The Internet is a vast electronic world with millions of people online at any one time. Yet it is all too easy for a person to be online for 10 hours or more a day, even deal with hundreds of emails, and still feel completely alone. This sense of isolation is bad for your outlook, and […]Continue reading >>>
If you’ve worked from home for more than a few days, you may have discovered it can be a little (OK, a LOT) distracting. These distractions can have a negative impact on your business’s bottom line. One problem that home workers face is that the rules are simply different when you are working at home. Often our motivations are […]Continue reading >>>
We all deal with information overload. The sources of information, much of it necessary to our jobs, seem endless. Magazines, journals, memos, email, web sites and more, combined with endless meetings, provide us with more data than any person can handle. To cope, we must possess skills that allow us to process huge amounts of data […]Continue reading >>>
We live in a hectic time.
Ours is an instant gratification society. We want it now. Yet, as we reflect on the best things in our lives, we often find the truly important things (like relationships, love and peace) took time to develop.
The ‘always on’ nature of the tools we use in business can all too easily trap us into believing that we can function as machines too.
But we’re not machines, we’re human beings.Continue reading >>>
Does this sound familiar? You have a great idea – one that you think will really succeed and help you achieve your goals. You tell your spouse or friend about your great idea. You make some notes about your great idea. You even check out what it will take to do the idea. But then life gets […]Continue reading >>>