Too often we say, “I don’t like change!” Poor “change” has developed a bad rap for itself. The act of change can either improve us or destroy us; the choice, though, is in our hands. The solution to dealing with change is to learn to respond positively, even to embrace change!… Read More»
In a world where many businesses have been around for decades and yet their employees still can’t function together, how is it possible for six Airmen to rebuild this high performing organization each and every year? By achieving success The Thunderbird Way…. Read More»
Do you find your work role purposeful? Do find meaning and purpose in it? Or is it something you do because it enables you to pay the bills? If you’re a leader, these questions are not only important for you to answer, but also important for you to understand how the individuals within your team would answer…. Read More»
Our world is getting smaller as technology evolves. We aren’t limited by geographic borders making connecting with someone on the other side of the globe, possible. As we connect with more people, our business networks are getting more diverse. Are our workplaces following suit?… Read More»
Today is Earth Day, the largest secular observance in the world, celebrated by more than a billion people every year. It is a day of action dedicated to changing human behavior and provoking policy changes to positively affect the environment.
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Thanks to our friends at Wrike we have this infographic with 16 easy motivation tips to improve your productivity and get more done…. Read More»
Understanding motivation is often a complex subject. Everyone at some point will say they can’t understand why they were able to do something one day without much effort and then struggle a few days later. Much of our difficulty is based on our concept of motivation. A popular visualization of motivation is: Whatever prompts the desire to perform a particular behavior…. Read More»
Like many other languages, English words and their meaning overlap. However, this overlap is only partial. There is typically a degree of distinction between synonyms. This is the case in inspiration versus influence…. Read More»
“A human mind is a wandering mind, and a wandering mind is an unhappy mind,” explain psychologists Matthew Killingsworth and Daniel Gilbert in the journal Science. And according to the psychologists’ research, our minds wander often. In their study, participants’ reported mind wandering 47 percent of the time.
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“You have to embrace how much things are changing. You have to learn to kill your baby,” says this disruptive hero. “That’s very hard because you’re emotionally attached to this thing that you’ve built. Yet it’s now something that’s being disintermediated. You may have built your livelihood on it. You may have defined yourself through […] Read more… Read More»