#GuildChat for 6/21/19: Persevering in Challenging Times at Work

Our next #GuildChat takes place Friday, June 21st at 11am PT / 2pm ET. Our topic for this week’s chat is on Persevering in Challenging Times at Work.

Let’s face it, work isn’t always sunshine, roses, and unicorns. It can be a grind; tech fails, poor communication, shifting deadlines, etc. It’s in these times we turn inward or outward to help us push through. Maybe it’s a colleague, a favorite quote (Hang in there, baby!  Keep on Truckin’!), music, a book, etc that you turn to in order to muscle through.


Join us this week as we share our ways to rise above, press on and get closer to the light at the end of the tunnel!


Prospective questions!

Q1 What’s the moment where work becomes frustrating or a grind? What’s the tipping point for you? #GuildChat
Q2 Do you have a sixth sense? Can you anticipate challenging situations before they arise? If so, what do you look for? #GuildChat
Q3 They say misery loves company but group gripe is good for no one. How do you prevent your venting or that of others from becoming toxic? #GuildChat
Q4 What’s your personal strategy, regardless of the challenge, for pressing forward and getting it done? #GuildChat
Q5 Sometimes we need to step out. What things do you do to help you get away from thinking about work? #GuildChat
Q6 Keeping inspired can help when things get hard. What are some sources for inspiration that fuel you? #GuildChat
Q7 How do the people in your life play a part in helping you through tough work situations? #GuildChat
Q8 We all learn through our experiences. What have you learned most about yourself in challenging times? #GuildChat
Q9 In moments of work adversity we sometimes look to others for inspiration on how to get through it? Who would you want to be like in tough times and why? #GuildChat


Missed this GuildChat? Don’t worry – you can still read through what happened on our Wakelet transcript of the chat!


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