Is your personal gas tank running on empty? Here’s a key tool that can help you stay focused and energized.
Did you know that giving thanks has both internal and external benefits? Here are some reasons why and a process to get you started.
As a business owner, it’s important to be able to take the good with the bad, to acknowledge and expect that both types of events will happen. Here are some useful strategies to keep yourself on an even keel during extreme times.
Real leaders can touch our hearts and aren’t afraid to address tough issues head on. This Tip by Kathryn D. Cramer shows the impact of such a trait.
This Tip looks at why we tend to skip that critical first step to resetting our priorities for the remainder of the year – acknowledging our success.
Ever have one of those days when nothing seems to go right? You take one step forward and two steps back? Even during those times when everything feels out of control, you can choose to be in control of one thing – your attitude. Read this week’s Tip by Chris Widener with thoughts about choosing your attitude.
It dawned on me recently that I’m no longer having conversations with my clients about perfectionism. This week’s Tip focuses on the current ideals my clients are talking about that lead to business success.
What you can do to take care of the people in your organization? How can you show your appreciation for a job well done and keep people moving forward with the mission and vision of the company? This week’s tip by Jon Gordon provides just such a recipe.
The good news is you can learn to be a top achiever! In this week’s Tip, Chris Widener shares 6 traits you can build and develop to become successful. He also notes you don’t have to be born with these attributes. How many do you already possess?
I burst out laughing when I read this article from Simon Tyler as the power had just come back to my home office after being out for 24 hours thanks to Hurricane/Tropical Storm Irene. I woke up on Monday morning thinking and planning about how I was going to get my work done with no electricity. On the way home after an hour at the library, I noticed the traffic lights were working again. I crossed my fingers – hoping, hoping, hoping that the power would be on when I got home and IT WAS! There was nothing I could do to bring the electricity back any faster. I had to allow things to work out in that department. And they did! Thank you NStar and anyone else who had a hand in bringing back my electricity!