Happiness is a choice. As controversial as that is, it is true. This concept relates not only to our personal lives but also to our professional. Anyone can thrive at work by making empowered, wise choices about their work, the people they build relationships with, and how they manage their work-life boundaries.
It’s no secret that the pandemic changed the workplace as we knew it. And while leaders did their best to adjust to today’s new demands, employees must meet them halfway. Full-time employees work 40 hours out of a 168-hour week. That is nearly a quarter of their week spent working. To not make those hours enjoyable is a mistake.