A colleague recently came to work looking the worse for wear. She’d had two successive nights of disturbed sleep, was exhausted and unable to focus or settle into her work day. That’s manageable when it happens occasionally, but getting enough sleep is vital to our well-being in surprising ways.
Rodney is a garbage collector and recycler at Mt Hotham. He has worked at Hotham for 7 years. He is part of a team that recycles as much of the rubbish collected in the resort as possible. In this job he works towards reducing the amount of landfill, and increasing the amount of waste that can be recycled. Even though this is his day job, he brings this to his personal life as well. His story is good news for people in need.
The great essentials of happiness are: something to do, something to love, and something to hope for.
Scientists and researchers predict that the automation of service sectors and professional jobs in the US will be more than ten times as large as the number of manufacturing jobs already automated. The competition for jobs will not only be between candidates, but artificial intelligence as well. How do you stay relevant in the future workplace?
Happiness lies in the joy of achievement and the thrill of creative effort.
~ Franklin D. Roosevelt