Company culture is so important, especially now that the workforce is rapidly changing to include an influx of millennials whom place much value on it during their job search. And millennials aside, times are changing and people expect more from their employers – and rightfully so. #companyculture
"...there is a lot of research on color theory and what the colors tend to mean. Typically, red is a warning color, yellow is a happy color, orange is a warning color (like for construction or work being done), green is a sign of nature, blue is a color of sadness, purple is a color of royalty, pink is feminine, black is dark and empty, and white is purity". - Sonia Thomas, www.brushstrokesarttherapy.com -
Changing your perspective takes a little mix of brain and will power to get you through the mental roadblocks that life places in your way. Your brains help you interpret the world around you, formulate feelings and perceptions. Your brains is powerful and you can use that power to re-wire yourself to change for the better.