Many people spend more time at work than they do at home, with their family or with their friends. While it seems like an utter travesty, the facts remain unchanged, so it’s important that you have a good relationship with your work environment, whether... Continue Reading
If you don’t have trust in any relationship, there’s nowhere you can go that won’t wind up being tainted by distrust and underhanded dealings. So what are my six tips for making sure you have trust in the workplace? Here you go!
7 pointers that can help you gain respect in a new job.
The best way to find and play to your strengths, to analyze the way you perform in certain business situations, is to give yourself a job interview.
Is it so bad to feel envious or jealous of someone or others’ opportunities? No. Actually, jealously can be a helpful emotion. It serves as a clue that you need to pay closer attention. It forces you to listen carefully what is behind the green-eyed... Continue Reading
At times co-worker relationships can be damaging. And, as much as I hate to say it, we’re the ones who let it happen. The good news is, however, that there is a way out!
Whether we're dealing with a personal or professional relationship, it remains the same... sometimes relationships just go bad. But it’s important not to cling to the past. Don’t let it stick to you and weigh you down when making decisions. Here are six... Continue Reading
You’ve heard the phrase “sky is the limit” but what happens when you run out of sky? Who does the leader look to for inspiration?
Keeping your morale up each day can be really difficult. Trust me, I understand. But there are 6 practices that I’ve learned to do over the years that have helped me keep my energy and morale pretty high most days.
Life changes as we grow older. Our priorities change as our life takes unexpected (or even expected) twists and turns. Some changes are momentous and some are small. But if we can’t learn to adjust our goals with the changes that happen in our lives, we... Continue Reading