“Not everything that is faced can be changed, but nothing can be changed until it is faced.“ James Baldwin Read more ›
I came upon this post this week, where I talk about a forbes article that quoted me with 2 of the “7 most universal soft skills.” I mentioned creativity and curiousity, of course. the other five were interesting. What really got my attention, though, was what people put in the comments. There are some very […] Read more ›
“When the power of love overcomes the love of power the world will know peace.“ Jimi Hendrix Read more ›
Here’s another article for my readers who are, or plan on being, entrepreneurs… Running a business is harder than most people think. There are numerous demands on business owners. Some business owners have trouble spending money on their business. However, spending money can actually lead to higher sales and profits in the future. Some investments […] Read more ›
According to Pallavi Singhal in Syndey Morning Herald, “It was the question that left some of the smartest maths students in the state stumped and was described as one of the hardest problems they ever encountered.” The problem was for 17 year old students, and I honestly would not have solved this in an exam … Continue reading “One Of The Hardest Problems Ever” – Exam In Australia Read more ›
“The future rewards those who press on. I don’t have time to feel sorry for myself. I don’t have time to complain. I’m going to press on.“ Barack Obama Read more ›
Whether you’re employed at your company’s headquarters and want to find out more about working in a branch office—or vice versa—relocating within your company can boost your career in a myriad of ways.
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Day care is a booming business. This article has some great tips on how to become a day care educator… While being supervised by daycare workers, children are able to learn numerous skills meant to help them develop faster after they’ve started to attend school. Have you ever considered working as a daycare educator? If […] Read more ›
I heard this statement recently. Yes, some people think you have to have a brand. The reality is, though, you already have a brand. It’s not like you have no brand, and you are a slouch. It could be worse, actually. You might have a brand with negative consequences… that you are lazy, undependable, a […] Read more ›
“Associate with men of good quality if you esteem your own reputation; for it is better to be alone than in bad company.“ George Washington Read more ›
Most people have a well-crafted resume in their drawer just in case one day they might need it again. As time passes, the recruiters are more and more selective, so, exceptional resumes are harder and harder to compose. For instance, today’s most recruiters are using an AST software for scanning potential candidates, and only if… Read More
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Employee absenteeism is a problem for every business and can cause heavy costs for employers. Getting 100% attendance from all of your employees is of course not possible. However, knowing how to deal with this problem and how to prevent employee absenteeism can reduce the impact of it on your business. Keep reading below to …
Back in 2010 Fast Company had an article titled “The Most Important Leadership Quality for CEOs? Creativity” Of course, I heard this during my workout yesterday, while listening to a Ted talk :p The soundbite that stuck out was that about 60% of CEOs cited creativity as the most important leadership quality. This stood out […] Read more ›
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The overall financial health of the global economy, as well as the resources we have available to make intelligent projections, will greatly impact business success in 2019. Let’s have a look at two of the major market trends to expect… Read more ›
“You are growing into consciousness, and my wish for you is that you feel no need to constrict yourself to make other people comfortable.“ Ta-Nehisi Coates, Between the World and Me Read more ›
I was listening to a Ted talk this morning and this soundbite caught my attention: The path to success is not perfect. I immediately thought about those Family Circus comics where a kid was supposed to go “straight home” and went all over the neighborhood, a few times, in anything but a straight line, before he […] Read more ›
Congratulations to 15 graduates from 8 countries at our Chief Happiness Officer Academy in San Diego
Graduates from 8countries ready to create happy workplaces Our latest Chief Happiness Officer Academy was a hit. Engaged participants from 8 countries (USA, Argentina, Mexico, Turkey, Philippines, Saudi Arabia, Belgium and Czech Republic) all contributed with high energy and tons of great ideas and questions over the 3-day training. And for the first time we … Continue reading Congratulations to 15 graduates from 8 countries at our Chief Happiness Officer Academy in San Diego →
“Time is neutral and does not change things. With courage and initiative, leaders change things.“ Jesse Jackson Read more ›