We All Lose If We Don’t Learn To Play The Long Game

We All Lose If We Don’t Learn To Play The Long Game

Playing the long game. I keep hearing the saying and now I find myself using it. It’s catchy. The saying is not new. It means throwing the football down the field, AKA the passing game or driving the golf ball toward the green. It is the title of a 2005 episode of Dr....
Want Things to Be Better? Just Listen.

Want Things to Be Better? Just Listen.

Most of us would agree that nothing is more important to us than the quality of our lives. What we may not remember are the following two points: 1. The quality of our lives depends largely on the quality of our relationships. When relationships with spouses,...
Five Ways to Stop Distraction and BE in the Now

Five Ways to Stop Distraction and BE in the Now

There are so many things to distract us in our world; both external and internal input and chatter. I think that is why we are hearing more about mindfulness and being in the present moment. Because being able to be truly present in what we are experiencing is the...
6 Things You Need to Know About Working with Millennials

6 Things You Need to Know About Working with Millennials

I am not one of them, and sometimes I don’t understand them. But millennials have some wonderful positive traits that I respect and yes, admire. And that makes them great to work with, fun to manage and successful. Plus, they are the current and future of the...
5 Keys to Staying Motivated

5 Keys to Staying Motivated

Sometimes it’s easy to start something new, to make big plans, to talk up all the goals you have for your life—exercising more, eating healthier, finding a better job, being a nicer person, spending more time relaxing, etc. The hard part is in seeing them through-in...

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