The Complete Motivation Guide: How to Be Intrinsically and Extrinsically Motivated

According to a Gallup survey called "State of the Global Workplace", 85% of all employees are disengaged and feel unmotivated at work. At a macro level, the reason this stat alone is frightening is the life cycle of an individual and the impact on the next generation. Following the same path, a disengaged employee is more likely to: Contribute less at work (and barely move the needle unless really needed) Report higher risks of mental illness or other mental and psychological issues Translate work problems into personal ones, affecting friends and family Generally participate in more conversations and preaching the… Continue Reading

11 Strategies to Improve Your Creative Thinking Skills

In today’s world, where artificial intelligence is penetrating most industries and robots are replacing human-driven jobs, creativity is one of the most sought-after skills. It’s more crucial than ever that humankind employs more creative thinking skills to leverage its dominance over machines. And yes, I know it sounds like a cliche, but the only way to stay competitive is by following business processes with some creativity in mind. Based on this article, it has been revealed that creativity is the most sought-after soft skill by companies when considering potential hires. Just following processes blindly is often not a solution to… Continue Reading

6 Ways Bredogenerator Improves Your Communication Skills

The Pew Research Center reported that 90% of US adults believe that communication skills are the most important for children to get ahead in the world today. Meanwhile, 57.9% of employers believe that communication is the most sought- after soft skill among job hunters. Even without these statistics, communication skill is evidently vital in business and life. Yet, many people and even some business leaders struggle with communication. Why People Struggle With Communication? Proficient communicators think fast, analyze details quickly, and are able to think of many things at the same time. They are able to combine creativity with their… Continue Reading

Techniques For Self-Taught Computer Programmers

I built my first site nearly 20 years ago and even then I was able to source quite a lot of information online. Even though most of my learning was a combination of reading IDE manuals (QBasic), downloading manuals and guides on a floppy disk from Internet cafes, and reprinting original books in multiple copies since these were extremely rare to find. Some engineers here have been coding for 40 years and faced a far more conservative ecosystem while still being able to produce code decades later. Studying programming now is a no-brainer. Between YouTube and Udemy tutorials, Coursera and FreeCodeCamp training programs, tons… Continue Reading