As amazing as parenthood can be, I have been convinced for some time that our children conspire against us.
Wherein the author struggles with purpose and writing. Rabbit holes are approached, but (hopefully) avoided.
It's always good to address people by their first name in a conversation, as it makes them feel seen and builds a connection. But it can be overdone, and cross a line if not used with care. For instance, the following statement is an example of a positive use of a first name: "Have a … Continue reading Workplace Communication Tip #87
Never underestimate the power of using the word “Folks” in your workplace communication.