Welcome to #BestBlogs, the weekly curation of the world of work.
The latest ideas on organization life, personal collaboration and the politics of work from practitioners around the globe are collected here so you may become more effective, perhaps even more satisfied, in career.
Every week our theme emerges organically and this edition includes some of the most personal and reflective questions asked about life, society and our roles therein. A treasure chest of reflection.
These fine authors offer fresh and different perspectives on the intersection of life and work. Read on to test some of your own assumptions about life, practice and work.
Mary Faulkner could make #BestBlogs every week: she's that good. Here @MFaulkner43 takes on leadership through questions: how much more effective can we be if we re-orient ourselves to asking questions instead of making pronouncements
Bernadine Herlihy recognizes that sooner or later we all feel like quitting that job. Should we? Perhaps – Bernandine isn't here to pass judgement. But before you do, check @TheMgmtMaven's tips on how else to fight the bad job blues
Ana J Urena shares her angst at running for goals and fighting for self worth while the world prejudges based on sex and gender. Hard-hitting? Yes. Uncomfortable? Yes. A must-read? Yes! See @quartervida for more
Simon Heath takes on the falseness of middle class revolution and resultant need for same in this hard-to-pigeon hole blog. No, I don't get all the UK political references, but yes, I do get the power of Simon's work and the resultant need to question our roles in our respective societies. Read @SimonHeath1
Helen Tracey offers a pleasant and delightful defense of blogging in this, her first effort, on blogging for blogging's sake. Read one of my favorite bloggers, @HRPotential, and see just why I enjoy her work so much
Lindsay Laughnan describes a situation we're all familiar with when she discusses taking shortcuts that ultimately end up costing more time and effort. Listen to Lindsay describe the solution for cutting shortcuts out of your life @BeThirtyLicious
Dr. Christi Hegstad reminds us in this sublime write that the meaning of success is up to each one of us to define for ourself. @DrChristiCoach has made such an impact on me that I hope you will continue to read her work as I do
Thank you for reading this week's edition of #BestBlogs all about building and practicing meaningful worklife.
Each writer offers a practiced yet challenging perspective enabling us to re-examine our own positions. In life, look for those who challenge your thinking to help you grow!
Please come back in another seven days' time for further thoughts and do check the archives of #BestBlogs for other intelligent writers, thinkers and doers addressing important questions about worklife.
Have a wonderful weekend wherever you are in the world my friends.