Taking a break is a very important part of your success. You need to disconnect from the office, your customers, your staff, your day-to-day pressures. You need to relax, refresh and recharge […]
Have you ever had a relationship that you thought was going well, but somehow over time it just ended without you understanding why? When it ends abruptly, did it catch you […]
Many say that time is money. And that money is time. And money is also described as a lot of other things. But money “ain’t ever” described as cancer. Someone […]
Leaders can significantly improve their skills by having outside hobbies, passions and pursuits. It helps them channel their energies, frustrations and passions into something else other than organizational effectiveness. It […]
Winning and success comes from being a Leadership Loser! Have you ever not started an important project or activity because you were afraid of failing? Maybe you have experience numerous “failures” […]
4,297 American hero’s dead. This number is grim, but it doesn’t tell the stories of sacrifice these soldiers made. It doesn’t describe how they unselfishly led through example–how these servants lived, and how they died.
Managing “things” in the work environment can be difficult. At work, “things” (like money, resources, assets, products, copy machines, etc.) can get scarce, can break, and can cause frustration. But […]
The premise of Rachel’s Challenge is simple: That by being kind to others, you can create a chain reaction of kindness and compassion.
Our personal strengths are expressed through the activities that we look forward to doing. They are the activities that leave us feeling fulfilled and empowered. They tend to energize us […]
Are you really looking for Mr. Right? I doubt it. I bet that you are actually looking for Mr. Kind. Or Mr. Helpful. Or Mr. Unselfish. Or Mr. Pleasant. Or […]
Reuters published an article earlier this year about how many people stay “connected” while on vacation. The survey was done in June by Monster.ca (Canada) and the results showed that […]
I find New Year’s resolutions very challenging. I like to think that I am always trying to improve, always striving for excellence, always trying to recover if I’ve fallen. And […]
It used to be easy to actually separate work and life from each other. After you finished work you would start your personal time. Now, I really don’t know how […]