Spring is a great time for us as leaders to look at ourselves and see what we can do to improve ourselves. Chris Widener’s article will encourage you to do just that!
Adrenaline is robbing us of our health. If you run on adrenaline, please consider other ways to get energized. In this week’s Tip, Steve Straus provides healthy alternatives to adrenaline.
While it’s been a mild winter for us New Englanders, spring fever can still hit when the sun is strong and temperatures start to rise. Here in Massachusetts, the thermometers registered 70 on Monday. This week’s Tip by Don Wetmore, Time Management Guru, advises what to do when you are bitten by spring fever. Remember, his work is about being more productive!
I’ve just come back from a week of vacation where my time was very fluid. My husband and I agreed that we would spend the week as if we were retired. Fun! Lots of Self and Inspiring time that Simon Tyler speaks of below. I chose not to participate in Drain time. Now that I’m back at work, I’m going to put time on my calendar for Self and Inspiring so that I continue investing my time wisely.
This week’s Tip by Simon Tyler reminds us of the benefit of taking time for a simple meditation and the steps to do it. Deep breath in and out and count 1…
This week’s article by Sandy Davis captures the highlights of his system for resilience and self care, and provides GREAT rules to live by!
We rarely achieve anything alone. Don’t forget to take time to stop, recognize them and express your gratitude. It makes a difference.
The direction of our lives is determined by the choices we make every day. Here are eight choices you can make—choices that will create for you abundance and prosperity in all areas of your life.
When you were a child, what was your dream profession… and what does it mean?
To sing your own song, you must first know what that song is.