Intuition and Business?

Do any of these sound familiar? your phone rings and your stomach immediately tightens up you walk into a meeting and you have a pervasive feeling that something is 'off' you pass your boss, who doesn't smile, and think you are in trouble or, worse, about to get fired If you answered 'yes' then your …

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Activating Your Muscle Memory

The other day, I was out for my usual night of line dancing and was talking to a friend, I'll call Joe, who brought a friend, who said they did not know how to dance but wanted to learn. I queried Joe as to why he had not taught his friend how and was quite …

The Brain: Task Avoidance and Achievement and Goals

This week's focus is on the brain and its impact on how we think behave and act, and the longer-ranging effects on our work. The topics will hope to explain reasons for everyday challenges and then how to move through them. Today's post will center around the phenomenon of 'pressure and release', and how it …

Showing Love to Your Coworkers Can Make a Difference

Difficult coworkers can make the workday an unpleasant place to be; in fact, it can be one of the top reasons why someone leaves their job, particularly if it is the boss. What makes someone difficult depends on the make-up of such a person and how they approach their work. I don't think people plan …

When Management Feels Their Role is Overlooked

I recently spoke with someone who made a very telling statement: "Management has the hardest role within an organization." It was an interesting observation. It's usually said that the high-level, C-suites have the toughest job, as they are steering the ship. In retrospect, those in managerial levels are tasked with ensuring the engine is running, …