Watch three videos that show how process improvement can positively impact businesses and personal lives.
As usual, Seth Godin did not pull any punches in his latest blog post (Unrequested advice, insufficient data, unexplored objectives). I felt thoughtful after reading the brief but powerful message. My assumption is usually that people come to me with… Read More ›
Explore the delicate balance between self-acceptance and self-improvement.
Dr. Peterson talks about suffering, existentialism, overcoming trials to achieve goals, lifting people out of poverty, the conscience, and refusing to operate in the great lie.
Lisa Nichols transformed her life and has made a career out of helping others do the same.
Excellent tips on how to quickly recover from embarassing events.
Words of wisdom from Mark Twain.
Today’s work environment requires emotional labor.
I have been anticipating lay-offs in my department for several months now. I work for Chicago Public Schools, so our financial difficulties are widely publicized. The latest round of administrative lay-offs were scheduled for Friday, January 22, 2016. One good… Read More ›
As I recover from chemotherapy, I have been thinking about strength, resiliency and this idea of a “new normal”. Last night, I came across an online copy of the children’s book The Velveteen Rabbit by Margery Williams. Here’s a wonderful… Read More ›
Too often we underestimate the power of a touch, a smile, a kind word, a listening ear, an honest accomplishment, or the smallest act of caring, all of which have the potential to turn a life around.
By @fitqueenirene When you spend the time to build a solid foundation possibilities become endless. Impossibility is often a sign of impatience. Photo Credit: From top to bottom – @Salila_Thuy, @nayitavp and @FitqueenIrene