Whenever we’re trying to learn something new, “Google” is the most intuitive action we take. Google is certainly used a lot of times, but I bet everyone also has frustrated experiences after Googling and seeing all the advertisements and commercial-heavy content on the search engine result pages.
I started my self-learning journey last year. I started my own YouTube channel, hosted and set up a personal Chinese blog, designed my own logo and arts, and learned a lot about computer science, especially front-end, all by researching and learning online by myself.
It sounds that I’ve learned a lot just within…
These days many of us start valuing the importance of financial education and find ways to build passive income. For many, becoming a content creator is a way that doesn’t need high entering benchmark.
We build different channels of income other than 9–5 jobs. We hope to become solely dependent on these income channels and only work as an employee for what we’re passionate about.
As we begin to write for an income, we pay much attention to how our content is performing, hoping we’re earning some pennies from it. I’m no different. …
Have you ever got a “Skillshare sponsored” message when you’re watching YouTube videos? This online learning platform has made its name by sponsoring top-tier YouTubers’ videos. Many even claim that they learned the skills that the audience is seeing in videos, on Skillshare.
Is it that good so everyone should subscribe to this service and learn the skills we need on this platform?
I registered myself an account a month ago and tried out as many features as I could. Below are some pros and cons from my personal experience, not sponsored.
There are many benefits I’ve found within the…
Is a startup worth joining? This is a popular topic many people debate over.
When you think of startups, do you think of a comfortable office with modern decoration? A group of passionate young people earning high salaries? Flexible working hours with a work-life balance?
Or do you think of the bad? Startups are not organized, messy, crazy, unstable, and too risky?
These are some common stereotypes I get from feedback when I share with others that I’m working at a startup. Both sides are true. But there’s something missing in the discussion. …
“Quitting social media” seems to become a popular idea many people are willing to experiment with.
Especially for creators, a lot of us are suffering from either the metric we’re chasing behind or the attention drawn from the public. The trend of experimenting with the movement seems reasonable as many creators are having their creative journeys as their full-time jobs.
For vloggers, it means there’s no work-life balance, as life becomes work, and work becomes life. I’m not a full-time creator. I merely make any money out of it. I’m currently just a nobody writing articles and uploading videos without…
I’m 22. In the past 21 years of my life. The number of books I’ve finished reading is shockingly few for many people. I don’t know the exact number. I don’t really remember what I’ve read anyway. But I’m sure my 10 fingers will be too many to count them all.
I’d never been a reader. Honestly, I hated reading. Why would people spend so much time reading books instead of playing computer games? Computer games and TV shows are much more exciting, interesting, and thrilling. Books are just boring.
For people who are curious about my background, as a…
Nowadays, you see job descriptions on recruiting platforms requiring different skill sets. You might wonder how it’s possible for a person to have that much knowledge in all those fields. Unfortunately, that is the reality, and most possibly the future trend.
Startup companies are known for their fast-changing environment. Working in the software industry, especially software as a service (SaaS) companies, requires a certain level of understanding of computer science.
Marketing needs to adapt both traditional and constantly changing dynamics to make sure messages and products are delivered in ideal ways. The nature of my job makes it inevitable for…
Recommended services and technology for a perfect Employee Appreciation Day
Employee Appreciation Day will take place on March 5 this year. Are you having difficulties coming up with ways to celebrate employees’ achievements in the past year? We’re here to help. We’ve selected the top 5 platforms for you to ensure a rewarding holiday celebration.
Common features for employee success platforms include providing an incentive program, sending company perks, and having the capability for data visualization. Before going into the ins and outs of these 5 platforms, we should think about the nature of employee appreciation events first. …
The only blog post you need to know everything about Employee Appreciation Day
Do you remember the last time you said “thank you” to your employees? Who was it? Where did it happen? What were you thanking them for?
Employee appreciation plays an essential part in a company's success and is an important reflection of company culture. The definition of employee appreciation is:
The act of recognizing and rewarding employee contributions to the workplace either through formal or informal channels — Toolbox
Simply put, it’s any action from you to show your gratitude to your employees.
It sounds so simple…
2021 is unlike any other year.
Since last year, the world changed our lives. Some corporations are struggling to adapt to new ways of working. And indeed, employees are worried about being laid off due to all types of uncertain reasons. The unemployed are trying to figure out where their next meal could be. What does all this say about your company?
Employees are the only and most valuable asset for your business.
Friday March 5th is Employee Appreciation Day. On this day we celebrate the achievements of employees. Boost their motivation by recognizing their contributions and in return, they…
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