Make work, work

Make work, work

Curated strategies to work burnout-free, get the recognition you deserve, and avoid overwork.
Jul
12
Why write your own performance review

Why write your own performance review

Make sure your boss has ample reasons why you're great at the ready
2 min read
Jul
07
Use the 3x3 rule of work to focus your efforts

Use the 3x3 rule of work to focus your efforts

An easy way to simplify your workday
2 min read
Jul
05
How to make next steps clear

How to make next steps clear

You've just left a meeting and nothing is clear. Sound familiar? Here's how to avoid that.
2 min read
Jun
30
How and why to interview your boss-to-be before accepting a job

How and why to interview your boss-to-be before accepting a job

Sustain issue #64 (Get Sustain in your inbox next Thursday) Last week we started to answer the question of how
3 min read
Jun
28
Trash a territorial mindset at work and aim to give more

Trash a territorial mindset at work and aim to give more

If you spend more time discussing who does what than actually doing the work, read this.
2 min read
Jun
23
How to find a company that cares about your well-being

How to find a company that cares about your well-being

Here are ways to find out if a company actually cares about you before engaging and during the interview process.
3 min read
Jun
21
Try that new idea with something already in progress

Try that new idea with something already in progress

It’s easier to add a new idea to something already in progress vs. starting from scratch.
2 min read
Jun
14
Find big ideas to avoid the shiny things trap

Find big ideas to avoid the shiny things trap

Don't get excited by the thing of the moment. Get excited about what works for you.
2 min read
Jun
09
Working like a perennial plant

Working like a perennial plant

Here's what annual and perennial plants can teach us about burnout.
2 min read
Jun
07
Effortless work: How to overachieve without overextending

Effortless work: How to overachieve without overextending

There's a notion that to produce the best work, you must travel down the most difficult path. That's not true.
3 min read