If you had a notch in your belt for every time you made a big change or transition in your life, how many would you have? Would your belt be long enough for all the notches? The longer we live, the more changes we make. With the “crazy” economy, at least that’s what it’s frequently called, many people... Read More ➝
How’s the year going for your company? And for you personally? Are you having a great year, producing great results, generating lots of business, being profitable? If yes, congratulations. At some level, you understand how life and business works, so keep it up.
If no, then the opposite is true. At some basic level, you do not understand how... Read More ➝
Do you think networking is just for people who are in career transition?
Are you not networking because you think you don’t have time or you’re too busy “getting your work done”?
Many people who are fortunate enough to have a “job” put off networking because of these myths. And for many, networking is scary – it takes them way... Read More ➝
Here’s an interesting article that was sent to me about the many reasons people are so unhappy at work:
What? You mean I need to be vulnerable? If you want to be a great leader, you do. Some people in a position of leadership feel that they need to have it all together, or at least appear to. They feel that if they show any weakness, incompetency, or “crack” in the foundation they may lose their credibility... Read More ➝
Last Sunday I had the great opportunity to host a fund raising event for The Hunger Project. I actually decided to host this event to fulfill an assignment for my Landmark Education Self Expression and Leadership class. We were to “lead” a community project. I’ve known about The Hunger Project for a few years and was so impressed... Read More ➝
Whether or not you’re a hockey fan, which I am, and whether or not you’re a fan of the Los Angeles Kings, which I am not, it was surely exciting to see the members of the Kings raise the Stanley Cup last night for the first time in over 40 years in LA. To make matters even more... Read More ➝
As a leader, do you find yourself in reaction much of the time? Have you become very good at putting out fires, so good that there is hardly any time to plan your day, your week, your year? Often times managers and executives find themselves operating from this mode, simply responding to what comes up in front of... Read More ➝
Charged with leading a team and not quite sure what to do? You’re not alone. Let’s see what we can do to simplify this mystery.
Two weeks ago, I suggested that you set the goal of peace. I further said that setting the goal of peace provides two dramatic benefits:
1. You experience peace now; and
2. You experience peace and peaceful events and circumstances in the future.
Here are a couple of other benefits at work: improved employee morale and the ability to develop an... Read More ➝