If there are no peaks of stress in your life then it may be a sign that you aren’t achieving all that you are capable of because you’ve become too entrenched in your comfort zone. You aren’t out their grabbing opportunities that come your way. Putting yourself out there, taking a risk, pushing the limits is stressful, but it’s a good positive stress. There are 3 main stressors that a wise woman welcomes into her life. They make her take notice, learn and experience because she understands their value to her.
You know the saying, “Use it or lose it!” Well, today I’m talking about your influence. You’ve got to constantly be exercising your influence in all walks of life or it will atrophy, just like any other muscle.
5 ways to approach an anxiety-producing scenario with courage instead of fear.
Many Baby Boomers start to think of themselves as irrelevant or powerless as a new generation of powerful men and women march into boardrooms and executive suites around the country. But I’m here to tell you that you have just as much, if not more power than the younger generation have and I’m here to put a stop to all of your excuses.
Some people think a bottom line is only about the money. Remember the Jerry Maguire phrase, “Show me the money?” Well, the bottom line is more than just the money. Total health, satisfying relationships, raving customers, and general happiness are just a few of the “other” bottom lines that are significant in our lives.
People buy into success as being long hours, tedious tasks and always putting out fires. Those tasks are part of success but not the main force. Visualizing what smarter means aids in making it happen. Here are a few tips on working smarter, hence easier!
The Stanford Encyclopedia defines morality as a code of conduct put forward by society, or another group such as a religion. But how does your moral compass mesh with what you face in today’s world? Such as; a decline in loyalty at work, breaches of trust, diminished professionalism, and selfishness. Finding your answers to these questions can bring you closer to a sense of who you are, what you value and the connection to your behavior. It is possible to know and do the right thing in your work, your relationships and in your family.