INSIGHTS (on leadership/self-leadership) It’s too easy to have a busy week that blends into an overwhelming month, and then another, and before you know it, a year has gone by. … [Read more...]
Issue #57: On Boosting Self-Confidence, Handling Difficult Co-workers, and More
INSIGHTS (on leadership/self-leadership) You're better equipped to handle difficult co-workers by keeping one sentence in mind: We all fear something, love … [Read more...]
With Just 1 Sentence, You Can Get Along With That Difficult Co-Worker
A poor relationship with just one co-worker can drain the joy out of work. Change this for the better, and reinforce good relationships too, with this one sentence.
There are few workplace situations as draining as dealing with a difficult co-worker. And no, administering taser-therapy is not an option. I’m often asked for advice on just … [Read more...]
Facebook’s Most Asked Interview Question Gets at the Key to Being Happy at Work (and in Life)
Asking the right question can make you question everything
I don't have to show you the math of how much time we spend at work, thinking about work, or doing work. The amount is increasingly growing as work and life lines continue to … [Read more...]
Want to Raise Thoughtful, Well-Adjusted Children? Let Them Hear You Say These 11 Things, According to Parenting Experts
You know what not to say--are you as certain about the opposite?
I recently wrote about what parents should let their kids see them doing to role-model well-adjusted behavior and have been planning this follow-up piece. Why? Because … [Read more...]
Fall in Love With Your Job
Try these tips for a real office romance
Try these tips for a real office romance Office romance. Over the years, Nat (my content manager/staff writer) and I have worked in situations with co-workers who clandestinely … [Read more...]