New Narrative: A Monster in the House
This article first appeared in the 03/22 issue of "absatzwirtschaft".
As the new year unfolds, are you full of energy for big changes up ahead, for you and your company? Or does even pondering this question fatigue you? In a survey, 70% of Germans said their goal is to have less stress in their lives and spend more time with their family and friends. Work, competition, career, financial success ... narratives around these aspects of life appear not to be ascendant as we move forward in the year 2022.
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