Its 4.30 pm.
You are staring blankly at the huge block of data that you Ctrl+V from Microsoft Word to PowerPoint to make it easier for you to start making your presentation for tomorrow’s departmental meeting.
The only thing that is going through your mind is,
“Why in the world did I agree to this ?”
Here are couple of tips courtesy of Ethos3 that will hopefully make the presentation-making process a lot smoother.
Please note that I am not affiliated with Ethos3 in anyway. I always share ideas, products and services that I believe will be helpful to my audience.
How to make vegetables taste delicious (pbfingers)
4 tricks for getting everything out of the bottle (Michelle Phan)
10 most mispronounced words in fashion (Lauren Conrad)
Why is so hard to catch your own typos (Wired)
Another famine caused by people not by nature (Sunwords)
Keeping a book journal (NYTimes)
Goodbye fake friends ( The Minimalists)
Decoding dress codes, finally! (The Muse)
Happy Friday Friends!
I stumbled on this post by Holley Gerth and I had to share. Over the years, I have become more comfortable with myself as an INFP (and of course with the help of Susan Cain). This has not been easy especially for my family who sometimes think I am a moody mama. Like I said before, I making sense of issues by by writing down my thoughts and having one-on-one conversations.
Please read the rest of this wonderful post here. I would like to read/hear your thoughts on being introverted and how you have coped with it.
Have a great weekend!