Pre-Planning Your Mistakes? 13 Ways To Get Out Of Your Head…

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13 Ways To Get Out Of Your Head You miss 100 percent of the shots you don’t take. ~Wayne Gretzky Tweet I heard a TV host who was showing a young lady how to use a piece of equipment which she was actively trying to learn. She went into a what if scenario to which he retorted with the question…… Continue reading Pre-Planning Your Mistakes? 13 Ways To Get Out Of Your Head…

Caution: Success and Stress

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We often dream of success…however, we define it. But to place a twist on attaining success, one wonders whether the good life is always good. Are the very things that so many individuals strive for, such as a high-paying and powerful job, a beautiful house, a wardrobe of nice clothes in desirable sizes, and a fancy education for children to… Continue reading Caution: Success and Stress

What’s Missing For You To Feel Less Stressed Now?

Culture Change Ethics Leader, Chris Bauer asked the question “what would be helpful for you to feel less stressed right now? Not what’s been helpful but what’s missing for you? Professional jumped in: More crisis governing and less political posturing. Seeing disenfranchised people and knowing how much they are going through. As a parent to young adults it is very sad to see them being … Continue reading What’s Missing For You To Feel Less Stressed Now?

Life’s Simple Things…

The simple things can be really powerful. ~John Taffer Deprived. Deprived of sleep. Deprived of food, love, or the ability to satisfy life’s basic needs of shelter and more can create longings so deep, words can hardly describe. Suffering a lack of benefit that is considered important… that’s the meaning of deprived. I spent a week traveling by plane, train, bus, taxicabs, and on foot across our … Continue reading Life’s Simple Things…

Feeling Drained? 21 Ways To Recharge…

Feeling drained? Time for a Vacay? Getaway? Sounds good! It’s about time to step back, relax, reboot. Writers, Goal-seekers, new entrepreneurs, career upward mobilizers find it a drag to to take the time to Stop. But it’s in stopping that we are able to generate new ideas, boost our creativity to forge ahead on the horizon with boosted speed after. Imagine taking a long road trip. … Continue reading Feeling Drained? 21 Ways To Recharge…

Stop. Sharpen The Saw….

Stop. Sharpen the saw. Then move ahead. What does it mean too sharpen the saw? The concept arose from celebrated Author Steven Covey who wrote the best selling book Seven Habits of Highly Effective People. He shared this story to clarify his point: Suppose you were to come upon someone in the woods working feverishly to saw down a tree. “What are you doing?” you ask. … Continue reading Stop. Sharpen The Saw….

The 10 Key Tips To Beat Workplace Woes…

Some days are just a mess. It’s even worse during prolonged Quarter or month-end report preparations or during times of change. It’s at those times that anything we can do to lessen the stress is welcomed. I fell aghast when I bumped into Amy Jackson’s 10 tips to beat workplace woes repeated by writer Ariana Huffington. Read the full piece here. For those who gotta … Continue reading The 10 Key Tips To Beat Workplace Woes…

13 Things I Learned From Working With A Micro Manager…

 Give me guidance, not micro management Micromanagement. It’s negative. Besides the organizational impact of higher turnover, stress, lowered productivity, team members suffer dire consequences when being micro-managed. We dare say that many still practice it… but is it wise? Is there a basis for micromanagement? Micromanagement is a management style whereby a manager closely observes and/or controls the work of his/her subordinates or employees. Micromanagement is generally considered … Continue reading 13 Things I Learned From Working With A Micro Manager…

Self-Care. Get A Dog. 9 Reasons…

Everything I know I learned from dogs. ~ Nora Roberts  Man’s best friend. In response to my article 9 Things to Do to Break the Monotony  one writer suggested that I add “get a dog“.  Hmmm… quite thought-provoking. From what others have said, a dog provides many benefits. Being the crazy researcher, I decided to dig deep to find out the benefits of having a dog … Continue reading Self-Care. Get A Dog. 9 Reasons…