Writing has always been a skill I never been confident with especially when it comes to telling stories. I like to challenge myself often and do the things that I am unfamiliar with or uncomfortable doing. In high school, I auditioned to be in a men's choir and a few theatre productions to conquer my … Continue reading Reflection: Quests for Digital Storytelling and Learning
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Have you heard of #attentioneconomy? This week I had a chance to read more about it and I'm interested to know your thoughts.
REPOST from ceolifestyle by Nelson Wang. When I was 20 years old and studying at UCLA, I flunked an Economics class. I was devastated. Guess what happened? I bounced back. I got an A when I retook the course. When I was 22, I interviewed with 4 different managers at a Fortune 100 company and … Continue reading 10 Things Successful People Do to Motivate Themselves
I recently stumbled upon an article on designing for motivation and it got me thinking about the effect I have with the learning content I create for our contact center staff. I'm responsible for getting people to do what we need them to do to keep our business going. Starting from new hire on-boarding to … Continue reading Using Motivation to Create an Adaptable Team