8 Secrets To a Greater Bottom Line

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.

5 Ways To Make Guilt-Free Choices

Women have wanted choices from the beginning of time. They have fought hard to receive the gifts of choice – freedom. So, what is getting in the way? Women still have the belief that they have to be all things to all people. They are suffering from society’s expectation of needing to successfully do it all – on your own. It doesn’t have to be that way. Women can make choices. However, making choices doesn’t translate into choosing everything. So, how do women make choices and not feel guilty, deprived, ashamed, judged or neglected? Here are 5 ways you can make guilt-free choices:

Spring Fever: Balancing Work with Play

Are you sitting in your office just itching to ditch the paperwork and get outside? Fight the urge and you'll find yourself becoming less productive as you spend more and more time daydreaming about what it would feel like to be outside. Here's how to get some sun without interfering with your busy work schedule.

5 Steps to Quality Compensation

It can be difficult for many of us to ask for a raise or to negotiate a fair wage for the work that we do. Here are 5 ways you can make sure that you are receiving a competitive salary.

Your Moral Compass: Guide to Personal and Professional Success

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.

How to Deal With Rejection

Rejection makes us afraid. Afraid to invite someone out. Afraid to ask for the promotion. Afraid to start a difficult conversation. Afraid to start our business. We assume that our interest, ideas or intentions will be dismissed. What’s not set in stone is how you react to rejection. Your reaction to a negative response is the single most important thing you control. This is where your power lies. Finding ways to positively react to and handle daunting rejection is where you have influence over your life, situation and future. 


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