by Taskworld Blog Team / March 23, 2015
if only we had a simple project management tool to help us…oh wait…we do. This is how we use Taskworld to manage our Free Food Fridays.
These tips are sure to help you find your work/life balance. You are more than your job, and being able to keep perspective on what your career means to you is the only way to ensure a happy and fulfilled life. These articles are specifically written for those who want to make sure they are enjoying all aspects of life.
by Drew / March 6, 2015
There are several ways to get out of doing work. Each has its benefits and its risks, and of course, sometimes it takes a bit of work to get out of work, and you need to calculate the potential effort savings to see if it is worth it. Sometimes it is more work to avoid work than working, in which case you might as well work. Consider the four elements of avoiding work to find the best for any given situation: avoiding work, shifting work onto others, procrastinating, or just forgetting about it.
by Shiv Sharma / February 27, 2015
The internet is having a meltdown today. I plead guilty to adding to this chaos. Because- Why not!
Two things are taking the social media by storm. You know them as well as I do.
First of all, it’s this question about what color dress do you see? People have been divided into two camps: First one arguing that it’s black and blue, the second one believing that it’s white and gold.
There’s another video that I am pretty sure you have watched already. It’s about the two Llamas than escaped in Sun City, Arizona and gave a pretty hard time to the local police before being captured.
by Sailee Sarangdhar / November 19, 2014
As superficial as it may seem, your sense of dress is an important part of what you put out to the world. And as much as we might go on about not judging books by their covers, we all do it. Luckily, people are much more interesting than books and have the ability to hone their covers to express themselves.
by Shiv Sharma / November 17, 2014
Our aspirations are quantified by luxury. We have always been fond of things that give us pleasure and would continue to remain so till the end of time. That thirst for bigger, better things in life is what keeps us growing. It serves as an impetus towards achieving success.
by Jessica Zartler / November 14, 2014
Sometimes navigating office politics can feel more like the Hunger Games. So we here at Taskworld asked ourselves, WWKD: What Would Katniss Do? Here are some tips to help you survive power plays at work while we wait on the new movie to come out.