Category Work-Life Balance
Appreciating the little things is often the gateway to appreciating the BIG things.
Start NOW, start small, with whatever we have from wherever we are. WHATEVER it takes.
It would be easiest to embrace the anonymity of a job that incentivizes it, but that’s not what William Cromartie chooses to do.
The things that matter most are worth making time to protect or renew.
Organizations have to match talk with action to get results.
The goal: Be able to perform a beginner yoga headstand by the end of 2017.
If somewhere deep down in your soul you want to start a business, but think you’re too old, or that it’s too risky, this is the video for you.
Employee engagement might just come down to the difference between who a person is, and who they are asked to be at work.
Introversion is not something that needs to be fixed. The words we use say a lot about how we perceive the world around us. I was in a training session on training with other trainers (let that settle in your mind for a bit), when one of the online participants said something to this effect: […]
This week’s reads are as diverse as the microbiomes we inhabit at work. Below are 5 reads I think are worth sharing, and worth your time on a variety of subjects. So start your workweek off with the knowledge that you are breathing in your coworker’s skin, then go to YouTube to try to meditate […]
For the last 10 days (as of yesterday) I’ve been writing at least 500 words a day. I “signed up” for a writing challenge over Spring Break, because that’s the kind of thing I do. The challenge, created by Jeff Goins, is to write at least 500 words a day for 31 days. Jeff sends […]
Why is time management so hard? Because there is only 24 hours in a day, because we have to do more with less, because time flies when you’re having fun, and million other clichés. This video offers 10 tips for managing time more effectively. It oddly navigates time management strategy by first stating that most […]
One of the highlights of the last week or so (in my private little nerd world) was “discovering” the Big Think YouTube channel. A few of us had talked about Big Think at work about a year ago, but for some reason, it hadn’t occurred to me that they might have a YouTube channel. Coming […]
Simply put, everyone should have the opportunity to bring their whole messy, chaotic, weirdly wonderful lives into the workplace.