You may be familiar with The Eisenhower Box. (Though it’s often referred to as Stephen Covey’s Time Management Matrix because many years later he popularized it in his book 7 Habits of Highly Effective People. No mention of Eisenhower in that book. Looks like two smart guys came up with the same smart idea. Nothing […]Read the Post→
“You have to at least try it. One bite.”
Ever hear that as a kid when a pile of creamed corn was staring at you from the dinner plate? You protested that you didn’t want to eat it because “I hate creamed corn and it will make me vomit!”
“But,” your mom countered,Read the Post→
Common wisdom would indicate that having goals is vital to achievement. But that’s not the whole story. In this instance as is so often the case, little shifts add up to big changes.
Like the little shift marking the difference between setting goals and making commitments.Read the Post→
By now many New Year’s Resolutions have gone by the wayside. Which may be OK. Because if the resolve is history already maybe you didn’t really want it as much as you just thought you were supposed to want it.Read the Post→
You probably know these ideas, but knowing them doesn’t necessarily mean we remember to do them, right? Perception is reality. If you want to attract business, collaborate effectively, be comfortable walking into a room of strangers, and get along with people in general, the little behaviors matter quite a bit. Appearing poised and professional instead of anxious and amateurish is as easy as putting these five tips into action.Read the Post→