It’s What You Do — Not What You Talk About — That Reflects Your Priorities

So much to do…but so little time!  Yet isn’t it amazing that we can always find the time to do something we want to do at that moment – yet we can’t seem to make a dent in our endless “to do” (or what I like to call “should’s”) lists? I used to think that it … Continue reading It’s What You Do — Not What You Talk About — That Reflects Your Priorities

Working Wisdom: Ideas to Keep You Motivated

Be not afraid of growing slowly, be afraid only of standing still.  - Chinese proverb  Profound growth requires transformational changes that take time.  Although we all have experienced the sudden “a ha!” moment in which the solutions to our problems miraculously appeared, we often forget the conscious and unconscious wrestling, weighing and assessing that preceded these moments … Continue reading Working Wisdom: Ideas to Keep You Motivated

Working Hard, Working Smart and Not Working

We’ve all heard about the importance of working hard and how it manifests into a strong work ethic.  We’ve also been advised to use technology to help us work smart by prioritizing and multitasking our activities.  This focus on work is what creates success.  But we’ve never been told to stop working. In the American workplace, … Continue reading Working Hard, Working Smart and Not Working