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Who says we can’t be entrepreneurs while working for a company?

Entrepreneur’s common traits: owns something fully, loses sleep, time and money working on things, brings personal belongings to work, will do everything to make sure the project launches.

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Managers and companies, by nature, are usually fair to their people (play along, I know it’s not always true). We all get the same treatment, benefits, evaluations, raises. Read the rest of this entry »

My (now) ex boss asked me earlier: “So how does it feel, leaving your first job?”
I corrected her, “My first company, you mean? This is my third job in this company.”

To put it simply, it’s like a breakup. Read the rest of this entry »

I’ve just been very busy recently, so I haven’t been able to write as often as I want. I’m working on (too) many things at work, and working on things outside work, too.

I’m now multitasking more than I ever have, in my whole life. Emphasis on the Massively Multitasking in the blog title, then. Lol. Read the rest of this entry »

Innovation is such a big buzz word nowadays. New age leaders claim it’s the what will keep companies afloat in this time and age. In the last year, so many leaders, writers and thinkers have used the word as often as they brush their teeth at night. Even I’m guilty of it (I brush my teeth every night).
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In all the books I’ve read about business and leadership I found one common theme — be willing to learn.

This had always been just a generic lesson to me, but now I understand more than ever how important it is to keep wanting to learn. Losing the drive to learn has very scary results. One result that I’ve found is that in the workplace, people who stop learning are the ones who end up getting trapped in a routine.
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I think I’ve been misunderstanding work for a little over a year now. After finishing a few books, having lots of talks with officemates and friends and drawing on personal experience, I now understand a little more on how it is to work.

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