#workstubs 2

You don’t “manage” change, you make the space for it to happen.

Work is a verb (you do it), a noun (it’s a place where you do it, wherever that place may be), and an adjective (it describes some things and actions) – we make most sense of it where they all join up.

PowerPoint is only crap if what you say with it is crap – have a better story, and tell it well.

Unless you’re Google, you’re not Google – stop trying to be, and stop wishing you were.

All professions are made up of bits of other professions – our skill is made up of the skills of others.

The best thing to do in a pause….. is pause.

The only reason to wear a suit and tie to work is because you want to.

If you think social media is a waste of time, it’s doubtful anyone knows you think so.

Introvert, extrovert, it’s all a distraction. It’s about what you have to offer, not what you have to say.

A mirror is the only motivational poster you will ever need.

Few people are as prepared as they appear, but those that appear most prepared prepare to appear so.

When you need a desk, there is no better answer than a desk. Not everything needs radical reappraisal.

If you think about a problem as a solution you haven’t found yet, you are more likely to find a solution.

We only seem able to declare the beginning of an idea as the end of another – yet ideas begin in a mess, and hide in the shadows when we have no need of them.

Work cannot exist without the meaning you give it.

 

One thought on “#workstubs 2

  1. Great post again. Think you slipped into The Riddler here – ‘If you think about a problem as a solution you haven’t found yet, you are more likely to find a solution.’ – made my brain hurt a bit at this time of night!

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