My dear money, from today you are free. I won’t chase after you anymore. You are free to go from my mind.
I didn’t go crazy when I wrote those lines above. I’ve written them a few days ago in my journal as well. I’ve decided that I will remove the money from my goals from now on. Continue reading My dear money, I set you free!
And here we are at the final part. I was saying at the end of the second part, that in this piece we will talk about the Intraday management and about improvement. So let’s cut the intro and get right in the business.
How to define Intraday management? From a WFM point of view, the Intraday team is taking care that the agents are respecting their schedules, they make necessary modifications of the agent’s schedule. Continue reading WFM practices to improve your daily life (part III)
The zone. That magical place where all the productivity lies. That place where everybody wants to reach, the Promised land, the Valhalla of corporate worker, the… ok, ok Stefan, they got the point. Get back on track. Continue reading Working in the zone
Why do we wake up in the morning and go to work? Why are we even going to work? What’s the point of all of this? And I keep saying we like it will be a big and smart article, but it will be mostly about me, so excuse me for being an obnoxious narcissist. I’m a millennial so that’s ok. Supposedly we are more narcissistic than the other generations (gasp!)
Since I brought the millennial generation, that we so kindly were named, let’s talk a little bit about this. About my generation. I won’t dare to say that these things are generally specific to everybody, but there are things that I hear and see almost every day in my life. Either at work, either on the street, bus, social media etc. Continue reading Why do we put in the work?
In the previous post I was talking about the historical data of our life, and how we could use that to improve our life. Now that we have our historical data, it’s time to start working on the planning.
What is exactly a forecast? It’s an assumption of the future, based on historical patterns (see, this is why I was speaking about the importance of the historical data). For example, if you spent 1h to work on something in the past, probably it will take you 1h to work on it in the future as well. If you usually spend 100$/week, you could assume that next week you will do the same. Continue reading WFM practices to improve your daily life (part II)
I earn my living working as a Workforce Management Planner ( don’t know what workforce management is? Click here ). If I would to explain my job in a very basic way is that I do forecast for various data and agent management.
We use some best practices in our work, practices that help us to have a good process and, of course, reach our goals every week, month and year. Continue reading WFM practices to improve your daily life (part I)
A while back, I was writing how I became a morning person. Since then, my morning schedule has changed a lot, and now my alarm is ringing at 4:30 in the morning. When they find out, most of the people (all of them actually), always ask me “Why do you wake up at such an hour?”.
My first reaction is “Because I can”. And yes, one of the reasons that I do this, is because I can. If I couldn’t wake up at 4:30 in the morning I wouldn’t do it. Continue reading Why do I wake up at 4:30 AM?
In our day and age, we have to cope with huge amounts of stress on a daily basis. Oxford dictionary is telling us that stress is a state of mental or emotional strain or tension resulting from adverse or demanding circumstances.
The reason why we are stressed are various and differ from person to person. It might be about money, health, work, kids and so on and so forth. Everything can cause stress for us. And we need to know how to deal with it. Continue reading Handling the daily stress
We live in a very unstable world. And talks about a World War 3 appear more and more. But this post isn’t about politics, it’s about a decision. If a war would break out, would you go to war? Would you leave your quiet life, strap up the boots and go on the front to dodge bullets and bombs? I think I would. Continue reading Would you go to war?
I thought that It would be nice that from time to time to write about the books that I read. To share with all the nice things that I manage to find and read about.
The first book that I want to write about it “The subtle art of not giving a fuck: A counterintuitive approach to live a good life” by Mark Manson.
From the title you could see that even if it’s having the subtle art into the title, this book it’s not about subtleties. The author doesn’t hide behind kind words and offers you the harsh truth. Continue reading Review: The subtle art of not giving a fuck