#Grindworthy: March 22, 2012
Keep it Simple
Overwhelmed with work at work? Do you have too many things to accomplish and not enough bandwidth to get everything done? Leo Babauta has thirteen little things you can do to make a big impact on your day.
Being a control freak ups your productivity
There are times when being a control freak may be a negative, but that isn’t the case when you’re a free radical. In order to be successful as your own boss, you need to be in control. In this article, Ann Smarty shows you how being a control freak is beneficial for productivity.
Where is the trust?
When the economy was hurt, so was the trust that employees have for their employers. No longer able to provide comfort and consistency, employers had to break unwritten promises and make changes. Now, with things looking up, how do companies re-establish trust?
Cut your hours, cut your stress
What’s the problem with working more than 40 hours a week? In more time you can get more done, right? That is, if you can avoid the burn out. Jessica Stillman breaks down the history of the 40 hour work week and why 40 hours is really the best for your sanity and career.
Make culture part of your strategy
Fast company asked the question: which is more important, culture or strategy? According to Rachel Sklar of Change the Ratio, that was the wrong question all together.