Toxic productivity ties our value to what we produce. We can’t continue this way. And we have to start somewhere.
Work (and life) repeats itself. The newest feature in Cascadin makes sure you don’t have to reinvent the wheel every time you have repeated work.
Chances are if we’ve spoken in the last few months for any length of time, I’ve probably mentioned the book Four Thousand Weeks by Oliver Burkeman. A former colleague of mine responded to a question I asked on LinkedIn months ago and recommended it. I’m so grateful she did. The book informed and reinforced so much of […]
You give everything but at what cost? Disorganization, mission creep, & burnout are all reasons why nonprofits need anti-hustle productivity. Our latest in the Anti-Hustle Productivity for Nonprofits series.
You give your heart and soul to your organization, which is admirable but can also be toxic. That’s why we’re starting a new series for nonprofits to explore anti-hustle productivity.
We know the things that will help us. We tell others helpful things too. Yet, practicing what we preach isn’t easy. Just ask Lizzo’s dancer.
There’s a lot coming at you. Here are tips to keep you in control in a noisy world while using the anti-hustle productivity tool, Cascadin.
Plans don’t always go the way you want them to. Give yourself space to know that is okay. Something helpful is there when you need it.
Cascadin is a proud partner to the 50th season of Montana Shakespeare in the Parks as we highlight the importance of being human.
It turns out that camping plans and Cascadin go hand in hand.
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