As I have done for the last several years, instead of coming up with a soon-to-be-abandoned New Years Resolution, I choose three words to guide thoughts and activities for the year. This method was inspired by Chris Brogan and it’s been so useful and effective I’ve kept it up. Consider giving it a try if you, like most of us, never seem to see resolutions through to real change.Read the Post→
What are you tolerating?
A toleration refers to something that’s bugging you but doesn’t have dramatic consequences if you don’t handle it.
Recently my computer mouse stopped scrolling up. It would work for one scroll but then I’d have to use the arrow keys or the bar on the side to scroll up any further. I tried cleaning the dust out of the mouse but it didn’t help so I just dealt with it for a couple of weeks.Read the Post→
It’s despicable and horrendous that Facebook allowed Cambridge Analytica to exploit user information for such nefarious purposes. If you don’t know what I’m referring to you can read about it here. The only upside to the whole disaster is that finally, after many years of waffling, the decision to delete my account was easy.
The freedom is close to intoxicating.Read the Post→
Each new year I choose three words to guide the thoughts and actions for the year. This process has been significantly more useful than making a New Year’s Resolution. Of course, anything is more useful than a New Year’s Resolution since most are abandoned before Valentine’s DayRead the Post→
I’m a coach and have hired many coaches to help me, so I’m qualified to share with you some red flags. If I found any of these six situations to be true I’d keep looking.Read the Post→