Melissa Lim on Twitter
Melissa Lim on Twitter
The factors of happiness, according to a Duke University study. Sketchnote by @tnvora via @MindShiftKQED https://t.co/XWRO5ySF9M https://t.co/mrEr4UHARi
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Melissa Lim on Twitter
"When you're new to the profession, your instincts may tell you to keep your head down, and if you don't know something, don't admit it. But if that's the case, says Rachael, your instincts are wrong. "You look sillier for not asking the question," she points out. "Nobody bites, and nobody expects you to know all the business lingo already. So just ask!" "That particularly applies when you first start your job, adds Carolien Grebe, client manager at JDO London. "It's very important to have the best understanding possible of the role you're joining and the expectations the team has of you," she says. "When I started, I wish I had asked even more questions."
"When you're new to the profession, your instincts may tell you to keep your head down, and if you don't know something, don't admit it. But if that's the case, says Rachael, your instincts are wrong. "You look sillier for not asking the question," she points out. "Nobody bites, and nobody expects you to know all the business lingo already. So just ask!" "That particularly applies when you first start your job, adds Carolien Grebe, client manager at JDO London. "It's very important to have the best understanding possible of the role you're joining and the expectations the team has of you," she says. "When I started, I wish I had asked even more questions."
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"When you're new to the profession, your instincts may tell you to keep your head down, and if you don't know something, don't admit it. But if that's the case, says Rachael, your instincts are wrong. "You look sillier for not asking the question," she points out. "Nobody bites, and nobody expects you to know all the business lingo already. So just ask!" "That particularly applies when you first start your job, adds Carolien Grebe, client manager at JDO London. "It's very important to have the best understanding possible of the role you're joining and the expectations the team has of you," she says. "When I started, I wish I had asked even more questions."
Alan Henry on being Seen, Heard, and Paid on Player FM
Alan Henry on being Seen, Heard, and Paid on Player FM
"A colleague had no meeting day and it was respected. So I tried no meeting Thursday. " And I realized people booked over me. I pushed back and they'd make it out like the "The time I spent meant less to them than getting what they wanted." "How do I acknowledge the social baggage that people of color and also anyone marginalized in the workplace in a way that helps us get ahead." "This is where gaslighting can really cripple a person. You don't immediately say you're being targetted. You think, there's something wrong with me." "It was a sentiment heads from other black colleagues." Alan Henry, WIRED editor and author of the new book SEEN, HEARD and PAID: The New Work Rules for the Marginalized,
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Alan Henry on being Seen, Heard, and Paid on Player FM
The Pudding
The Pudding
The Pudding explains ideas debated in culture with visual essays.
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The Pudding
How To Animate Liquid In After Effects
How To Animate Liquid In After Effects
Check out our best After Effects downloads: https://bit.ly/3x4hIHz In this tutorial we show you how to animate liquid in After Effects. We create a 2D animation that looks like it has convincing liquid using some very simple techniques. We use a few different key ingredients including the wave warp effect. Want to see how we do it? Watch the video! UNDER THE INFLUENCE SCRIPT: http://bit.ly/ae-underinfluence And if you like this video, we have lots of other tutorials for both After Effects and Premiere Pro over at: https://motionarray.com/tutorials Music Provided By Motion Array: https://motionarray.com/stock-music/sport-motivation-63549 Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/motionarray/ Twitter: https://twitter.com/MotionArray Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/motionarray/ Here on YouTube, check out the following: After Effects Tutorials: https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLuz8v_brMXJayZXnzHZp20iYOHIVXG5uI Premiere Pro Tutorials: https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLuz8v_brMXJaOnZmyppjsx5RfSkVbbfT7 Filmmaking Tutorials: https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLuz8v_brMXJYd38UDIHApKNzEXoexnrx0 Check out our After Effects Complete Basics Course: https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLuz8v_brMXJYOqE_1m3nEKD9JAhNglHKF As well as our Premiere Pro Basics Course: https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLuz8v_brMXJbIAa0YtBIU75tQB8-zm3s4
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How To Animate Liquid In After Effects
Motion Graphics Infographic - Ahrefs 2D
Motion Graphics Infographic - Ahrefs 2D
This video tells us about SEO platform – Ahrefs.illustration / animation: Alexander Tumanovmusic / sound design: Daruma AudioPresentation on BEHANCE:behance....
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Motion Graphics Infographic - Ahrefs 2D
The Case for Current Reality - Getting Things Done®
The Case for Current Reality - Getting Things Done®
Executives need the numbers Saying “everyone who’s important is leaving the company,” (the drama) creates negative contraction and “Beth Smith said she was thinking of another career” (the data) allows a productive direction Good relationships start with curiosity (about what’s true) instead of control (about what should be true) Keeping team spirit going in times of change requires frequent updates of what’s really going on Capturing, tracking, and reviewing all your commitments, projects, and actions transform a sense of overwhelm into an experience of relaxed control Acknowledging that you’re scared
begins to transcend the fear Acceptance (vs. resistance) is the first action of spiritual growth
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The Case for Current Reality - Getting Things Done®
Gale Presents: Udemy
Gale Presents: Udemy
Udemy Business is the destination for workplace learning that helps companies achieve critical outcomes. Explore 15,000+ top rated and most relevant courses to start upskilling your talent today.
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Gale Presents: Udemy