Many busy working parents(BWP) (and we can’t think of three words that go better together) have children on school vacation next week, so today we bring you advice and support around how we all manage to get any work done, given that parenting is pretty much a full-time job, and for decades.
Any great organization requires outstanding people working together to fulfill that organization’s mission and vision. At WeSpire we are extremely fortunate to have a number of amazing colleagues, all working to bring purpose to employees at companies large and small around the world.
Yesterday, part of the WeSpire team hit the road to provide a few hours of our time to a local charity Cradles to Crayons. Cradles to Crayons provides children from birth to age 12, who live in low-income and homeless situations with the essential items they need to thrive at home, at school and at play. All of this work is done for free by engaging and connecting communities “that have” with communities “that need”.
People have learned that Davos is more than a Swiss resort, it’s where the World Economic Forum (@WEF) hosts an annual conference of world leaders. The 2016 event, “The Fourth Industrial Revolution,” concluded over the weekend.
One of the endlessly handy tips you’re likely to pick up in a yoga class is the concept of Monkey Mind. For most of us, it’s a painfully familiar visual: monkeys jumping around in your brain, mischievously distracting you from thought to thought—and making it practically impossible to sustain focus, never mind a brilliant idea.