People remember who handles these situations well, and who doesn’t. It’s better to be silent and thoughtful than to harm your brand by putting your foot in your mouth.
To love your work you must first know who you are and identify your unique traits and talents. Only then can you articulate steps toward getting on your best path.
This is what planning ahead looks like. You know why you’re doing something, you all say the same story, and everyone is united by purpose.
A new year, a new decade. Have you thought ahead, planned the months to come? Do you have a vision for how you want this year – and this new decade – to unfold? And do you have tactical steps to make that happen?
How often do we invite people in from the outside to bring fresh eyes and truly assess how well we are doing what we set out to do?
Why the spirit of collaboration is key to success in all industries, and getting out of your own way is the single biggest gift you can give yourself.
By Kirstin Karoub Growth is defined often as the process of getting larger in size. But it is also the process of developing and evolving. When it comes to business, there is an implied assumption that in order to succeed, a business must grow, and that usually means more employees, read more
Living with purpose and finding purpose in the work we do every day is so essential. We must know our why.
Purpose is often described as why we do what we do. It is a fundamental human condition – to make meaning of our existence – to understand why we were placed on this earth and are given our own set of unique skills, talents, ambitions, and passions.
As a company, we spend a lot of time planning and producing for our clients. But we also spend time together getting to know one another, having fun, enjoying the unique talents and interests of the individuals who make up this team.
What do you want to be when you grow up? Finding your purpose. The question, “What do you want to be when you grow up?”, has plagued me my entire life. Why so? Because unlike so many people, I couldn’t point to that one thing bound to be my destiny. read more
Your People LLC was founded in 2007 by Lynne (Schreiber) Golodner, who has built her life around telling stories. It’s only natural, then, that as we guide clients of all sizes and industries in blogging as a platform for their unique, compelling stories, we would launch our own blog, to share stories of meaning, of purpose, of relationship and of connection.