Sophia AndersonSophia Anderson is a blogger and a freelance writer. She is passionate about covering topics on learning, writing, business, careers, self-improvement, motivation and others. She believes in the driving force of positive attitude and constant development.
Articles by Sophia Anderson
7 plants to improve your office environment
These are plants that are able to filter and purify the air, as well as grow indoors with limited light sources and little-to-no intervention.
5 tips to picking the perfect office chair
It is of utter importance to take into consideration these 5 points before buying an office chair.
9 realistic work perks every employee would love
Happy staff is more likely to work harder and stay with your company, so it’s important to make sure you’re listening to what your employees want and responding appropriately
How to save yourself from drowning in emails
Here’s his ten ways to “finally gain control over your chaotic inbox."
4 secrets every carry-on traveler swears by
It’s all about a little of strategic thinking, planning and charm! No matter if you are rushing to an airplane to sign the business deal or just want a spontaneous weekend getaway. These 4 secrets are what every successful fashionista swears by. Trust us on this one!
Maternity mojo: Boosting your career during maternity leave
So, how can you stay engaged with your work life, while looking after your newborn? We have worked with the wellbeing experts to make sure you don’t lose sight of your professional self while on maternity leave.
7 golden rules to get the most out of your meetings
They’re an essential part of business life, but if you’re not careful, your meetings might simply be good for only one thing – zapping precious time.
Smartphone separation anxiety: The science behind the panic
Although taking the time to reduce your dependency on your smartphone might be worthwhile, if you should ever be unfortunate to lose your phone, your separation anxiety will be much more manageable if it doesn’t feel like you have just lost one of your limbs.
How to lose a job interview in just a matter of minutes
Trying to acquire a job interview can seem to be a full-time job. Once attained, preparations must be made to secure the role. However, certain mistakes are common in an interview setting and must be avoided.
7 things your personal workspace says about you
For many workers, their desk is just a commodity that’s utilized to get their day job done, but in fact your personal workspace can reveal a lot about you. Introverts and extroverts often make themselves known without even realizing it, and similarly, workspaces belonging to clean freaks and jokers are equally as obvious if you know what to look for. Here are the seven things your workspace might reveal about you:
5 tips to unlock your unlimited earning potential
If you want to unlock your unlimited earning potential, you have to make some bold steps. Just being good at your job is unfortunately not enough, you need the guts to make tough calls, like leaving your job and starting your own business or starting a side hustle. Let the following tips help you out!
15 business texting rules to live by
Like it or loathe it, people are spending an increasing amount of time on their phones, and continuous advancements in technology – particularly regarding social media and communication – means it can be hard to switch off from work and achieve a healthy work-life balance. But for all of its flaws, it’s this same technology that allows us to stay in touch with friends, family, colleagues and peers so easily – it’s literally at the touch of a button!
18 pros and cons of being an employee vs. being an entrepreneur
Both being an employee and being an entrepreneur have their own advantages and disadvantages. Entrepreneurs are often portrayed as happy and free, risk takers that have the benefits of controlling their own time and income. They often have uncapped potential earning and can jump from industry to industry using and developing business skills that ultimately add to their success and experience.
5 simple ways to spring clean your finances
Spring has sprung! The weather has become warmer, the days are longer and everything seems fresh and new. It’s now the perfect time to have that much-needed sort out, not just of your home, but your finances too.
The signs and symptoms you may be a workaholic, and how to break the habit
We all take pride in our work, but some people find it difficult to draw a line between their professional and personal lives. Here are the signs that you might be a workaholic.