There’s no doubt that the current environment is challenging all of us to do things outside of our formal roles. And I’d argue that no one has embraced these circumstances more than my colleague, Sybil Schooler.
Good news: things may look a little bit different right now, but you can still get access to plenty of innovation conferences with thought-provoking insights, trends and unique networking opportunities—this time all from the safety and convenience of your own computer.
Over the past several years, Seed’s series of Leading Ladies networking events have grown in interest and popularity among women in marketing, advertising and innovation who are looking for a fun, casual evening of mingling and mentoring.
Quarantine tips from a real-life introvert It’s safe to say that most (if not all) of us have never experienced anything like COVID-19. Almost overnight, this infinitesimal scourge has wrought inexorable change in our everyday lives—how we work, how we interact, how we entertain ourselves. For some, it’s a struggle; the isolation is stifling.
Procrastination—the sneaky habit we’ve all fallen victim to since before we even knew there was a word for it. But now, in this new era of shifting work-life boundaries, dueling to-do lists and much comfier work attire, it’s plaguing some of us more than ever (speaking for a friend, of course).
The evolving new normal brings a range of unfamiliar, hard to describe feelings. These feelings often seem noisy and confusing. And this noise often leads to frustration as a result of having feelings that can’t be explained.
Give your inbox out-of-the-box thinking (about every two weeks)