How World Cup Can Improve Work Engagement

Let me say this upfront: if you’re trying to get someone you love to watch any sports game with you, or at the very least, to leave you in peace

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Expectations: to Have or Not to Have

I’m sure you’ve heard the expression “The key to happiness is low expectations”. It’s common wisdom, but is it really true? It seems to ring true: when you don’t expect much, and

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The Real Power of Your Connections

The power of your connections is greater than you think. Your connections define you, more than anything else in your life.  By now, you are either shaking your head with a

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Worried While Waiting For News? Do These 5 Things.

Can you recall what it feels like to sit in a waiting room? A waiting room could be literal or metaphorical: … in a doctor’s waiting room, before an appointment

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10 Snow Day Survival Strategies for Working Parents

A snow storm is coming.  Your company has allowed you to work from home. Your babysitter has already called to say that she probably won’t be able to come in

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Procrastination: It’s a Great Strategy, Not a Weakness

If you’ve ever tried to stop procrastinating, and if procrastinating family members or colleagues drive you insane, this post will help you put procrastination in perspective. There are numerous articles

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Do you ever wish for unlimited, personal, unconditional support? I’ve created a unique program that may work for you if you are focused on achieving a specific life goal, are

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“Corporate Talent Show? Not Me. Well, Maybe.”

Why does the work of some of the most talented people in a corporation stays under the radar? Why do people who have seemingly less talent, education or experience than

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  Let me set the record straight: this is an article about your impact on the world. Are you a big enough player in the world? The answer is not

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Skeptic’s Guide to Expanding Your Comfort Zone

It was an awkward date.  Just a few days prior, a guy asked me to go out with him and spend a Saturday in the city. I wasn’t sure if

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