, so they can create cultures where people thrive.
With countless studies trying to explain why people quit their jobs during the great resignation, can we find a common theme that brings real understanding?
There are so many pressures surrounding us, pushing us to have it all, be it all and do it all. It’s exhausting but more importantly, it’s unattainable. It’s time to stop living our lives based on what others say is important and start creating the lives we really want.
If getting hustled is a bad thing, why is hustling considered good in the workplace?
For too long, our jobs have dictated what our lives look like day-to-day. How might your life be different if you flipped that script and started choosing to put your life first? What would that look like in real life?
Looking back at the good old days is easy, but how do you know you’re in the good old days before they’re gone?
Hustle culture is all around us, pushing us to take on more and do it all. So how you do know when it’s gone too far? And what can you do to turn things around?