How to Develop Self-Discipline in 7 Steps

Note: This post is written by Rick Riddle Finding the time to do the things we really want to do is easy; finding the time to do...

Becoming Smarter and More Productive

Becoming a smarter person is obviously a good way to get more done. However, we live with a bit of a myth that what we are born with is what we are stuck...

My Essential Productivity Tools – 2016 Edition

It has been a while since I wrote about my productivity tools. The last time I wrote about them was in 2010. Things have changed...

How to Address Employees with Inappropriate Clothing

Inappropriate dressing is one of those workplace concerns that is often ignored or forgotten until it becomes a problem. Revealing clothing can be an all-day distraction while a sloppy or untidy employee can...

Productive New Year’s Resolutions

The trouble with most New Year’s Resolutions is that they aren’t focused on something quantifiable and specific. Vague resolutions are very easy to break because it is never clear if you are actually...

5 Things Holding You Back

Note: This post is written by Dave Getman If you feel like you’re running in place, consider taking a moment to pause and reflect on your life....

People Cannot be Perfect

“Each person is an idiom… an apparent violation of the syntax of the species.”— Gordon Allport, American Psychologist, in Becoming “People Are Like Apples” Some of the best advice I’ve ever received relates to...

Specialization vs. Broad Skills

Traditionally, specialization has been the path toward making more money. A brain surgeon can make more money than a physician who is in general practice. An engineer that specializes in building long-span bridges...

17 Success Principles from Jack Canfield

Note: This post is written by Matt Karamazov If we did all the things that we were capable of, we would literally astound ourselves. – Thomas Edison You...

Party Etiquette for the Vegetarian Guest

May 3, 2016 by Nagesh Belludi Leave a Comment When RSVPing to a party, mention your dietary restrictions and allergies: “Thanks for the invitation. I must tell you that I am...

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