February Micro Articles

Break Through The Digital Dilemma And Take Your Business To The Next Level 

In the digital age, companies are growing faster than ever before, and the companies that are succeeding all have one thing in common: a growth mindset. 

Companies that aren’t looking to grow get stale quickly, and this becomes more apparent with each technological advancement. In order for your business to succeed, you will need to develop a growth mindset within your company. There are a few things you can do to adapt and create a mindset that will catapult you to the top of your industry. 

The first thing is to continue promoting a learning and mentoring ideology within your business. There’s always room for growth; you just need to encourage it. You should also encourage innovation by establishing areas where external and internal sources can communicate. Also, stay informed and ahead of your industry by paying attention to new technology. Lastly, don’t be afraid of feedback. It can help your company grow and help you to discover any shortcomings. 


Facebook is in the process of unveiling hardware and other technology to support its metaverse, even calling this new network “Meta.” The social media platform has seen a recent decrease in users who cite mistrust as a key factor in their departure. A Facebook whistleblower, Frances Haugen, has stated that the virtual reality world could give Facebook another opportunity to steal even more personal information from its users. 

Haugen said users will be required to set up many sensors throughout their home, which will encourage them to detract from reality and enter the virtual world. The idea of adding sensors into users’ homes is a privacy nightmare. It gets even worse if you consider the fact that employers who use Meta may require their employees to have the sensors in their homes so they can participate in meetings. Trust in Facebook is already low, and Meta will have to ensure their system is safe if they hope for success. 


Everywhere you look, it seems like more businesses are putting out “Help Wanted” signs. Limeade, an organization that specializes in employee well-being, recently released the results of a study that focused on why people were leaving their jobs. Burnout was the top reason most employees quit. Through surveys and conversations with your team, you can discover if burnout is an issue in your business. Introducing mental health days and finding ways to equally distribute workloads can help prevent burnout. 

People who recently left their jobs also stated that they wanted a more flexible or caring culture. Employees need time for themselves and will become unhappy if they feel work is taking away from that time.