With the group of guys I meet each week, we recently summarized and discussed some of Stephen Covey’s 7 Habits of Highly Effective People. I was first introduced to this book soon after graduating from college. Since then it has been a reference manual that I have gone back to time-and-time again.
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Money can only buy so much happiness. Beyond that, happiness is your choice and you are the only one who can take responsibility for your happiness.
This responsibility is described by Stephen Covey as your ability to choose your response. Simply said, it is your responsibility to be happy and to take . . . → Read More: Key to happiness = action
The previous post was about planning now to make your goals for 2012. Most people make New Year Resolutions but very few ever see them through. This post continues with the steps I take to plan my goals.
4. Create action plans. I review each goal and find the actions . . . → Read More: Happy New Year! Having a plan for success: 2012
Ray Kniphuisen is my very first guest blogger. Ray an executive coach, trainer, and (like the “dog whisperer”) an organization whisperer. Ray is a partner at Excelerated Leadership. I agreed to publish Ray’s post because I think it is in line with what readers of this blog have come to expect. If you are interested . . . → Read More: Reinvention – Re-Invent Yourself
Conversations with people are not always pleasant. In fact, sometimes conversations are down right unpleasant and awkward. Unfortunately sometimes these conversations are also necessary for your own good, the other person’s own good, or the good of both of you.
Earlier this week I delivered a program about initiating awkward . . . → Read More: “I need to talk with you. . . ” Having a difficult conversation