We can learn directly and indirectly from others. Another term for this is observational learning. Which is the process of learning through watching others. Direct learning occurs when you ask someone for their advice and try to replicate what they did. Indirect learning is when you observe what someone did. “Everyone you meet has something valuable to teach you.” What you learn from someone might be what not to do, what to do more of, what to change, what to try, etc. There are endles
You’ve signed the lease and the leasing agent asks if you have any questions. You may be overwhelmed with the tasks at hand that no questions come to mind. Now, that you’re moved into your new home all the questions come flooding back. Like what happens if your late on rent, how do you receive packages, or what happens if you lose your key/fob? That’s normal. First off, let us be the first to welcome you. We are pleased that you have chosen our Apartments as your new home. A little about u
For many of us, after we get out of college, we start looking for places to live long-term while we start our careers. In some cases, it may seem like the next step is buying a house with a white picket fence and a yard. But you might be surprised to learn that in many cases, you’ll be better off finding an apartment you love. Apartment living comes with a ton of benefits that you don’t get when you own a house. From a smaller workload on chores to improved security, read on to learn the perks
Did you know that when you believe in yourself, a secrete dopamine gets released throughout your body that helps improve memory and brain function? Believing in yourself is a critical step to success. Success or failure almost always starts from within. For instance, if you don’t believe that you can do something, then you won’t give whatever it is your full effort. Same goes for a team. Every goal has one thing in common, belief. “If you keep on living like the way you are now, you
In our society, we are more mindful about how we spend our money than our time. Except, time is something that we cannot buy or refill. When we get caught up in the day-to-day routines it’s important to make each day count. Except, how do you make the day count? On a day that counted, one might do more of what they love. They might be with people who they chose to be with. They might have done something meaningful. Or, they might be focused on their own self-awareness and emotions.
Conflict at work is something that is often avoided because it can be frustrating, uncomfortable, or sometimes hostile. For some, it is something that one does not know how to respond to. Let’s turn the stigma that surrounds conflict into something positive. The key is to keep the conflict positive. For instance, there is a difference between being honest and being brutally honest. There is a difference between control and collaboration. And there is a difference between feedback and
Bosses can often be placed into categories based on their management styles. Skip the categories and think about whether your boss is a good boss or a bad boss. Maybe you’ve worked for a bad boss before and now have a much better boss. Or maybe the opposite is true. Maybe you initially worked for a good boss and the boss you have now is worse. No matter the circumstances, a bad boss is easy to identify. Does he/she steal the spotlight? No praise for the team. No recognition of team m
There are plenty of leaders who would never describe themselves as such. They would say that they are just doing what needs to get done. That may be so, but a commonality among leader is that they tend to bring out the best in others. Being a leader to one person may be defined differently than someone else. That is because we are all different. We all think, act, and talk differently. Some of us are loud during moments that others are quiet. Whatever the case, we each have our own talen