There are 3 things that foster exponential individual and leadership growth: new life experiences, intellectual curiosity, and “what if” questions.
People can and do make changes in their lives every day. Here are some tips to practice when you REALLY are serious about change–
Scott didn’t tell me what the Client Relationship Manager does at Spiritus Communications; instead, he showed me. Just as his message breathed life into me that rainy day, we strive to breathe life into the spirit of every client we are fortunate enough to serve.
When trust is low and the stakes–and emotions–run high, the best leaders act like Captain Daniel Something-or-Other…
Call it procrastination or work-avoidance. We all have some form of it. I offer 5 TIPS as a former, world-class procrastinator on how to quit stalling and start getting things done NOW…
3 TIPS to taking a dream vacation. And in case this doesn’t jump out at you, the same tips apply to building happiness the other 50 weeks of the year.
Ever get so caught up in the big things that you lose sight of the little things that deepen your relationships and make you a better, happier person?
A helpful change reality: Once we come through a challenging time, the strength we’ve acquired will last much longer than the chill of the moment.
August is HAPPINESS MONTH, so my friends at HR C-Suite asked me to submit a couple of thoughts for their publication. Many people fail to understand that happiness, like misery, is a choice. There is no “happiness gene” or “happiness diet” or “happiness secret sauce.” Positive psychology research, though, has uncovered some tips that we can apply to tap into and create our own happiness.
Imagine what this world would look like if each day you took a few minutes to thank one person for how they’ve made a difference in your life. I don’t have scientific evidence that this would, indeed, change the world. But I can promise you that if you pick up this challenge it will change your world.