Last week, I finished The 10-Day MBA, written by Steven Silbiger, and I would recommend it for anyone working in a community job in the for-profit world. Adrian Speyer recommended it last year on a webinar hosted by Vanilla Forums saying the book helps cms understand the jargon and businesses to become more successful in aContinue reading “Book Recommendation: The 10-Day MBA”
Before working remotely, I never considered optimal cycles of working. My commute, meetings, and community events dictated how my day went. Community management requires a lot of context switching, which only adds to the complexity of my day.
Pre-pandemic, I would willingly give my time away to any co-worker who asked for it. My desk was at the end of a row, right by the entrance, and all day long, community members would walk over, stop, and talk to me. Sometimes for minutes, sometimes for over an hour. Our conversations were often community-focused, so it counted as work. Right?