Can You Learn Resilience? Here’s How To Be Resilient in Life!

2020-03-24T18:31:29+00:00By |Leadership/Management|

With the onset of daily news reports being enough to make you want to run away and hide in the nearest hole in the ground. Is it any wonder that mental health issues are growing daily in our homes, school, and communities? Fear of losing our health, our homes and our loved ones when reading media representations of situations such as the recent coronavirus outbreak, rising fear within the [...]

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A Few Tips When Working from Home

2020-05-17T15:08:09+00:00By |Leadership/Management|

Companies across the country are urging their employees to work from home. The New York Times calls this, “the World’s Largest Work-from-Home Experiment.” If you are about to or now working from home, this post is for you! Actually, Being a solopreneur, I do love working from home and have been doing it for almost 20 years. I admit in the beginning it was challenging. I came from a robust [...]

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Why Change In the Workplace is Good! A Guide For Companies

2020-03-24T18:30:31+00:00By |Leadership/Management|

It’s natural to think change in the workplace is a bad thing. Change can be daunting, change can be scary, it removes us from our comfort zone. You know... that familiar zone we all want to live in forever! But change is good in the workplace. So in this article, we are going to investigate and explain why any change in your organization has positive outcomes. We’re also going [...]

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Change is Good – Leaders Go First!

2019-12-13T15:36:17+00:00By |Leadership/Management|

Recently I watched the Academy Award nominated movie “The Theory of Everything.” I love it and I became fascinated by the way Stephen Hawking thinks.  I began to dig a little deeper and found this quote: “Intelligence is the ability to adapt to change.” ~ —Stephen Hawking Wow! … what a gutsy statement.  It implies inversely, that those who are not willing to change are not intelligent.  I know that is not true., but  think [...]

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