This is the time of year when those fledgling New Year’s resolutions are put to the test. The holiday momentum is starting to wear off, and the realities of day-to-day life are settling back in. One of the reasons resolutions often fail is that people tend to overreach. If your daily life has been sedentary for years, the chances that you’re really going to start getting up at 5am and running 10 miles before work are pretty slim. The key to success for most people is to start with a realistic goal that you can achieve, that fits into the life you already lead.
Today’s article is a guest post from legal blogger Matt Faustman.
While we still haven’t seen those flying cars that we were promised so many decades ago, the fact remains that many aspects of modern life continue to change in ways that seem downright futuristic. The same is true for the contemporary workplace, which looks much different from the same space even ten years ago. From telecommuting to ergonomics, the workplace of the future has new goals and new designs. Read on to learn more about how small business owners can keep pace with the developments of the workplace of the future.