We know, we know — you expect the sarcastic, slightly scoff-y response from us to the question in the headline. But I was immediately shot down by my positivity-focused colleagues when I initially offered my response: anxiety, sleeplessness, germophobia, fear of people.
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Hold one moment please: Our team and client are currently performing an obnoxious happy dance around our respective home offices.
OK, we’re back. Thanks for waiting.
Why are we celebrating? We just completed a 90-second video, in two languages, for a brand new client we’ve never met in person, on a sensitive subject, during a pandemic with full lockdown.
So, yeah, we’re feeling the need to dance like no one is watching. (Because, let’s be honest, no one is watching.)
Update: We've all been working from home for a few weeks now (well, TBH, we've been doing it for the past 11 years), so join us April 8 at 3 p.m. for an NCET webinar called "Next-Level WFH Tips: Creativity & Collaboration." Stay tuned for the link. In the meantime, below, read more insights about working from home provided by our team of remote employees.
As we begin year 2 of justthepositive.com, the Estipona Group asks you for one thing: to continue seeking out and shining a spotlight on all that is positive in our spectacular community of Northern Nevada.
Last February, we at the Estipona Group made a big request: We asked you to embark with us on a journey to embrace the positive in ways our community hasn’t done before.
There’s nothing more inspiring than when your boss murders clichés and you put them on nature backgrounds. Seriously. Nothing. Don't believe us? Take a look.
This is why he's a graphic designer and not a copywriter. ;)
The Estipona Group had the opportunity to work with a local inventor to create the Vigilant Controls brand, which is designed to control the flow of liquid around the world.
Think for a moment about all of the tools we have at our disposal that serve to replace the need for interpersonal, face-to-face conversation. Ironically, some have names like Siri and Alexa that sound like they might be close personal friends. Others are more subtle, like the fact that you can answer your door through your Ring without the need for physical proximity or order groceries with a single swipe of an app.
NCET Biz Bite Luncheon: How to Train Your Brain for Success with Mikalee Byerman
But guess what? Research shows that only 25% of job success is based on IQ. An overwhelming 75 percent of job success is predicted by your sense of optimism, social support and your ability to see stress as a challenge instead of a threat.
Celebrating 10 Years of Virtualness (Virtuality? Virtualhood? Virtualosity? Nevermind — You Get It.)
Today we celebrate 10 years of being a high-performing virtual agency, one that allows us to free our creativity, work collaboratively — and pass the savings along to our awesome clients.
Ten years ago today, something spectacular happened to the Estipona Group.