“In an information-rich world, the wealth of information means a dearth of something else: a scarcity of whatever it is that information consumes. What information consumes is rather obvious: it consumes the attention of its recipients. Hence a wealth of information creates a poverty of attention and a need to allocate that attention efficiently among the overabundance of information sources that might consume it.”
A shovel is just a shovel. You shovel things with it. You can break up weeds and dirt. (You can also whack someone with it.) I’m not sure I’ve seen a shovel used for much else. Continue reading “Don’t Let Your (Technology) Tools Use You”
The world is filled with people who, no matter what you do, no matter what you try, will simply not like you. But the world is also filled with those who will love you fiercely. The ones who love you: they are your People.
Don’t waste your finite time and heart trying to convince the people who aren’t your people that have value. They will miss it completely.
Continue reading “A cup of Tea, you are NOT”
I don’t know but I noticed this somehow…
What is Trust?
Trust is that feeling you can rely on other people to be honest, fair, and respectful. Issues arise when the trust you have placed in others gets destroyed. You may have taken the risk of trusting another person but it has gone badly. You feel hurt, betrayed, and scared to trust again.
Trust is about believing that other people will behave as you expect. And, that they will act in an appropriate way. Trust comes into play in relationships between individuals. Social trust also applies to everyone as part of larger groups. Continue reading “Trust Issues: What They Are and How To Deal With Them specially at work?”
Your reaction was always the same: Get away as quickly as possible.
Insecure colleagues at work stir up rumors, tell Managers about other people’s mistakes to make themselves look good, and run people down when those people aren’t around to defend themselves. They need professional help. You only need to learn to deal with them. Continue reading “Working With Insecure Colleague”
This issue isn’t new; there have been bad coworkers since the beginning of organized work. But these days, their impact feels bigger and more destructive. Businesses need teamwork to function. And teams need to be more collaborative, adaptable, and proactive than ever. The days of top-down decision making are long gone in many companies and industries, as it’s replaced by grassroots innovation that’s unleashed through coworkers openly networking and sharing information across boundaries. Because of this new dynamic, dysfunctional teammates can damage the results of a whole team in a way that was much harder to do in the old, siloed models of working. Continue reading “How to deal or fight with toxic environment at work”
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Restoring this old super general TV is not easy. For fun I started to clean the Circuit board with water and let it dry for one day, re-weld all the components, change all rusted resistors, and checked for any short in the PCB.
Finding schematic diagram is not easy, but I found that TCL PCB is similar with Super General and also found that M5 chassis (Tedelex) is very identical with my TV that i’m going to restore. Continue reading “Restoring Super General CRT TV 14” SG1499MS”
An employee’s relationship with their manager sets the tone for their level of commitment to the organization’s success. Gallup research shows that a mind-boggling 70% of an employee’s motivation is influenced by his or her manager. It’s no wonder employees don’t leave companies; they leave managers. Disengaged employees can cost companies millions of dollars from lost productivity, damages from employee negligence and negative publicity due to poor customer service. Organizations know how important it is to have motivated, engaged employees, but most fail to hold managers accountable for making it happen. Continue reading “Your Employees are your very Important Asset”
Trust is the foundation of any successful relationship, whether professionally or personally and when it’s broken, it is extremely hard to repair. I had a manager, I couldn’t even send an email without his approving it first. He was so inflexible that it was overbearing. I felt stifled. When employees feel they can’t trust their boss, they feel unsafe, like no one has their back, and then spend more energy on survival than performing at their job. Continue reading “Manager’s Job to provide guidance and support. Trust your Employees”