With 17 HR Tech Conferences under his belt, SPOTLYFE CEO Josh Schwede reflects on how 2022 was different.
Fresh insights and perspectives from real people around work, life and self.
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
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.
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?
In a world where being busy is seen as a status symbol, it’s easy to think more is better. But if enough is never really enough, are you just setting yourself up to fail?
If you think hustle culture is confined to work, think again. It turns out we’re getting hustled from all angles. And it’s time to put that to an end.
Social conditioning has taught us to treat work as a lover, prioritizing it above all other things, including our own lives. How do we say “let’s just be friends” to work?
Slowing down to speed up. It sounds counterintuitive, especially for a sales team, but it’s exactly what’s needed to keep sellers sharp.
We’ve all heard the phrase – “work hard, play hard” – maybe you’ve even said it yourself. But what price do we pay for this obsession with work? It’s worse that you might think.