Do you want to achieve your goals? Do you want to have the best year ever? Here are seven small tips which if you do them regularly and consistently, will help you achieve your goals and change your life.
Have you had a loss in your life? How do you overcome it and move forward? You may want to think about creating a joy list, which is a simple yet effective way to recapture your happiness after loss.
Would you like to live the life of your dreams? Do you feel like you’re not living up to your full potential? Do you see other people around you succeeding and you would like to be those people?
many people get up dreading work and the joy has just been sucked out of the job. The question is, how do you find the passion again? How do you relight the fire? Here are some tips to help relight the fire at work.
The following story is real. It’s not a network TV movie of the week. It’s not a Nicolas Sparks novel. It’s not a song. It is real and crushing and can hold some very critical lessons if you are willing to read it.
I conduct leadership programs around the country and lately have had many discussions with people about what their leader’s lack, and what they lack as a leader and would like to work on themselves.
The fire of violence is consuming us, and it seems to be a raging fire. The flames are being fanned every day on TV, in the news, on social media, on talk radio, at the dinner tables, and in the offices down the street.
When I ask people one on one why they aren’t setting goals, they have the same answers all over the country: “I don’t have time.” “I am busy.” “I don’t know how.”
In organizations, there seems to be a remarkable gap between the leader’s perception of the effectiveness of their communication and the team’s. Here are seven elements think about in terms of closing the leadership communication gap.