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  • Published On: June 18, 2024

    The last week of the year – the one that spans from Christmas day until New Year’s – has quietly built a real reputation in our culture. Nobody announces it out loud, but many of us feel the same way: for those of us who aren’t already taking it off entirely, it often has the sense of being “lost.” Normal standing commitments fall by the wayside, half our emails get out-of-office auto-replies, and sometimes it’s even tough to remember what day of the week it is. But if you’re still putting in the hours, what lessons can we take away from this “lost” last week that can help us work more effectively every other week of the year?

  • Published On: May 9, 2024

    The last week of the year – the one that spans from Christmas day until New Year’s – has quietly built a real reputation in our culture. Nobody announces it out loud, but many of us feel the same way: for those of us who aren’t already taking it off entirely, it often has the sense of being “lost.” Normal standing commitments fall by the wayside, half our emails get out-of-office auto-replies, and sometimes it’s even tough to remember what day of the week it is. But if you’re still putting in the hours, what lessons can we take away from this “lost” last week that can help us work more effectively every other week of the year?

  • Published On: April 15, 2024

    The last week of the year – the one that spans from Christmas day until New Year’s – has quietly built a real reputation in our culture. Nobody announces it out loud, but many of us feel the same way: for those of us who aren’t already taking it off entirely, it often has the sense of being “lost.” Normal standing commitments fall by the wayside, half our emails get out-of-office auto-replies, and sometimes it’s even tough to remember what day of the week it is. But if you’re still putting in the hours, what lessons can we take away from this “lost” last week that can help us work more effectively every other week of the year?

  • Published On: April 1, 2024

    The last week of the year – the one that spans from Christmas day until New Year’s – has quietly built a real reputation in our culture. Nobody announces it out loud, but many of us feel the same way: for those of us who aren’t already taking it off entirely, it often has the sense of being “lost.” Normal standing commitments fall by the wayside, half our emails get out-of-office auto-replies, and sometimes it’s even tough to remember what day of the week it is. But if you’re still putting in the hours, what lessons can we take away from this “lost” last week that can help us work more effectively every other week of the year?

  • Published On: March 12, 2024

    The last week of the year – the one that spans from Christmas day until New Year’s – has quietly built a real reputation in our culture. Nobody announces it out loud, but many of us feel the same way: for those of us who aren’t already taking it off entirely, it often has the sense of being “lost.” Normal standing commitments fall by the wayside, half our emails get out-of-office auto-replies, and sometimes it’s even tough to remember what day of the week it is. But if you’re still putting in the hours, what lessons can we take away from this “lost” last week that can help us work more effectively every other week of the year?

  • Published On: February 28, 2024

    The last week of the year – the one that spans from Christmas day until New Year’s – has quietly built a real reputation in our culture. Nobody announces it out loud, but many of us feel the same way: for those of us who aren’t already taking it off entirely, it often has the sense of being “lost.” Normal standing commitments fall by the wayside, half our emails get out-of-office auto-replies, and sometimes it’s even tough to remember what day of the week it is. But if you’re still putting in the hours, what lessons can we take away from this “lost” last week that can help us work more effectively every other week of the year?

  • Published On: February 15, 2024

    The last week of the year – the one that spans from Christmas day until New Year’s – has quietly built a real reputation in our culture. Nobody announces it out loud, but many of us feel the same way: for those of us who aren’t already taking it off entirely, it often has the sense of being “lost.” Normal standing commitments fall by the wayside, half our emails get out-of-office auto-replies, and sometimes it’s even tough to remember what day of the week it is. But if you’re still putting in the hours, what lessons can we take away from this “lost” last week that can help us work more effectively every other week of the year?

  • Published On: February 12, 2024

    The last week of the year – the one that spans from Christmas day until New Year’s – has quietly built a real reputation in our culture. Nobody announces it out loud, but many of us feel the same way: for those of us who aren’t already taking it off entirely, it often has the sense of being “lost.” Normal standing commitments fall by the wayside, half our emails get out-of-office auto-replies, and sometimes it’s even tough to remember what day of the week it is. But if you’re still putting in the hours, what lessons can we take away from this “lost” last week that can help us work more effectively every other week of the year?

  • Published On: January 31, 2024

    The last week of the year – the one that spans from Christmas day until New Year’s – has quietly built a real reputation in our culture. Nobody announces it out loud, but many of us feel the same way: for those of us who aren’t already taking it off entirely, it often has the sense of being “lost.” Normal standing commitments fall by the wayside, half our emails get out-of-office auto-replies, and sometimes it’s even tough to remember what day of the week it is. But if you’re still putting in the hours, what lessons can we take away from this “lost” last week that can help us work more effectively every other week of the year?

  • Published On: January 23, 2024

    The last week of the year – the one that spans from Christmas day until New Year’s – has quietly built a real reputation in our culture. Nobody announces it out loud, but many of us feel the same way: for those of us who aren’t already taking it off entirely, it often has the sense of being “lost.” Normal standing commitments fall by the wayside, half our emails get out-of-office auto-replies, and sometimes it’s even tough to remember what day of the week it is. But if you’re still putting in the hours, what lessons can we take away from this “lost” last week that can help us work more effectively every other week of the year?

  • Published On: January 15, 2024

    Educators everywhere are using the FISH! Philosophy to better connect students with their classrooms and their communities, so it’s no small wonder that these skilled and empathetic professionals have a lot to teach us about applying the FISH! mindset day in and day out. The best part is that these lessons are universally applicable – you don’t need to be an educator or even work with children to apply them every day and make your workplace a more functional, more pleasant place to spend such a significant portion of your life. So just what can teachers teach us about the FISH! Philosophy?

  • Published On: January 3, 2024

    The world is a chaotic place, and far too often our attention is split into a million directions at once. For many of us, simply maintaining focus is a task all unto itself, and is a skill we want to consciously practice and develop in order to perform to the best of our abilities in the workplace. So how can the FISH! Philosophy help us build and maintain focus in the workplace? It may not seem like the 4 Pillars of FISH! directly relate to this very internal skill, but the truth is each and every one has a place in helping us focus at work.