Tag Archives: Well-being
Many times, potential A-list employees (you know, the ones you need) will often walk out of an interview not wondering whether or not they did well; rather, they’ll be thinking of a respectful way to decline your offer if and when it comes. Continue reading
In business as in life, there are ups and downs. Nobody is immune to this. The difference between successful outcomes and unreached potential (either personal or for your organization) can be measured using a lot of different variables. However, there is one that is the best indicator of potential success or abject failure.
Let’s call it The Laziness Influence. Continue reading
Aristotle once said, “Those who know, do. Those that understand, teach.”
I think we can all agree that Aristotle was a pretty smart guy. Numerous studies have shown that the human brain responds best to goals that are presented as directives. That is, they are more effective when some kind of action is included.
I’m hoping that Aristotle wouldn’t mind if I render his observation in a more direct manner. The philosophy thus becomes: Learn, Do, and Teach. Continue reading
So you’re busy. Join the club. It seems that everyone is busy all the time. Granted, there are times when it can get overwhelming. That’s the nature of business. That being said, you’re probably not as “busy” as you think you are. Continue reading
Honestly, I wonder how many times Thomas Edison thought of giving up when he was trying to invent the light bulb. The guy had tried and failed a couple thousand times. But he didn’t quit. He believed in himself and in his ability to achieve the desired result of his labor. Continue reading
It is vital that organizations go through a process of introspection, self-critiquing, and quality assessment. For many companies, this kind of analysis is conducted during a Strategic Planning session. The issue is that not every employee gets to attend those … Continue reading