It’s easy to find yourself slouching, but try sitting up straighter and see how this change in posture makes you feel recharged.
Recently, I came across a “Wall Street Journal” article quoting someone from Morningstar, the mutual fund rating service, saying retiring is dangerous now because no one knows what is going to happen in the future. I am pretty sure this has always been the case. No one knows for sure what’s going to happen in the future. So, is retiring now dangerous for you? You really need to look at the question from two aspects.
To remind people of the need to play nice and be a good neighbor and supportive co-worker, why not create a giant-sized customized list of the “Top-10 Things That Don’t Require Any Talent Or Special Skills.” Most of you have probably seen this list pop up on your social media feeds – and whether you write it on a flip chart, create giant posters, or write it on your lunch room whiteboard – share the list or display it in a prominent place as a constant reminder to everyone.
There are times in everyone’s lives when they feel like things aren’t going as well at work as they would like. Maybe it was that promotion they didn’t get, the committee they weren’t included on or the restructuring that shook up all the departments. Whatever it is, there is always something that can be done to shore up a shaken confidence and gain a new perspective. Try these three things:
You probably noticed that when President Trump recently declared a trade war against China, it triggered sharp downturns in the stock market. But what exactly is a trade war and what really is a trade deficit? A trade deficit is a monthly calculation made by government economists. The value of products manufactured in China that are purchased in the U.S. are subtracted from the value of products manufactured in the U.S. that are purchased by Chinese consumers.
This article is extremely timely for me, as I’m heading out for a week-long vacation next week, right as work has started to get very intense. If you’re like me, you really like to have all your “i”s dotted and your “t”s crossed before you leave the office for anything, never mind an extended absence, so leaving in the middle of it all can stress us out, but not if we keep some simple concepts in mind.
The warmer weather has arrived – what an awesome opportunity for families to actively recreate together and form stronger bonds. In today’s fast paced, social media-saturated world it is becoming harder and harder for families to shut down and simply find time to be together enjoying one another’s company and ensuring family wellness. For many of us it’s time to make some personal decisions on putting down our phones, shutting off our televisions and gaming devices and committing to getting outside and celebrating summer and family and wellness together.
Summer has finally made an appearance, so here are a few fun-at-work ideas that lend themselves nicely to the quieter pace (for most of you at least) of summer in your workplace:
No one wants to fire a client. In business we all know it is hard work attracting and retaining clients –so the last thing most of us want to do is lose a client we already have in our client pool. But then again, there are nightmare clients who actually do more harm to your business than good and its these types of clients every businessman and business woman should avoid at all costs – including firing them if need be.