The hardest part about assembling this blog was coming up with the perfect pop culture reference point to base it around, and after much deliberation and back and forth (“a sports team is too obvious!” “Not everyone has seen Ocean’s 11” “Get off YouTube cat videos, you have a deadline!”) the perfect archetype finally revealed itself—assembling your team that will help you achieve your goals is like building a boyband—essential to success, because every member of your team plays an essential role in the overall harmony of the group. (Get it? Harmony?!)Read More
Guys, accountability is important.
Consider this; you’re Batman. You’ve decided to devote your time and considerable fortune to fighting crime. You even go so far as to convince Police Commissioner Gordon in the crime-ridden city you live in to invest his time and resources into getting a massive searchlight in the shape of a bat that he can activate anytime he needs you to come and fight crime.Read More
No, Commitments & Takeaways isn’t the title of Drake’s next album (note: this blog was published August 3rd, 2018, if at any point in the future Drake *does* release an album named Commitments & Takeaways, you know where he got the idea…) they’re the cornerstone of YOU by Flerish, and we’re here to break them down, and explain why they’re important.Read More
One of our favorite ways to describe YOU (other than “America’s Favorite, Dependable App”) is that it’s the “Personal Trainer For Your Career.” It sounds snappy, but what does it actually mean?!
Let’s explore, shall we?Read More
Let’s get to the point, we’re promising you a lot with YOU—achieve your goals (yay!) move forward professionally (yay!) connect with people you trust to help you in your career (yay!)…all we ask is that you do something a little different every day, and take action daily (…yay?).Read More
Congratulations! Someone thinks your perspective is important and they want to make it YOU official. That means that unlike my Aunt Martha on a certain social media site that shall not be named, your opinions and advice are not only solicited, but wanted! (side note: there are MANY ways to make an omelet, Aunt Martha.)Read More