Worry is an evil activity. I catch myself worrying about some of the most unnecessary things. I will worry if I will make it to my appointment on time. I’ll worry that I won’t have enough money at the checkout. I’ll worry about what someone will say.
Worry is a . . . → Read More: My facts about worry
Last week I offered “10 tips for office success”. One of those tips is about always being prepared. It’s important enough to add some more detail.
Being prepared is that one thing that can differentiate you from the crowd. The norm is that people show up to meetings expecting to have someone . . . → Read More: More on being prepared
Now we are almost a month in to the new year. I can tell because the gym is starting to be less crowded. Those New Year’s resolutions to work out have met reality.
It’s never too late or too early to resolve to make a change. There is nothing magical . . . → Read More: Start and Stop
When I started my professional career, I thought I knew it all. After all, I just spent my entire life in school and had a college degree that made me ready for business. Right? Over the last 20+ years, I have come to realize that business experience has helped me more than any of . . . → Read More: 10 Tips for office success
I love new things. It doesn’t have to be new from the store. I’m excited if it’s just new to me.
What I like about new things is thinking about what I’ll do with it. When you get something new, it can be an opportunity to exercise your creativity. Let . . . → Read More: Starting with something new