We've all heard the expression so no need to repeat it. Everyone makes excuses from our President Elect to the unemployed drug addict. It's human nature. Some excuses are valid and reasonable. Someone misses work because a loved one passes away. We have compassion to understand that they would choose family over work. So should … Continue reading Excuses Are Like …..
If you are like me, you are likely planning some goals for 2017. They may include personal goals like eating healthy or professional ones, such as growing in a skill set or obtaining a new role within your company, or meeting some marketing/financial goals (always a good one). Whatever your goals may be, the biggest … Continue reading Bombing At New Years’ Resolutions Every Year?
If you have ever had to raise a toddler than you are likely familiar with tantrums. For those of you who haven't ever had a child may have been in a grocery store where suddenly a calm cute cherub suddenly turns into the demon child from Hell. There is actually several physiological reasons for tantrums that … Continue reading Leadership Lessons From A Toddler – Sometimes People Are Just Irrational
Like most Americans, I have a healthy to-do list both at work and home. Aside from helping me keep sane and organized, it helps me feel accomplished. Perhaps like me, you have also gotten a little too involved with the list that it is color coded, alphabetized, and designated by day. Just me then? If … Continue reading Making a list and Checking it twice