We here at The Methodology Blog are always on the lookout for things to make our lives easier which is good news for you because it’ll make yours easier, too. This time around, we’ll be checking out a list of browser extensions that claim to make working from home much more effortless. Read More »
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Making mistakes at work is inevitable. Some situations arise from complete oversight. Others may be a result of disorganization, irresponsibility, lack of accountability, or even pure laziness. No matter the cause, it’s important to remember: never use email to discipline someone. Read More »
If you’ve ever been an employee in a big company or a large organization, you’ve likely heard the term “work order.” This could be mindless bureaucracy or incredible power. Let’s dig in. Read More »
Wanting to be liked by those around you, especially coworkers, is something I think most people can relate to. It was always what I dreaded most when starting a new job – playing the getting to know you game. Luckily, there are researchers out there who have done some work in this area to let us all know which traits are savored and hated. Read More »
Suppose you’re working with someone and have finally come to an agreement. But then an email arrives with yet another requirement. How would you react? Read More »
We all have them. Those items on our to-do lists that never seem to get done or go away. Are you letting the undone weigh you down? Read More »
Right now, sitting on your desk, in your pocket, or in your hand—is your smartphone. There’s a good chance you’re reading this article on that device. Do we need anything else to manage our professional and personal lives? Read More »
Procrastination is something we here at The Methodology Blog have talked about and researched. Why? Because we know how hard it is to break the habit. Also, some of us are still struggling with it. And by some of us, I definitely mean myself. Read More »
Most salespeople and business owners want more sales. But not everyone is willing to do what it takes. What are you willing to do, and what aren’t you willing to do? Read More »
Did you know that having a second language under your belt not only makes you a more desirable candidate in business, but it also improves your brain? Read More »
Don’t let what’s going on inside your head weigh you down. The older you get, the more you will start to realize that the amount of energy you have is finite. It’s just like the battery in your flashlight. When it runs out of power, you’re left in the dark. Read More »
If I took a poll right now and asked our readers if any of them have ever had to deal with a coworker that they absolutely couldn’t stand, I’d imagine the responses would be something like, “Literally every day.” There’s really no way to escape it. So how can you avoid butting heads with your fellow coworkers? Read More »
If you’re looking for work, there’s a well-defined process you expect to follow. Apply, get screened, interview, receive an offer or a pass, and make a decision. But how long should this take? Read More »