I have a story to tell.
Yesterday I was on a flight from Rhode Island to Richmond (home). Part of my flight included a layover in Philadelphia. I have never had any real issues on this route, which I have been on several times this year.
My plan included getting to . . . → Read More: Success path
We are receiving feedback every day. Maybe not always directly but we receive feedback in how people talk to us, talk about us, avoid us, include us, promote us, demote us, and interact with us. We need feedback, because can’t see ourselves like others see us.
Sometimes we are brave enough . . . → Read More: “Thanks for the advice”: Receiving feedback
Once you get clear about what you are going to do, start planning. Another step to get past your fear is to start planning. Much of fear is what you don’t know. Start researching and explore. Think of it like a project assigned in school. I remember some of my favorite projects in school . . . → Read More: Another key to happiness = plan
I posted an earlier blog about what a manager needs to do to get the most out of sending team members to training. Training programs are very expensive, especially when the skills and knowledge delivered at the program are not used afterward by the participant. Going to really good training program is only entertainment unless you apply . . . → Read More: Training can be such a waste of time and money. Post #2: So what do participants do?
Three weeks ago I started a series of posts about an organization and planning system I have been using and improving for the past 15 years. The first post outlined creating a list of the actions you want to accomplish. The second post described how to organize and prioritize the list of activities. The . . . → Read More: Making the most of every day: Part IV Recording your history