Gosh time flies doesn’t it? Fall is already upon us and I’m dreading the thought of winter. It tends not to be very kind to us in the upper Midwest. We are in that season when you might have a rainy 50 degree day or it might get to 70. Funny how those days in the 70’s are usually during the workweek isn’t it? [Read more…] about Find Your Balance In Life
“What do you want to be when you grow up?”
Super lame question.
It should be, “Where do you want to be at each stage in life?”
Maybe if a question like that would have been posed to me, it wouldn’t have taken me so long to realize I needed to find a job for each stage in life and not the status I was pursuing.
Don’t go through each mistake I made… [Read more…] about Don’t Make a Mistake and Stay: Leave a Job to Match Your Stage in Life
I really don’t like to sleep in. Not even on the weekends. I just have a natural clock that will wake me up and it tell me that it’s time to get moving. This is not always ideal especially on those occasions (rare now) that lead to a late night. [Read more…] about Increasing Efficiency- Front Loading the Day
I have great news for you peeps today! Success is not only for the gifted and elite, it is achievable for everyone!
Since May is graduation month, did you know the average college GPA for millionaires is 2.9? Sure, the sample size is only 700 people but you get the idea. [Read more…] about Success Is Not Only For The Gifted And Elite
This is a very interesting situation. It is not yours. It is someone you work closely with.
A couple months ago, you wouldn’t have entertained any other thoughts but, “NO – this person needs to retire, ASAP. They can afford it. And should go.”
But recent events are making you see things a little differently.
Let’s back up a bit and set the scene how you came to this conclusion of, “Yes, 60 Is The Right Age To Take A Promotion.”
The Art of Workplace Interaction
Workplace interaction is one of the most important skills a person can acquire. We have all worked with those difficult people who have personalities that are just brutal to deal with. Admittedly, this does take an incredible amount of fortitude and practice. Fortunately, early in my career I worked closely with someone who was highly respected not only because of his job knowledge, but even more so because of his uncanny ability to interact with individuals of all types. He taught me 4 key tricks which have served me well through the years.