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Workflow explores the everyday lives of every career imaginable.Whatever your job or position may be, your story has a unique way to be told and shared.

  • The Writer Chick
    Published a day ago
    How I do Automatic Writing

    How I do Automatic Writing

    I’m a writer, always have been and always will be. It’s what I do, it’s how I make a living. The spiritual part of me is also who I am and what I do, but words are my thing.
  • Anah Juste
    Published 2 days ago
    1. Metal Gripper

    1. Metal Gripper

    The little white arrow seemingly vibrated before the hollow depths that were my eyes. The tiniest patterns began to swirl and spiral around it, creating a strange cloudy mist against the illuminating, gradient blue background. This was a sign. 
  • Valerie Kittell
    Published 8 days ago
    At Work The In-Crowd Ostracized Me

    At Work The In-Crowd Ostracized Me

    I was just starting one of my first real jobs. I interviewed well, I was highly qualified, albeit lacking experience, and I had high hopes that I would be the one selected to fill the position. And I was.
  • Yvette Grissett
    Published 9 days ago
    Oh Nurse

    Oh Nurse

    When giving your all has nothing to do with you. A health Care worker position can be the most rewarding experience you will ever have accomplish. Every little girl grows up wanting to be a nurse . While working in a hospital might appeal to a young mind, how she invisions herself putting on a white uniform and arriving at her job to do a great service. While all that seem to offer some profound respect to her consciousness and the rewarding pay check that she earns seems to be able to give her a sense of satisfaction but as she grows she soon learns that it never told her the truth about what it would take to be a nurse. As she found herself drifting to every call to every sense of urgency she feels the need to want to make the sick well again. Hours and days have passed she seem to be forgetting her very world the one that being a nurse actually is creating her fancy hot tub her nice bed that she sleeps in she hasn't seen the like of Home for days. Reflection of her self soon disappears and only Nurse is present. It is not an easy job to give of yourself ,to take time away from yourself to help make someone else life worth living. Life as you may know it becomes hazy and becomes dull as the duties of the role that she play takes over in her mind and body.
  • Joseph Tall
    Published 12 days ago
    7 Sales Follow Up Strategies that Actually Work

    7 Sales Follow Up Strategies that Actually Work

    Generally, In organizations, a salesman is liable for getting across to the lead and afterwards planning a proper opportunity to call, if the requestor hasn't just picked a specific time. The salesman at that point contacts the lead on the accorded date and time.
  • Anhar ali
    Published 13 days ago
    My journey as a contortionist

    My journey as a contortionist

    I went through exciting times in my childhood, times where I would push myself to extreme measures and encounter activities beyond the ordinary. Bending and twisting my body in unusual positions in a way of relieving stress but also resisting pain. By doing these extreme activities may look painful to the spectators but I don’t feel any pain at all, I feel very relaxed whenever I do any contortion moves. This made me question myself as to whether I was built different, do I have hyper flexibility, do I have a spine or bones and is this a unique superpower. I always loved the creative aspect of my body as well as wanting to explore more in what my body could handle, exceeding the limitations of my body. From fitting into tiny spaces, to compressing my body in unusual shapes. But also, entertaining the spectators. By performing, this created unexpected and overwhelming reactions towards an audience. I got a lot of reactions and praises from street performing and dance classes which I felt really proud of. I began my journey as a contortionist at a young age in Russia as a I knew that I had a hidden talent and natural flexibility. I felt I could unleash this talent and transform myself into a stronger, limber person which would benefit me both physically and mentally. Through years of intensive training, I realised that in order to achieve anything extreme as a contortionist, it requires lifetime workouts and continuously fighting against pain. It was slightly painful at the start when I practiced doing the splits. 1 week later I managed to do both front and middle splits as well as extreme over splits. I also needed to be aware of the balance in my body. Balancing out both back bending and front bending to avoid any injuries. So I also stretched my body in front bending workouts which gave a great impact on my flexibility. This goes to show that Pain is not going to stop me from accomplishing my goals, so I ignored the pain and stretched the limits my body could encounter. I started travelling through many countries including the US, UAE, Qatar, Poland, Canada and the UK where I originated and many other countries. I took on many levels of training and performances which required intense training. From gymnastics and acrobatics, to Aerial arts and circus performance. Travelling in many countries was a joy as I began to experience different cultures and meeting new people. This was an incredible experience for me as I danced in the air and doing tricks upside down. I was most excited about aerial hoop and aerial silks dancing because of the way I can spin high in the sky while doing crazy flips and tricks. For me, the aerial silks was challenging because of the way I spun and dropped from a high distance and speed was nerve racking, but it was amusing to experience. I loved this whole experience and I intend to carry on performing aerial arts by expanding on my abilities. This made me think that life is better upside down. What I have learnt so far in this journey is that it’s never too late to accomplish your dreams, as long to commit to your goals and take small steps at a time. In addition, it’s mainly based on the amount of effort you put into a certain task so you need to keep pushing yourself to achieve what you want. It does not matter how slowly you go as long as you do not stop. Now, I am still continuing to stretch and strengthen my body and becoming an extreme contortionist. I find that bending and twisting my body helps me keep motivated and stronger in life, by using stress and pain as a motif to fight against it.
  • Te'Yana Lassiter
    Published 13 days ago
    Will Everything go back to normal or Will it all change.

    Will Everything go back to normal or Will it all change.

    There are many things that I can talk about in this post, but we are just going to start small with jobs and money. Maybe later post will discuss more.
  • Robert Webb
    Published 15 days ago
    Writing, Resistance and Your Deeper Calling

    Writing, Resistance and Your Deeper Calling

    The most important thing about art is to work. Nothing else matters except sitting down every day and trying.” - Steven Pressfield, The War of Art
  • Ashley
    Published 16 days ago
    Nocturne of Nightmares

    Nocturne of Nightmares

    It is finally happening! I am currently working on a book for all of you, a thriving story to satisfy your fantasy and fiction cravings. I have wanted for many years to write my book. I always had the excuses, I'm not a good storyteller, I'm too busy, I will never get noticed.
  • Lindsay Rae Brown
    Published 22 days ago
    Startup Culture Wasn’t As Glamorous As I Thought It Would Be

    Startup Culture Wasn’t As Glamorous As I Thought It Would Be

    When we imagined opening our small business, it was all glamour and excitement. In our mind’s eye, we saw a chic little sandwich shop that would be the talk of the town. The hipsters would line up around the block to get a taste of our fare, and we’d have a cash drawer overflowing with the efforts of our hard work.
  • Lindsay Rae Brown
    Published 22 days ago
    Let Your Words Rise: Why Patience is King in Writing

    Let Your Words Rise: Why Patience is King in Writing

    Three years ago, my husband and I were in the process of opening a bakery. I had no idea how to bake. Friends of mine had gone as far as to say that I was the worst cook they had ever known.
  • sataware tech
    Published 26 days ago
    Top 10 Free Online Plagiarism Checkers Tools in 2019

    Top 10 Free Online Plagiarism Checkers Tools in 2019

    A plagiarism checker tool gives exact results within seconds of running the test, serving the checker to create the authenticity of work. Here a list of a free plagiarism checker that will help to save your content plagiarism at bay.