Published via Thrive Global on June 2, 2017. Compare what people at your company want with what human beings have always needed, and you will know how to increase employee productivity. Companies don’t always need fancy new solutions to age-old problems. Sometimes the solutions are just as old as the innately human needs in … Continue reading The (Not So) Secret Way to Improve Employee Productivity
Author: Andrew Overby
Published first on May 22, 2017 on the YonderWork blog. (Link below.) I am going to tell you what the best company benefit is. It also happens to be the secret to getting more engaged employees and better bottom-line results. To understand why, you need to start by recognizing what engaged employees need, and what … Continue reading Best Company Benefit: Employers Listen Up
Published April 27, 2017 at the YonderWork blog. (See link below.) See if this sounds familiar about your work culture: “Our company just can’t turn around quickly anymore.” “It takes a month just to get an email reply.” “We have meetings to decide what our next meeting should be about.” Okay, maybe that’s slightly … Continue reading Work, Be Nimble: Improving Work Culture
The new Bitcoin Gold fork coming in late October means to shake things up. The result could be a new burst of wealth creation and a return to how Bitcoin was mined in its early days...or it could fail. Either way, it’s important to understand the basic facts. What is Bitcoin Gold hoping to accomplish? … Continue reading What’s different about Bitcoin Gold?
My thoughts on where to start when looking at ICOs and new crypto tokens.
This was originally posted several months ago on Dumb Little Man. Gaining financial independence won’t happen overnight, nor will it happen only by knowing how to cut costs. But those are great ways to start. As many sports fans say, defense wins championships. Playing great defense with your money is the best way to … Continue reading Playing Great Defense With Your Money
Groupthink has been around for as long as humans have formed groups and made decisions together, yet this foundational psychological concept didn’t really get formalized until 1972. A psychologist named Irving Janis coined this term and gave the world its first real look at groupthink, now commonly used in our popular culture. We’ll discuss one … Continue reading A Thought on Groupthink