workflow

Workflow explores the everyday lives of every career imaginable.Whatever your job or position may be, your story has a unique way to be told and shared.

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Gin Perry2 months ago
Talent Without Skill is Useless
I am constantly humbled by other artists. There is so much talent and skills out there, at times I feel like I can't even categorize myself an artist. Rather, I'm just a kid playing around with some p...
Lynn Heckman3 months ago
Suffering From Writer's Block
You're writing a novel and the sentences are flowing, the scene is set and suddenly, you're stuck. Sound familiar? You guessed it, that dreaded thing we call writer's block. I have struggled with it f...
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Jenny Medeiros3 months ago
Stressed and Overworked? Here's How To Relax and Boost Productivity at The Same Time
“What! The project is due for Monday? I’ll get right on it!” You shout before putting down the slice of toast you thought was your phone and promise yourself you’ll try to get more sleep tonight. We’v...
Sharon Giardina3 months ago
Naturally Navigating Your Career
Avid hikers, nature buffs or adrenaline junkies will have come by the art of natural navigation before. Practitioners of the art are those that swear by the accuracy, reliability and organic ideologie...
Casey Parker3 months ago
Start, Stop, Chill, Continue.
A man named Francesco Cirillo developed a time management method using a timer to divide work into periods of full-focus and periods of rest. Traditionally these are 25 and 5 minutes, respectively. Ea...
Andre Smith3 months ago
Strategic Advantages for Corporate Leadership in Focusing on Sustainability
Consistently, the demand for sustainability-oriented thinking is becoming pervasive in every sector of social, political, and business affairs. If one thing was to be understood about the voices of th...
Marilen Crump3 months ago
Focus On the First Mountain
The path to success is sometimes tricky and filled with challenges. It can leave you wondering what you can do to quickly manifest the vision you are hoping to achieve. I have pondered this many times...
Casey Parker3 months ago
Default and Working Modes
Breaks are often considered unproductive time by employers and teachers alike. According to a number of published studies, taking some downtime after a study session or a work project has a positive e...
Dre Joseph3 months ago
Time to Own Shit
I told y'all why racist systems are still prevalent in this country and every country. And I laid out for y'all why you (black people...the African diaspora) should gain economic and political currency in this country. Be patient, BE HUMBLE, be smart, don't quit, and it'll work. Now I'm gonna tell you where you should go from here. It's simple; Banks. Actually, fuck that, credit unions! Find the nearest credit union in your area and open a checking account there. Listen... Don't use white-owned ...
Michael Thielmann3 months ago
Working for Happiness
A key thing to look at in our vocational lives involves a simple question like, "What do I really want to be doing?" We're all well aware of the problem many of us can face in life. We can be stuck in...
Casey Parker3 months ago
The Brain Doesn't Obey The Mind
We’ve all experienced it, usually without having noticed. Driving to a familiar location on your usual route. For example, you arrive, and then the realisation that you have absolutely no idea how you...
millie burke3 months ago
Freelancers: How To Manage Your Time Properly
When you start out as a freelancer it can be really challenging to keep up with your client's requests. Half the time you end up feeling like they are using and abusing you and the other half of the t...
Michael Thielmann3 months ago
From Consumer to Co-Creator
The funny thing is, people don't really think of themselves as "consumers." It is a label or an idea that is imposed on us from the outside. Those involved in advertising, marketing, economics and so ...
The NoteBook3 months ago
Living Your Dream
Creating a life worth living seems to be a theme, a litany, in the underlying subconsciousness of people today. But it's the how of it that's maddening. How do you extricate yourself from the daily gr...
Sophie Alice3 months ago
What It's Like To Be A Small YouTuber
Where do I even start about YouTube? Well, as this is my first post, I suppose I should start with myself, first. My name is Sophie Alice, I'm a 20-year-old living in England, studying two college courses, those being a Diploma in Counselling Skills Level 3, and a Diploma in Assisted Teaching in Schools Level 2. I was studying Functional Skills Maths Level 2, but then I learnt my name wasn't on the exam register and that course kinda crashed and burned. There are a few things in this world that ...
Jasmine Davis3 months ago
Money = Stress
Living paycheck to paycheck is no way for anyone to live. In fact, you won't be living. Instead, you will be like millions of other people, stressed about how you will make it from one week to the nex...
Destiny B3 months ago
I Hate My Job...Here's What I Learned
My first job was a delight, my second job not as quite. My second job was as a pharmacy technician for a major multi-million dollar drug store and it was a nightmare. I was in the busiest store within...