I recently picked up "Start With Why" by Simon Sinek because I wanted to understand my position better in business. What I got out of it was more than I expected.
Even in our fast-paced world, some things take longer to change. One hundred and fifteen years after the Suffragettes fought for the right to vote, many women still aren’t treated equally in all areas of society. The workplace is one area where these disadvantages are apparent. Certain fields like tech, finance and politics are still dominated by men. However, you can help to change this. Here’s how!
There’s nothing wrong with being busy. But once you start feeling stress, anxiety, or depression because of your daily grind, it’s time to make some lifestyle changes to improve your overall wellness.
We've heard the expression "work hard, play hard" but do we know what it means? For me, it's a reminder to play as hard as we work for balance, but Forbes tells us in a new study exactly how hard we play after we work!
Are you tired of the same old, same old at work? Ready for a change but don't know where to start? This year, instead of spending your time cleaning out the closets and scrubbing the baseboards, put that energy into rejuvenating your career. By getting started on a career change in the spring, you can be settled into your dream job before the holidays are here again and life gets too busy. Here are the steps to make it happen.
Tired of the whiners, complainers, gripers and groaners in your workplace? Negative employees are an all-too-common anchor around the neck of too many work teams.
At the beginning of the week try to think of one thing that you are excited about. This excitement can help you work through all the things that bring you dread.
Your coworkers benefit from the attitudes of those around them. Share a positive attitude with your coworkers. Having a more positive attitude can help you and others feel better about whatever is going on in life at the time.
Following on the heels of my appearance article, and in a number of my talks, I’m confronted by people who seem to think that, because I’m suggesting that you care about your appearance, I’m also suggesting that you need to be someone you are not. Nothing could be further from the truth.
I’ve got good news for you. 15 per cent of your success is based on your skill set. The bad news is no one sees your knowledge, skills and abilities when you walk through the door. What are you doing to maximize the 85 per cent of your success that is based on your presence?