Tag Archives: mindset

Let the Problem Solve You

Life can be an unending series of challenges—often referred to as “problems.” On the work front, our problems may center on how to reach a revenue goal, how to find the right talent, how to resolve conflict, or how to … Continue reading

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A Positive Perspective on the Rat Race

The Rat Race usually conjures up images of a draining work routine, devoid of purpose and rife with pressures to deliver or be ditched. No fun. And not good for our brain-body health either. Here’s a different take on the … Continue reading

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50,000 THOUGHTS A DAY?

Ever try to tame your thoughts? There are reports on the internet that we think some 50,000 thoughts a day, apparently according to the National Science Foundation, but I haven’t found the research to back that up. It did get … Continue reading

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Ask: How is This Tied to My Decision Making?

Stuff happens. And it’s easy to think that things are just random incidents. Maybe so. Maybe not. I was reading an article recently on the 7 Daily Habits of Great Leaders. One of the “habits” was to “Be Vulnerable”—specifically, own your … Continue reading

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