The daily news is filled with external stressors: slipping financial markets, war, terrorism, increased gas and food prices to name a just a few. Added to normal life pressures, these external stressors can increase the emotional tension you feel at work and at home.
The phenomenal display of talent displayed at the U.S. Open in Torrey Pines provided oversized entertainment and oversized lessons about life. Rocco Mediate and Tiger Woods battled for 91 holes and left us with these tutorials that are seared into my memory: Number 1
The pain of being held hostage by the fossil fuel industry (which at some point in the future will be depleted!), has me thinking about how I can take advantage of renewable natural resources. The thought of ultimate depletion brings a frantic and helpless
All of our technology gadgets give us great boosts to our productivity. Or do they? Well, yes and no. When your goal is to be accessible and reachable at a moment’s notice, then yes…your cell, laptop, Blackberry, and any other wireless technology tool you
After the confetti settles, I have to admit, I love January. For me, the New Year dawns with crispness in the air and hope burning brightly in my heart. I can smell the chance to do better and to reach once more for that
In my post on October 5, we talked about no e-mail Fridays at Intel. The Intel blog has not yet reported on their success level, but research shows other companies have tried the policy including U.S. Cellular and Deloitte & Touche. The policy in
Like professional artists and athletes, taking action and moving your life forward to greater success is self-determination and involves mastery of the basics before fancy moves can be successful. For an athlete, the basics are hitting, shooting, throwing, kicking … whatever the sport requires,