“You have a condition that usually only occurs in people over 60,” my doctor said as she typed in her lap top. “Have you been under a lot of stress lately?” Hmmm, does she mean balancing the needs of my family, and my growing business? Or does she mean the PTA meeting
This post is about the Seahawk’s versus Redskins playoff game and why it was amazing. The Seahawks faced off with the Redskins but in the very first quarter the Seahawks found themselves down 0 - 14, held scoreless in the first quarter with no apparent chance of winning. Seattle’s defense just
Enter [what’s been on my mind] A recent NY Times article asked, “Is marriage headed for an overhaul?” The author was responding to what experts are saying, that “there is a need to rethink an institution that so often fails.” Some even suggest that short-term marriage contracts may be the answer.
Enter [what’s been on my mind] Leadership is important, and among the ever-changing workplace, a new kind of leadership has emerged. The traditional model of hierarchical top-down leadership is effective, but this different type of leadership includes people from the bottom up. Empowering people to lead gives them more than just
Enter [what’s been on my mind] Forgiveness is not a natural human response. At times, it’s even easier to forgive people for being wrong rather than being right. In a competitive environment like a workplace, forgiveness can seem more like a sign of weakness rather than a helpful step towards resolution.
Enter [what’s been on my mind] Many of the things that I’m thankful for also tend to stress me out. Blink [see a new perspective] As an avid list maker, I recently made two lists. The first list: ten things that stress me out. The second list: ten things that I am thankful for. In comparing
I was reading this article "The 6 People You Need In Your Corner" by Jessica Hagy (@jessicahagy) a Forbes contributor. The six types are: 1) The Instigator; 2) The Cheerleader; 3) The Doubter; 4) The Taskmaster; 5) The Connector; 6) The Mentor. The one that I appreciate most is The
At Thinkspace on October 18th I met Edward Hechter, former Web.com executive who helped take a company public as the COO. One of his biggest challenges was going from a super low point of having only enough cash flow for six days but had a workforce of 300 employees --