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We’ve always been told confidence is the key to success, but it can be a double-edged sword. Put too much emphasis on self-esteem, and we become obsessed with seeing only pure wins and losses. When that happens, we give up what really matters: growth. How do we get it back? Self-compassion.
In an increasingly automated workplace, creativity is becoming a more valuable ability. And it’s one that anyone can develop—with the right shift in mindset. So unlearn (see article below) the perception that you’re not a "creative" person and future-proof your skill set.
Now, where’d that message go? Collaborating with your team across multiple tools can get messy. With task management, databases, and seamless collaboration space all in one place, Notion ensures none of your team’s communications fall through the cracks.
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Before we can beat distraction, we need to find its source. Sure, tech and coworkers can hijack our flow, but the real culprit? Our own brain.